Bushenyi LCV Chairperson Mr. Basajjabalaba Jaffar has heaped praise on Ruparelia Group’s Premier Recruitment Ltd for its continued transparency in the Labour export business in the country.
While speaking to Bushenyi youths during a sensitization human resource training workshop held at Tuuza Motel on Friday April 16 Jaffar encouraged people in Bushenyi to entrust Premier Recruitment and register with them for easy access to jobs abroad.
‘’I know Sudhir Ruparelia has many businesses and many business dealings with the government so we have trust in him that his company cannot be like the ones you have always complained about that got issues to do with trust,” Mr. Jaffar said.
He advised the Premier Recruitment team to always make records of people from Bushenyi deployed in the Arab countries and share them with district authorities under the district labour office so that they can track them for monitoring and ensure they are investing the money they earn from overseas employment opportunities.
Premier Recruitment, a subsidiary of Ruparelia Group, spent the weekend in Western Uganda holding activation and sensitization workshops about labour externalization.
The company has since its inception in 2019 connected thousands of jobs to Ugandans in UAE, Qatar and Oman. It also does employment recruitment for local companies in Uganda.
The tour kicked off on Thursday with a staff induction session at Mbarara regional office. The meetings attracted district leaders and members of the business community and Bushenyi, Sheema, Kazo and Kiruhura districts.
The district labour officer Loyce Namara sensitized Bushenyi people about their labour rights like the right to employment leave, insurance and compensation in the case where an employee may get sick or lose life caused by work.
She thanked the management of Premier Recruitment for being open and transparent to the extent of sensitizing the public about the procedures, processes and costs involved when someone is seeking employment abroad.
Amon Baita, Marketing and Public Relations Manager of Premier Recruitment revealed that this is just the beginning of a big plan to carry out countrywide sensitization workshops.