employment agent

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Noun1.employment agent - someone who runs an employment agency
agent - a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations
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In January 2018, media reported the government assisted three women who had been sent to Iraq as domestic workers by an unregistered foreign employment agent and experienced exploitation and abuse; once the women were in Nepal, the government provided logistical support and airfare for their return to Bhutan.
Chairman Cheung Kit-man said helpers would usually be trained for months by the employment agent they started working.
KUWAIT -- National competition protection agency is investigating audio record attributed to maids' employment agent, urging fellow businessmen to abstain from lowering services' costs.
Many of them relied heavily on the padrone, or employment agent, who would help them locate work, especially the unskilled laborers.
In a written reply to the question of Dr Nikhat Shakeel Khan the minister said out of 10 registered cases one employment agent has been convicted while five case of such nature are under trial.
One man, a 43-year-old employment agent named Mohamed, said they would defend their position until Mursi was restored.
They say that Fazila Bee Abdul Kareem from Tamil Nadu was tricked into taking the drugs to Malaysia by a corrupt employment agent in India.
Now Gaga, 23, has sued back, claiming Fusari took advantage of HER as an "inexperienced performing artist" and was an unlawful employment agent. She says Fusari "induced" her into signing an illegal contract and wants back pounds 140,000 she gave him.
Elaine's desk was initially too low for her electric wheelchair but was quickly raised with a little expert help from the local JobCentre's Disability Employment Agent.
On March 19, they took their argument to the Manhattan Supreme Court to ask a judge to declare Gaga's contract with Fusari "void and unenforceable" amid claims he acted as an "unlawful employment agent", violating various laws designed to protect employees such as "inexperienced recording artists".
I took up the post through an overseas employment agent designated by my country's officials four months ago.
In case of an employee quitting his or her job before the stipulated period, the employer is provided with the initial payment they made to the employment agent (maximum SR8,000).

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