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Premier Recruitment opens new office in Mbarara

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One of Uganda’s leading recruitment Agency Premier Recruitment Ltd, a subsidiary of Ruparelia Group of Companies has opened their first regional branch in Mbarara -Western Uganda.

The move is expected to solve the problem of accessibility of their services especially from the region residents.

According to the Company’s Marketing, Public Relations and Activations Manager, Amon Baita, the regional office located along Kakoba round about in Kakoba  division- Mbarara city  has been launched as part of their big plan to save their customers across the country from the inconveniences and challenges that come with seeking for jobs abroad from Kampala based recruitment agencies .

“We are committed to providing a high quality, customer service driven and efficient service to both our candidates and clients with the utmost integrity, honestly and compliance processes and procedures. We do this by ensuring we maintain and grow a team of ambitious, hard working and driven staff who can deliver our service,” said Baita.

Narris Nuwagaba was unveiled as the company’s   Regional office representative, who will be directly reporting to the head of marketing and Agency department at head office in Kampala.

The company committed to helping reduce the high employment rate in Uganda by providing suitable job opportunities to unemployed Ugandans. They partner with reputable organisations and agencies here in Uganda and internationally to ensure they offer their candidates empowering, compliant and suitable roles.

Premier Recruitment Ltd also launched a sensitization campaign dubbed “Youth Employment program” that was graced by District Senior Labour officer, Africana Abomugisha.

Abomugisha said that this is the best opportunity for the people from western Uganda to access the jobs from abroad.

He also cautioned the Premier Recruitment management not to be over excited and end up committing mistakes like those of past companies but benchmark on their past mistakes to strengthen and bolster their service delivery as promised to their customers.



Source – Matooke Republic

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