This report centers on partnership and trust with businesses as well as workers. To help get businesses on an ethical recruitment track, Issara’s report brings employers and recruitment agencies together to identify strengths and weaknesses of their current recruitment practices, receive worker voice feedback, and make improvements, so that jobseekers are more ethically recruited, screened, processed, transported and managed. Through this innovative collaborative approach, employers and recruitment agencies signal to global customers a commitment to effective labour management practices that can be a model for the ASEAN region and the world.

Worker Voice-Driven Ethical Recruitment: Streamlining and Professionalizing Employer-Pays Recruitment - Issara Institute, 2017 DOWNLOAD

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