Publications on fair recruitment

2019

  1. Operational Manual on Recruitment Costs – SDG 10.7.1

    20 December 2019

    This Operational Manual on Recruitment Costs – SDG 10.7.1 aids in the collection and dissemination of data on recruitment costs and serves as a means of setting standards to produce comparable data across countries.

  2. The benefits of fair recruitment - Results of the impact study on the Nepal-Jordan corridor

    06 November 2019

  3. The benefits of fair recruitment - Results of the impact study on the Nepal-Jordan corridor

    06 November 2019

  4. Review of law, policy and practice of recruitment of migrant workers in Sri Lanka

    01 November 2019

    This review provides an overview of legislative and policy frameworks concerning recruitment of migrant workers in Sri Lanka. The review identifies gaps in relation to the ILO General Principles and Operational Guidelines for Fair Recruitment, and proposes recommendations for ensuring fair recruitment.

  5. Fair Recruitment Initiative Newsletter - Edition September 2019

    27 September 2019

  6. 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

  7. 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

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

    27 May 2019

  9. Fair Recruitment Initiative Newsletter - Special Edition May 2019

    06 May 2019

  10. Measuring recruitment costs of migrant workers through household surveys: Results of a pilot test from Lao PDR labour force survey 2017

    19 March 2019

    Lao PDR implemented its second national labour force survey (LFS) in September 2017. The survey included a module testing the measurement of international labour migration, return migrants, and absentees, as well as recruitment costs of migrant workers. Results of this pilot process are presented in this paper.