Kampala: The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development has approved Premier Recruitment Limited’s request to export labour overseas thus providing employment opportunities to hundreds of Ugandans who want to work abroad and improve their lives.
According to a letter signed by Lawrence Egulu, on behalf of the ministry’s permanent secretary, they have evaluated and approved Premier Recruitment Limited to export 200 workers to the United Arab Emirates.
“This request has been evaluated and found to meet the requirements of the pertinent provisions of the employment (Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad) Regulation, 2003 and Guideline 13.0 of the Guidelines on the Recruitment and Placement of Uganda Migrant Workers Abroad 2015,” reads part of the letter.
“The purpose of this letter, therefore, is to inform you that the (200) employment opportunities offered by TRANSGUARD GROUP 200 in the United Arab Emirates have been posted and are advertised on our website,” the letter adds.
Premier recruitment is fully licensed with the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development for both internal and external recruitment and it’s incorporated under Ruparelia Group of companies.
The company is committed to helping reduce the high employment rate in Uganda by providing suitable job opportunities to unemployed Ugandans by partnering with reputable organisations and agencies in Uganda and internationally to ensure it offers its candidates empowering compliant and suitable roles.
The company is also committed to providing a high quality, customer service driven and efficient service to both its candidates and clients with the utmost integrity, honestly and compliance processes and procedures by ensuring it maintains and grows a team of ambitious, hard-working and driven staff who can deliver effective service.