RecruitmentAdvisor is a global recruitment and employment review platform offering you easy access to information about recruitment agencies and workers’ rights when you’re looking for a job abroad. The best advisors are other workers with experience.
- Check the rating of recruitment agencies based on worker reviews.
- Check your rights where you will work.
- Ask for assistance when your rights have been violated.
We wish you all a decent new job.
Recruitment Advisor is a global recruitment and employment review platform offering you easy access to information about recruitment agencies and workers’ rights when you’re looking for a job abroad. Recruitment Advisor is developed by a consortium of unions from different countries. Recruitment Advisor has coordination teams in different countries (currently in the Philippines, Indonesia, Nepal , Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Ethiopia, Hong Kong, Bahrain, Jordan). Together with several other organizations in each country, the team reaches out to the workers with the mission to raise awareness on the workers’ rights to be fairly recruited based on ILO General Principles and Operational Guidelines for Fair Recruitment and to encourage workers to share and learn about fair recruitment through Recruitment Advisor.
Here are the organizations that have been working together to make and manage RecruitmentAdvisor:
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) is the global voice of the world’s working people.
The ITUC’s primary mission is the promotion and defence of workers’ rights and interests, through international cooperation between trade unions, global campaigning and advocacy within the major global institutions.
SENTRO or Sentro ng mga Nagkakaisa at Progresibong Manggagawa was formally established when it held its founding congress August of 2013. Representing at least 80,000 members in the private, public and informal sectors, including migrant workers, women and the youth, SENTRO is committed to take social movement unionism (SMU) to new heights by intensifying the organizing of industry and sectoral unions in the country.
Federation of Free Workers (FFW)
The Federation of Free Workers (FFW) was founded on 19 June 1950 by a group of young, idealistic, sincere and dedicated labor leaders led by Juan C. Tan, who were inspired by the Christian teachings of Rev. Fr. Walter G. Hogan, S.J. (†), thus becoming the first labor federation which appeals to and draws its inspirations from the social doctrines and principles of Christianity.
Public Services Labor Independent Confederation (PSLINK)
Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC)
Konfederasi Serikat Pekerja Indonesia (KSPI)
KSPI establishment and existence can not be separated from the dynamics occurring within the SPSI post 1998. Since the issuance of Kepmenaker no 5 1998 on the registration of trade unions, many unions are established in Indonesia. This raises concerns among SPSI's board members. On the other hand, SPSI officials began to question their organizational form; which is in the shape of the Federation but the highest sovereignty in the hands of members, i.e. the people.
Konfederasi Serikat Buruh Sejahtera Indonesia (KSBSI)
The Confederation of Indonesia Prosperity Trade Union (KSBSI) is a national trade union centre in Indonesia. It was founded in 1992 and claims a membership of 2.1 million.
General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT)
Central Organization of Trade Unions COTU (K)
The Central Organization of Trade Unions, COTU (K) is the National Trade Union Center in Kenya. COTU (K) was founded in 1965 upon dissolution of the Kenya Federation of Labor and the African Workers’ Congress (KFL – AWC). COTU (K) is registered and operates within the provisions of the Labour Relations Act, 2007 of the Laws of Kenya.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU)
Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA)
Conceived in 1990 in a meeting of migrant workers’ advocates in Hong Kong, MFA was formally organized in 1994 in a forum held in Taiwan entitled, “Living and Working Together with Migrants in Asia”.
MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia who are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers.
Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU)
With the support and coordination effort of Asian Migrants Centre (AMC), Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU), Alliance of Progressive Labor (APL), domestic workers unions started the discussion in 2009 to further unite together by forming a union federation.
SRI LANKA NIDAHAS SEVAKA SANGAMAYA (SLNSS)
TRADES UNION CONGRESS (GHANA)
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) was launched in 1945, twelve years before Ghana gained political independence. The mission of the TUC is “To unite all workers of Ghana into an independent and democratic organisation for improved working and living conditions through collective action, solidarity and social partnership based on the principle of fairness and justice.”
Nigeria Labour Congress
International Labor Organization
The only tripartite U.N. agency, since 1919 the ILO brings together governments, employers and workers of 187 member States , to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes promoting decent work for all women and men.
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is the agency for international cooperation of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). The SDC is responsible for the overall coordination with other federal authorities of development and cooperation with Eastern Europe as well as for humanitarian aid delivered by the Swiss Confederation.