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The procedures required to be followed by the foreign Employers for recruitment of Bangladeshi workers.


Placement of Demand Letter for workers :

The Foreign Employers who are looking forward to utilize the services of AMIAL INTERNATIONAL for employment of Bangladeshi workers may contact AMIAL INTERNATIONAL preferable through e-mail/Phone followed by a formal Demand Letter.

The Demand Letter should include

01. Type of workers required

02. Nature of work to be done (Job Description may be provided)

03. Number of Workers required,

04. Wages/Salary (Monthly / Weekly),

05. Accommodation & Food facilities,

06. Qualifications and experience, and

07. Others terms and conditions of service.


Power of Attorney

If visa is required to be stamped in Bangladesh for selected workers, the Employer is required to authorize AMIAL INTERNATIONAL to recruit workers and apply for visa and to perform others formalities with the concerned authorities. The Power of Attorney should be attested by the Foreign Ministry of the host country and thereafter by the Bangladesh Mission/ Labor Attaché in that country. If a recruiting agent of a foreign country is willing to deal with AMIAL INTERNATIONAL, they should forward their registration certificate to us.


Visa Advice/NOC/Work Permit:


Documents granting permission from the Competent Authority for employment of Bangladeshi workers in that Country i.e. Visa Advice/NOC/Work Permit to be sent well in advance before departure of workers.


Employment Contract:


Individual "Employment Contract Form" in English is required to be sent to AMIAL INTERNATIONAL, in which the following conditions are to be clearly stated :

01. Name of the post,

02. Monthly Salary / Wages,

03. Duration of Contract,

04. Accommodation,

05. Local Transportation,

06. Traveling expenses after termination of contract,

07. Overtime allowance,

08. Medical Treatment

09. Weekly & Annual Holidays.

The unspecified conditions shall be in accordance with the Labor Laws of the host country.