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Advancing Worker Welfare and Compliance in the Recruitment Industry

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Earlier this week, Pro-Force Compliance Director, Sam Zubaidi participated in a collaborative meeting with a diverse group of professionals who share a common goal - advocating for migrant worker welfare and compliance within the recruitment industry.

The primary focus of the  meeting explored various initiatives aimed at improving grievance mechanisms and ensuring workers have access to effective remedies in cases of misconduct or violation of their rights. The discussions were not only insightful but also productive, emphasising the significance of fostering a safe and inclusive work environment.

Reflecting on the meeting, Sam Zubaidi remarked, "I had the pleasure of meeting with Lara Bianchi, Oana Burcu, Lee Matthews, Klara Polackova Van der Ploeg, Cindy Berman, Darryl Dixon, Tina Davis, Dr. Peter Holder Chartered MCIPD, and Bethany Jackson. Each individual brought a unique perspective and expertise to the table, contributing valuable insights and ideas to our discussions. I would like to extend my gratitude to the Rights Lab and the Business School at Nottingham University for hosting us and providing a platform for this important collaboration."

Sam further emphasised, "As we continue our efforts to enhance worker welfare and compliance standards, I am optimistic that our collective endeavours will result in positive and meaningful change within the recruitment industry."

This commitment to working together towards ensuring a fair and just work environment for all workers is a significant step towards building a sustainable future for migrant workers.