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ILO on the second phase of fair recruitment process


Geneva: 1st July 2021 (TDI) Migrant workers continue to face high economic and social costs when they move into another country.

The recruitment process is fair when it is carried out in line with the law and the International Labour Standards. International Labour Organization has been working to improve labor migration and to prevent forced labor since 2014. This was done to protect workers from abuse and exploitation while actively responding to labor market needs. However, the second phase of the fair Recruitment Initiative has reformed recruitment laws around the world to improve workers’ lives. The initiative involves four pillars, sharing global knowledge on national and international recruitment processes, improving laws, policies and enforcement to promote fair recruitment, promoting fair business practices, and empowering workers. The aim is to ensure that every worker gets equal pay, and there are no harsh working conditions.

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