A particular delegation from Israel going to Sri Lanka has assured the Minister of Labour and Foreign Employment Manusha Nanayakkara, that their nation will give 2000 job possibilities for female caregivers from Sri Lanka, this year.
The delegation comprising Shiely Raisin Sason, director of Israel’s Population and Migration Institute and members Zindani Mary, Yaccow Kabilau, Margarita Gaorodnitsky amongst other people met Minister Manusha Nanayakkara currently.
The minister, throughout the meeting, requested the delegation to offer extra job possibilities to caregivers from Sri Lanka and in response, the delegation assured the Minister that their nation would recruit 2000 female caregivers from Sri Lanka this year.
The delegation pointed out that according to the current culture in Israel, females have extra possibilities for patient care, and the quantity of possibilities for male caregivers is incredibly restricted, and accordingly, the delegation also requested the Minister to give priority to females when giving education in the caregiver sector in the future.
The delegation also pointed out the significance of accelerating the recruitment course of action for caregiver jobs. Accordingly, the Minister assured the delegation that only these who meet the relevant qualifications will be recruited for education. Here, the Israeli delegation informed the minister that Sri Lankan workers with English language proficiency, who have received expert education, will often get the chance for Israeli employment possibilities.
The delegation mentioned their nation is prepared to give possibilities up to 8000 certified workers on an annual basis.
Both parties pointed out the significance of recruiting workers by way of a transparent course of action. The minister pointed out that some private recruiters are acting like a mafia in the course of action of recruiting caregivers to operate in Israel. The minister also clarified the information about the allegations against some Sri Lankans in Israel with regards to the recruitment course of action. The Minister also pointed out that there are allegations that some folks are taking dollars for giving Israeli jobs.
The Minister also presented to the Israeli representatives the requests to open up the possibilities to employ caregivers for jobs in Israel by the private sector as properly. Responding the delegation mentioned that the course of action of recruiting caregivers should really be carried out only with the intervention of the Foreign Employment Bureau.
The delegation from the Population and Migration Institution of Israel requested that any data with regards to folks who are taking dollars to offer caregiver jobs in Israel should really be offered to them to take needed action. They also assured that the safety and confidentiality of the persons providing such data will be completely protected. The delegation also assured that maximum action would be taken according to Israeli law against folks who take dollars by way of the recruitment course of action.
The minister also pointed out that the security of workers who leave for operate abroad is often a higher priority and added that there have been no allegations of harassment of workers who have left for operate in Israel. The minister expressed his thanks to Israel in that regard.
In this discussion, the minister also asked the Israeli delegation that given that there are quite a few educated experts in the nation for jobs in the agricultural sector, it would be greater if they had been offered an chance for that as properly. Here, the Israeli delegation stated that they are not capable to open jobs in the agricultural sector at this time, and that needed measures will be taken in the future.