Our recruitment process is an integrated approach that covers sourcing, recruitment, training, visa processing, health check-up and deployment of appropriate human resources in accordance with the demand offered by overseas companies. At GPG, the deployment process is the core engine that drives our growth to meet any type and size of requirements throughout the year.
Again, our deployment system is carefully designed that adequately addresses the human resource placement requirements. The systems vary from one country to another and have been developed through a gradual process of trial and error since the beginning of our business operations.
Sample copy of required documents for recruitment
The government of Nepal’s Ministry of labor has made it mandatory to provide us the following documents to process and authorize overseas placement of Nepalese workforce:
A demand letter should be addressed to GPG in an official letterhead in English language. A final demand letter can be sent via the international courier service of GPG office in Kathmandu which the workers will be deployed. The demand letter must contain clear information as outline below:
- Number of workers required
- Salary (wage structure, including overtime)
- Working hours and days
- All benefits and welfare
- Terms and conditions
Power of Attorney
This binding document is a written testimony issued by the recipient country to GPG granting the authority to carry out its recruitment tasks.
The recipient country must send the guarantee letter between the employer and GPG, duly signed and stamped by both parties.
The recipient country must provide the service contract mentioning wages and benefits between the employer and the employee.
GPG requirements include
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) will be signed between GPG and the client with details on the modality of the agreement. Two copies of MOU will be prepared and signed by both the GPG representative and the client. A copy each will be retained for future reference by each party.