Publications on fair recruitment

Publications on Fair recruitment

  1. Fair recruitment country brief: Sri Lanka

    01 July 2019

    This brief provides an overview of fair recruitment challenges and opportunities, and priorities for action for the REFRAME project in Sri Lanka

  2. Fair recruitment country brief: Guatemala to Mexico corridor

    01 July 2019

    This brief provides an overview of fair recruitment challenges and opportunities, and priorities for action for the REFRAME project in Guatemala and Mexico

  3. FAIR: Integrated Programme on Fair Recruitment Phase II (2018-2021)

    27 May 2019

  4. Fair Recruitment Initiative Newsletter - Special Edition May 2019

    06 May 2019

  5. Training materials on fair recruitment

    06 April 2019

    In cooperation with ITC-ILO REFRAME has produced a comprehensive modular training manual on fair recruitment to support its constituents to design, support and implement fair recruitment practices.

  6. Recruitment experiences of South Asian migrant workers in Jordan’s garment industry

    15 August 2018

  7. FAIR SHARE? International recruitment in the Philippines

    24 October 2017

    This working paper brings together evidence on the culture and practice of fair recruitment for overseas employment in the Philippines.

  8. Attracting skilled international migrants to China: A review and comparison of policies and practices

    28 September 2017

    The report reviews the existing policies and practices of China concerning the attraction of foreign professionals and other skilled international migrants with a comparative analysis of talent attraction policies and their outcomes in Germany, Japan, and Singapore. Based on a comparative study, recommendations are put forward for China to improve its foreign talent policies and practices in order to be more successful in the international competition for talents.

  9. Deficiencies in Conditions of Work as a Cost to Labor Migration: Concepts, Extent, and Implications

    18 September 2017

    This paper sets out three goals. First, it provides a conceptual framework for analyzing migration costs associated with deficiencies in the conditions of work abroad, which is an insufficiently explored aspect of the existing theoretical frameworks on migration decision making. Second, using a novel data set, the KNOMAD migration surveys, it examines the nature and extent of the losses that migrant workers experience due to deficiencies in working conditions.

  10. The Migrant Recruitment Industry: Profitability and unethical business practices in Nepal, Paraguay and Kenya

    13 September 2017

    This publication documents the process of foreign recruitment in case-study migration corridors across different regions. The result of the research brings to the fore the abuse of migrant workers by recruiters and seeks to contribute to broadening the choices workers have to find decent work at home and abroad.