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Mauritius to replace laws on recruitment of migrant workers

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Mauritius to replace laws on recruitment of migrant workers

A Private Recruitment Agencies Bill will soon repeal and replace the existing Recruitment of Workers Act.

The new law would regulate the licensing and activities of private recruitment agencies in Mauritius, according to Cabinet papers just released.

The Bill would incorporate ethical recruitment standards in line with the recommendations of the International Labour Organization and the International Organization for Migration.

It would also serve to increase the powers of the Licensing Authority to include suspension of a licence and increase the liabilities of private recruiting agents towards workers they place or persons to be placed.

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