Fabian Demicoli

Support to employers wanting to employ Refugees

 GRTU Vice-President Philip Fenech has this week participated at an informative session where he was breifed on this new scheme also to the benefit of employers.

The Agency for the Welfare of Asylum Seekers are launching this initiative which provides a legal job-matching service between the employers' needs and that of the refugees. Employers and even individuals seeking helping hands can post their vacancies and in return they would be given the contact details of potential worker/s. The service is provided fast and free of charge.

Who will be the employee:

– Refugees – Persons granted subsidiary protection

– Persons granted Temporary Humanitarian Protection

Vacancy forms can be obtained from:

– Marsa Employment Support Office, Marsa Open Centre, Xatt il-Mollijiet, Marsa, MRS 1151

offices are open Monday to Friday : 7.30 – 16.00

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