ILO Publishes Report on Use of Technology in the Recruitment of Migrant Workers

8 December 2021
Research Innovation

The International Labour Organization (ILO) recently published a report on the use of technology in the recruitment of migrant workers. This report seeks to improve the understanding of how migrant workers utilize digital technologies along their recruitment journey. This mixed-methods study involved potential, current and returned migrant workers from three countries (Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka), who were intending to migrate or had migrated to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China or Malaysia. The study combines information derived from survey responses from 321 migrant workers, as well as 15 focus groups, and 49 key informant interviews. Read the full report here.

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