The role of recruitment agencies in Kuwait

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A recruitment agency is a business that identifies individuals who are searching for employment and connects them with job openings on an employer’s behalf.

 Recruitment agencies in Kuwait can also be found on the internet. With a population of 4 million, Kuwait’s oil reserves make it one of the richest countries in the world. While oil is the main export of Kuwait and the sector has been the source for many jobs, there are other great opportunities attracting manpower to Kuwait especially in the manufacturing, real estate and finance industries. The country boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world and is a wealthy, open economy.

Generally speaking, there are three categories of employment

Temporary

Temporary occupations may range from a single day’s labor to full-time employment for an extended period of time. 

Temp-to-perm 

 The contract between the employer and the applicant may be terminated at any time, or the company might opt to grant a permanent placement.

Permanent 

Permanent jobs do not have an expiration date, and the individual chosen for the post becomes an employee of the firm that hired them.

What is the point of using them?

For job seekers, an employment agency will assist them in finding employment opportunities as well as offer advice on topics such as CV writing and interview techniques. It is completely free of charge for all applicants to use this service.

When you’re staffing and recruiting in Kuwait, it’s also important to make sure your company complies with the country’s legal requirements. Kuwait’s constitution states that every citizen has the right and duty to work.

Fees charged by the agency

Fees charged by agencies are often classified into three categories:

Temporary worker fees consist of a basic wage plus a percentage on top to cover the expenses of the agency, such as holiday pay, sick pay, pension, national insurance, and the agency mark-up, as well as the agency mark-up.

Jobs in Kuwait

Our contract and direct hire recruiters help top talent at every stage of their job search.

Whether you’re searching for full time or temporary work, Airswift can help you find the right role for your career goals and skill set.

Is your company grappling with multiple suppliers and escalating hiring costs? Our in-house sourcing solutions can help. We offer an embedded recruitment process outsourcing service on or near-site. Our team will become immersed in your culture and engage in your hiring process. An on-site managed solution can reduce cost and time-per-hire without compromising quality.

After hiring your Kuwait employees, you can choose how you want to onboard them. Generally, we recommend reviewing all employment contracts and other important documents during an employee’s first day. Then, you can provide necessary on-the-job training for their specific position. If you’re available to travel to Kuwait to meet with new employees, you should try to host a meeting with multiple new hires at once to welcome them to your company.

Benefits of Hiring Outsourcing in Kuwait

Kuwait hiring outsourcing services with Globalization Partners will help you start working faster. We can use our Kuwait PEO to hire employees and assign them to work for you in as little as a day or two. We’ll also shoulder all Kuwait employment compliance, so we’ll be the ones responsible instead of you.

Conclusion

This is simply a basic explanation of the function of recruiters, which may be daunting for many organizations at times. 

You also need to use an employment contract to hire employees in Kuwait — either fixed or indefinite. Contracts should be in writing, follow the set format, and include details like salary, job duties, and term of employment. You should make three copies of every employment contract, one for each party and the third lodged with the competent ministry. All compensation and salary amounts in a contract or offer letter need to be in Kuwaiti dinar instead of another currency.

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