Chief People Officer for FGF Group of Companies Joins Joblio Advisory Board

Lori Procher will bring decades of extensive experience in Human Resource solutions to Joblio’s ethical recruitment platform.

Joblio, Inc, a global technology and ethical recruitment platform, is pleased to announce that Lori Procher is joining its Board of Advisors. Ms. Procher is the Chief People Officer for the FGF Group of Companies, an innovative North American Food Processing company.

For over 10 years at FGF, Lori Procher has been a highly engaged and innovative Chief People Officer. She has spearheaded initiatives to build an excellent company culture and develop the Company’s best assets – the people who make it happen. A passion for building a great team and a dedication to supporting the organization’s work toward its vision of “Becoming the World’s Greatest Baker” continue driving Lori.

Prior to joining FGF, Lori had a long and successful career with the Manpower Group of Companies, a global workforce solutions provider recognized as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. There she led the Canadian Organization, where she drove revenue and efficiencies with an uncanny ability to connect with people and help them unleash their full potential. 

Lori recognizes that speed, change, and uncertainty have become the norms of today’s business world. She embraces such environments as an opportunity to assist all people equally with compassion, commitment, and courage as they navigate through these times. This mindset and her extensive experience in Human Resource solutions will significantly enhance Joblio’s humanitarian reputation and provide valuable insights into building a more sustainable future. Her beliefs, passions, and invaluable expertise will remind the international community that migrants, refugees, and other vulnerable groups can serve as valuable team members if given opportunities and treated with dignity.

“I’m thrilled to have Lori join our team at Joblio. I love what she stands for and her track record of connecting with people, building teams, and enhancing company culture while driving value will prove invaluable to our platform moving forward,” said Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Lori has unique experiences and talents that will help Joblio continue establishing a new global standard in ethical recruitment.”

“I am thrilled to have been invited to be a part of Joblio’s Advisory Board with the goal to help contribute in transforming the Global Labor Market,” said Ms. Procher. “Ethical recruitment practices, and my background are completely aligned and something I am very passionate about.”

About Joblio, Inc: Joblio is a leading technology platform in the global migrant labor industry based in Miami, FL. Chaired by David Arkless, Former Global President of the ManpowerGroup, Joblio was founded by Jon Purizhansky in 2020. Joblio prevents fraud and ensures compliance with labor laws in the processes of human capital relocation across the world. By directly connecting migrant laborers with their employers, Joblio removes middlemen from the hiring process to ensure fair and prosperous employment. In 2021, Joblio received the “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” Award from the Abrahamic Business Circle.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/lori-procher-chief-people-officer-for-the-fgf-group-of-companies-joins-joblio-advisory-board/

Challenges For Migrant Women Reporting Abuse

It’s no secret that migrant women face various challenges in their daily lives. For example, a recent report from the International Organization of Migration found that “women reported more challenges in accessing employment and training opportunities, as well as health-care services, often following abuses and exploitation during the migration journey.”

However, beyond difficulty in seeking employment and assimilating into their host countries, migrant women are also “disproportionately at risk from gendered violence, including domestic and sexual violence,” according to End Violence Against Women.

2022 report from the Globalization and Health Journal “consistently observed that rates of victimization are first, higher for migrants than compared to local populations and second, significantly higher for vulnerable groups of migrants.” Here, vulnerable migrants were characterized “due to their immigration status or individual characteristics (gender, sex, age group).

Migrant Women and Domestic Abuse: An Incomplete Analysis.

While pre-existing data demonstrates that migrant women, or those with refugee status, are more likely to fall victim to domestic abuse, it’s important to note that we may not have a complete picture. After all, in the same sense that they are more vulnerable to this form of violence, they are also more likely to withhold this information.

For example, a recent Open Rights Group report found that “migrant women are less likely to report domestic violence to the police for fear of deportation.” As such, they are faced with an impossible choice — stay in a situation they know is dangerous or risk deportation to an environment that is potentially even more unstable.

They must also contend with the usual factors that encourage domestic violence victims to remain silent. For example, in many cases, survivors deal with shame and embarrassment and “may believe the abuse was somehow their fault or that they caused it.”

However, while gathering this data is helpful in highlighting just how widespread the issue is — it’s also essential to consider the different ways this data can be used, especially if it goes against the best interest of the women in question.

For example, many studies have found that when a migrant reports abuse to governing bodies, they sometimes receive an immigration notice shortly after. One such occasion is explored in more detail in the Open Rights Group Report:

“She was undocumented, so she was terrified to use the LAWRS service.

After evaluating her case, the caseworker recommended reporting it to the police because of the high risk of the situation. When the woman reported it, she received an immigration enforcement letter.

The police also came to her house as part of the report, but when they realized she was undocumented, they called immigration enforcement in front of her.”

Consequently, it’s clear there is a need to develop better systems to support migrant women — meaning they must not be forced to stay in unsafe situations through fear of deportation.

Why are Migrant Women more at risk of Domestic Abuse and Violence?

Unfortunately, there are many reasons why migrant women are at greater risk of domestic abuse and violence.

Financial Struggles. While there are many different ‘triggers’ associated with domestic abuse and violence, many studies found “clear evidence that economic stressors are associated with both the onset and escalation of abuse.” As many migrant women and families are more likely to experience financial struggles, this could contribute to the high rates of violence they face.

On a similar note, if migrant women face financial difficulties, they may worry about how they will provide for themselves if they move away from their abuser. For example, if they do not work, they may rely entirely on their abuser.

No clear way to report abuse. Unfortunately, wanting to report abuse and being able to do so are not one and the same. For example, if migrant women are worried their immigration status will be impacted by reporting, they may be forced to remain silent. Many abusers may use the threat of deportation as part of their entrapment tactic, especially if deportation will separate the woman from her family and children.

Conversely, language barriers or poor access to resources may leave them feeling as though there’s no support out there for them. As such, “the lack of safe reporting mechanisms creates a barrier for migrant women seeking support to flee violence and exploitation, putting their lives at risk and allowing perpetrators to exert abuse with impunity.”

How can we help resolve this issue?

“As global domestic violence rates rise, it’s clear that change is necessary. As such, both individuals and organizations must be aware of the steps they can take to protect migrant women facing domestic violence or other forms of abuse,” said Jon Purizhansky, CEO and Founder of Joblio.

Donate to charities supporting migrant women. Donating to charities or supporting organizations that help migrant women can help provide them with the support they need to leave a dangerous situation.

Support community engagement. For migrant women to seek support from those around them, being engaged within their local community is often a prerequisite, given that this engagement helps them build a support network.

Call for systemic change. Another way we, as a society, can work to protect vulnerable members of our society, such as documented and undocumented migrant women, is by calling for systemic change. We must create pathways for these individuals to safely report abuse without deportation becoming a side-effect of their asking for help.

Beyond these individual efforts and push for changes in legislation or protection for vulnerable members of our society, we hope that the work carried out through Joblio can also enact positive change. After all, the company was founded to give everyone an opportunity to be employed ethically and safely — reducing the chances of them facing sexual exploitation or abuse.

“Every employee who enters the Joblio family through the ACE program receives 24/7 access to a chat, where they can instantly report any abuse at the workplace or harassment at their housing. This service enables us to provide them with support as soon as issues arise, ensuring we are acting with their best interests at heart,” said Jon Purizhansky.

To find out more about Joblio or the important work we carry out, please do not hesitate to get in touch today.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/the-challenges-for-migrant-women-reporting-abuse/

Joblio Is A Cross Border Employment Platform

Joblio

Q: What is Joblio?


A:
Joblio is the global tech platform for cross border employment, focused on transforming the labor market through transparency and compliance.

We’ve developed a reliable system that removes the inefficiencies and unethical middlemen from the hiring process, which in turn frees up more value for both employers and laborers.

Through Joblio job seekers can easily find great employment opportunities in developed countries — without having to pay access fees or commissions, allowing employers to quickly fill vacancies with motivated employees. There is a web app and a mobile app for job seekers, and a web interface for the employers.

Q: Any highlights on your recent announcement?

A: Last week we announced the appointment of David Arkelss as Joblio’s chairman.


David is a former president at ManpowerGroup, a world leader in innovative workforce solutions that connects more than 600,000 people to meaningful work across a wide range of skills and industries every day.

In addition to being a regular adviser to the U.S. Department of State and various EU organizations, David is a co-author of the Modern Slavery Act and continues to contribute his experience and talent to further the global expansion of Joblio, which is already currently present in 45 markets.

We recently facilitated the relocation of the first group of Ukrainian refugees to Canada. Through partnerships with a consortium of Canadian companies, Joblio was able to provide stable employment for the group of migrant workers, handling everything from the preparation and execution of documents to resume development and organization of meetings with local social support. In addition to getting jobs, the resettled migrants were also provided with 4 months of free accommodation by Starlight Investment, a major Canadian real estate operator, to allow them to find their feet without worrying about keeping a roof over their heads.

Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?

A: In dealing with the global problem of labor shortages, we’ve adopted a two-pronged approach that works harmoniously with our proprietary tech and programs to deliver an effective solution.

For our b2c users — which in this case are migrant workers, Joblio provides the tools with which to efficiently manage the entirety of their foreign labor hiring and onboarding process, handling everything from search, selection, and resume submission to payroll and compliance with local labor laws. Using the migrant app, job seekers can filter jobs by skill set, country, and salary, submit documentation for KYC, and also participate in community activities.

Employers, on the other hand, can rely on Joblio to bridge the gap between them and qualified foreign labor candidates through turn-key immigration and relocation services. Using the employer app, organizations can upload unlimited job postings, review applicant profiles, set interviews, and also streamline immigration paperwork and background checks.

Q: What can we expect from your company in the next 6 months? What are your plans?

A: We were created to oppose slave labor and bring the global recruitment sector out of the shadows. And so continued expansion is a major focus for us as it helps us break into new markets where we can better champion the rights and entitlements of workers.


Currently, we’re working on the automation of our proprietary ACE (Applicant Concierge Experience) — which was previously available only to C-level executives, to allow every worker that relocates to another country to get community support, language courses, and guidance from dedicated members of the Joblio community.

As a technology-driven company, we have few R&D projects in the pipeline, that involve augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) capabilities, to improve our ability to deliver long-distance vocational certification.

Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?

A: Joblio’s leadership consists mostly of immigrants and refugees who have worn the shoes and know where it pinches. Our service is free for applicants because we are driven by the belief that employers should shoulder the responsibility of hiring new staff, and our efficiently designed system makes it worth their while to do so.

Originally Posted: https://www.techcompanynews.com/joblio-is-a-cross-border-employment-platform-focused-on-transforming-the-labor-market-through-transparency-and-compliance/

Happy Upcoming New Year from Joblio

It’s hard to believe that the new year is almost upon us.

Like many of you during this period, we’re feeling incredibly proud of the work that we have carried out in 2022 – namely due to the many benefits it brought around for refugees and labor migrants.

In a year plagued by humanitarian crises, such as the war in Ukraine and the resultant refugee crisis, we have been blessed with the ability to help those who need it most – whose lives are now improved because of Joblio.

Our company stands apart, not only because of our efficiency but also because of our values and humanistic approach. To put it simply, our desire to make a difference is what helps us to make a difference. Inevitably, Joblio will continue to grow in 2023 because of our professionalism and the good karma we carry with us.

A Holiday Message from Jon Purizhansky, Joblio’s CEO and Founder.

“As the year comes to an end, we get  to reflect on our accomplishments and create plans for the year ahead of  us,” states Jon Purizhanksy, Joblio’s Founder & CEO. “We are  incredibly proud of the work carried out by each and every member of our  talented team. Together, we have made a real difference in the lives of  the refugee and labor migrant communities.

“Obviously, we could not have done  this without the support from our clients worldwide – so we thank you  greatly for this. We also thank you for wanting to make a difference by  improving your recruitment processes and providing refugees and labor  migrants with opportunities to thrive in their new host countries”.

In supporting our goals, we’re  changing the way in which the current system works – which will enable  us to eradicate inequalities.

“I’d also like to take a moment to  thank each and every member of the Joblio team,” says Jon. “I feel  honored to have a great, self-motivated team to work with. As such, I  would like to express my personal gratitude for your support, your  enthusiasm, your creativity, your ethical standards, and all of the hard  work you do.”

What’s next for Joblio?

As we move into 2023, the team at Joblio hopes to continue to make positive change through our ACE program and support of ethical recrutiment. We also urge the corporate sector to join us in our fight to better the future of refugees and labor migrants globally. We wish everyone a happy and healthy 2023!

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/happy-upcoming-new-year-from-joblio/

How Joblio Provides Upward Mobility

At Joblio, our core aim is to help connect foreign talent with employers that desperately need them – cultivating relationships that are mutually beneficial and allow businesses to thrive.

Above all, we’re passionate about ensuring that the opportunities we provide to job seekers enable them to better their lives through upward mobility.

What is upward mobility? 

“There are various definitions of upward mobility, but they all relate to ‘the experience of moving up into a more comfortable economic position in society,’” said Jon Purizhansky, CEO and Founder of Joblio.

“For example, by making it easier for companies across Canada to hire foreign talent, we’re providing talent with more opportunities to progress in their careers. This lowers unemployment, while also giving them the chance to obtain higher-paid jobs,” he said.

“Our aim to provide foreign talent with upward mobility aligns closely with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, particularly those that ‘promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.’”

How is Joblio providing opportunities for upward mobility? 

Refugees and new immigrants face various barriers when it comes to securing employment – and by extension, achieving upward mobility. For example, this includes:

  • Job Seeking Barriers.
  • Language Barriers
  • Housing Barriers.
  • Pre-existing Biases

“Joblio’s ACE program is designed to eradicate these barriers, putting foreign talent on the cusp of success,”  said Jon Purizhansky.

Job Seeking Barriers: 

Refugees and new immigrants are often incredibly active job seekers once they have obtained the relevant paperwork and a work permit. However, a combination of biases and setbacks often means that they end up in positions they would otherwise be overqualified for. For example, a recent Forbes study found that “over one-third of highly educated immigrants in employment are overqualified for their jobs.”

When they take on these roles, they are often doing so out of a desire to provide for themselves and their family. They feel as though certain doors are already closed to them.

At Joblio, we hope to eradicate this issue by partnering with a range of company’s across all industries – including businesses such as your own. This process comes with many benefits – especially as it means that skilled workers are given the chance to shine in the industries that need them. Furthermore, this boosts job satisfaction rates, which allows businesses to grow and develop.

Language Barriers:

While over 200 languages are spoken in Canada, the majority of workplaces require talent that are English-speaking. While proficiency levels can vary, this requirement is often put in place to allow smooth and easy communication among team members. As a result, it is particularly important in high-pressure or dangerous environments, such as construction or building sites.

In order to eliminate language barriers, we provide our jobseekers with language courses and classes that help them to develop their language skills quickly. Again, this opens them up to more opportunities in the workplace, as they’re able to apply for more varied positions. This can also work towards upward mobility as “those who are bilingual or multilingual can earn 5%-20% more per hour than those who aren’t.

Housing Barriers:

One of the biggest roadblocks and concerns that new immigrants face in Canada is finding suitable housing for themselves and their families. After all, there are many factors at play here. They want to find a space that is safe, with a strong sense of community. This helps them feel at home, even though they may be very far from the life they knew previously. Sometimes, access to nice housing or living spaces can limit their job search as they become tethered to a certain place or property – even if they’re aren’t many opportunities in that area.

At Joblio, we hope to eradicate housing struggles and make it easier for new immigrants to find a job and a house that meets their needs by providing them with three, valid housing options to consider. This housing is always within 45 minutes from their work and is priced at no more than 30% of their total net income budget.

Once they’ve selected a property that meets their needs, one of our dedicated and friendly operations managers will talk them through the rest of the process. For example, while we do not cover or subsidize housing costs, we can make it possible for new immigrants to rent out properties without credit scores. This takes a lot of the stress out of moving to a new place, so the candidates can focus their full attention on their work without worrying about accommodation.

Pre-existing biases:

Jon Purizhansky: One of the biggest roadblocks that foreign talent face is due to pre-existing biases or misinformation. For example, employees may be hesitant to hire foreign talent as they believe the process will take too long. However, as our services are incredibly streamlined, many job seekers on our platform are able to start work quickly, often within seven days. This gives foreign talent the opportunity to excel by ensuring they get their foot through the door.

Once they join your team, you’re sure to see what an asset they are to your company.

Get in touch today to find out more via email at employer@joblio.co or visit https://joblio.co.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/how-joblio-provides-upward-mobility/

Hiring Foreign Talent Help With Canadian Labor Shortage

Hiring Foreign Talent

Right now, Canada is experiencing a significant labor/talent shortage. In fact, a study conducted by Proof Point found that “more than half of Canadian businesses say labor shortages are limiting their ability to increase production—up from 40% before the pandemic and 30% a decade ago.”

The impact of these shortages are far-ranging. Firstly, unfilled vacancies cost businesses considerable amounts of money every day, with a recent study predicting losses of  $454 a week or $1800 a month when a job remains vacant. Unfulfilled vacancies also mean that your current employees are forced to fill in the gaps left by their absent teammates. This can cause both efficiency and productivity rates to plummet, putting your business on a downward spiral that can be hard to recover from. Overbearing your current workforce can also lead to burnout, which will worsen employee turnover rates.

“As such, it’s crucial that business owners across all industries find new ways to conquer the talent shortage – and hiring foreign talent through global employment platforms such as Joblio could be the solution you are looking for, “ said Jon Purizhansky, CEO and Founder of Joblio.

How can foreign talent help with the talent shortage? 

There are many reasons why foreign talent can prove to be invaluable to Canadian business owners amid the talent shortage.

Firstly, “annual immigration in Canada amounts to around 300,000 new immigrants – one of the highest rates per population of any country in the world.” These figures are likely to rise considerably in the coming months, as Canada continues to welcome an influx of refugees – such as Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion under the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET). This means that foreign talent makes up a considerable (and growing) % of job seekers in Canada. As such, your ideal candidate is likely a member of one of Canada’s vibrant immigrant communities.

Not only are there hundreds of newcomers actively looking for work – but they’re also bringing a lot of talent into the mix. While they may not possess the same formal qualifications as Canadian employees, they’re often more determined, more focused, and willing to adapt to any challenges you throw their way. They also have varied experience working across numerous key industries, such as construction, hospitality, and more.  This, combined with their unique skillsets, means they’re an asset to any company they join.

Ready to expand your team? We’re here to help. 

Despite the many benefits associated with hiring foreign talent, many employers are unwilling to take the leap. This is because they associate the idea of procuring international talent with a lengthy employment process through LMIA, wherein they must wait for several months to locate the talent, before embarking upon a complicated legal process while they obtain VISAs and other forms of documentation.

However, at Joblio, we work to ensure that you can enjoy the benefits of hiring foreign talent without the wait time. This is because we’re already embedded in new immigrant communities within Canada, helping talented job seekers connect with employers that need them.

“Our database contains over 10k new Canadian Immigrants, who are ready to start working right away,” said Jon Purizhansky.

Get in touch today to find out more via email at employer@joblio.co or visit https://joblio.co.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/why-hiring-foreign-talent-can-help-with-the-canadian-labor-shortage/

How Fund Budding Small Business During A Recession

In order to survive and even thrive during a recession, small business owners need to be strategic about their finances. Here are some tips on how to fund your budding small business during tough economic times.

1. Cut costs where you can, without sacrificing quality

In today’s challenging economy, businesses must be smart about where they spend their money. One area where businesses often cut corners is in the quality of the products or services they purchase. However, this can be a false economy, as inferior quality products or services can end up costing more in the long run. To get the most bang for your buck, look for ways to cut costs without sacrificing quality. For example, instead of buying the cheapest products you can find, look for ones that offer good value for the price. Similarly, when hiring staff, don’t just go for the lowest bidder; instead, look for vendors who offer good quality at a fair price. By being smart about where you spend your money, you can keep costs down without sacrificing quality.

2. Review your expenses and find ways to reduce them

One of the best ways to save money is to carefully review your expenses and see where you can cut back. This may seem like a difficult task, but it’s actually quite simple once you get started. The first step is to make a list of all your monthly expenses, including both fixed costs like rent or mortgage payments and variable costs like groceries or entertainment.

The founder of Joblio Jon Purizhansky says: “Once you have a complete picture of your spending, you can start to identify areas where you can reduce your expenditure. For example, if you’re spending a lot on dining out, you could try cooking more meals at home. Or, if you’re paying for an expensive gym membership, you could cancel it and start working out for free at your local park. By taking a close look at your spending patterns, you can easily find ways to trim your budget and free up some extra cash each month.”

3. Invest in new technologies that will save you money in the long run

While it may be tempting to stick with tried-and-true methods, investing in new technologies can save you money in the long run. For example, energy-efficient appliances often have a higher initial cost but use less power over time, leading to lower utility bills. Similarly, solar panels can reduce your reliance on the grid, and wind turbines can provide an alternative source of energy. In addition, new building materials and insulation techniques can lead to considerable savings on heating and cooling costs. As explained by Jon Purizhansky: “While the upfront cost of new technologies may be higher than traditional methods, the long-term savings can be significant. As a result, investing in new technologies is a smart financial decision.”

4. Streamline your operations to improve efficiency

Running a business is no easy task. There are a million and one things to keep track of, from inventory and staffing levels to marketing and sales. It can be all too easy for things to start slipping through the cracks, which is why it’s so important to streamline your operations. By streamlining your processes, you can free up time and resources that can be better spent elsewhere. For example, automating menial tasks such as data entry can free up your employees to focus on more important tasks. Additionally, streamlining your supply chain can help to reduce costs and improve efficiency. Ultimately, taking the time to streamline your operations can pay dividends in terms of both time and money.

5. Diversify your product and service offerings to protect against economic downturns

“In today’s economy, it’s more important than ever to have a diversified product and service offerings. By offering a variety of products and services, you’ll be better positioned to weather the ups and downs of the economy. When one sector is struggling, you can rely on other sectors to keep your business afloat. Additionally, diversification gives you an opportunity to reach new markets and tap into new sources of revenue. So, if you’re looking to protect your business from an economic downturn, make sure to diversify your product and service offerings.” – states Jon Purizhansky.

6. Prepare for a slower sales cycle – be patient and don’t give up on potential customers too quickly

In any sales cycle, there will always be potential customers who take longer to convert than others. It’s important to remember that every customer is different, and that each one will have their own unique timeline. While it can be tempting to give up on a potential customer who seems to be taking forever, it’s important to be patient. They may just need a little more time to make their decision. In the meantime, stay in touch and keep them updated on your latest products and offerings. By showing them that you’re still interested, you may just be able to win their business in the end.

By following the tips above, you can weather the storm during a recession and come out on top. By taking a close look at your spending, investing in new technologies, streamlining your operations, and diversifying your product and service offerings, you’ll be better positioned to survive an economic downturn. Additionally, by being patient and not giving up on potential customers too quickly, you’ll be able to maintain a healthy sales pipeline even when times are tough. So, if you’re looking to protect your business from an economic downturn, make sure to keep these tips in mind.

Originally Posted: https://vocal.media/journal/how-to-fund-your-budding-small-business-during-a-recession

Why Sustainable Development Goals Are Important

In our last blog, we outlined the United Nations Sustainable development goals, alongside the steps we are taking as a company to support and uphold them. However, we also thought it was important to touch upon the reasons why these goals were outlined in the first place.

“Understanding the motives behind these goals puts us all in a better position to support them and ensure the changes are brought to fruition. After all, it provides us with a framework for action we can take to help, both on a personal level and within the company itself,” said Jon Purizhansky, CEO and Founder of Joblio With that in mind, here are five reasons why sustainable development goals are important.

Setting Goals works:

Setting goals is one of the most effective ways to bring about change. That’s why we’re so often encouraged to set targets and goals at work. Furthermore, “in a complex world, organizations and countries can align their agendas and prioritize funding” through effective goal-setting. There are many examples of this methodology working. For example, in the year 2000, it was hoped to halve poverty by 2015, and “Poverty, as measured by living on less than $1.25 a day, has halved.”

Sustainable Goals change lives:

While the goals are designed to produce widespread change, it’s important that we remember the impact they have on individuals. For example, at Joblio, when working towards goal #8 (Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all), we’re helping foreign talent and refugees secure life-changing positions in their chosen industry. Not only does this provide them with a chance to progress in their career, but it improves their economic outlook quite considerably. As a result, they’re able to better provide for themselves and their family moving forward.

Sustainable Goals create a more equal world:

There’s no denying that being born in a certain country provides us with privileges that other areas of the world do not have access to. For example, while we may have taken our schooling for granted, 58.4 million children currently do not have access to basic education. By supporting the UN’s sustainable goals, we’re working to remove these barriers so that everyone is on an equal, fair footing. As a result, we’re creating a better world for all.

Sustainable Goals Will Help the Economy:

The UN’s sustainable goals will also help improve the global economy. For example, unemployment places a strain on local economies as “unemployed people tend to spend less, may accrue more debt, and unemployment may lead to higher payments from state and federal governments for things like food stamps.” As labor shortages are proving to be a persistent trend in Canada, we hope to resolve this issue through our commitment to improving access to job opportunities for foreign talent. This way, they’re able to secure better, higher-paying jobs.

Sustainable Goals create better opportunities for all:

By committing to bringing sustainable goals to life within our communities, we’re creating better opportunities for future generations. For example, by furthering their careers, foreign talent are able to explore better employment opportunities. As a result, they’re able to share new ideas, thoughts, and perspectives with their employers that can change a workplace for the better. Their ideas could lead to company growth, or even create more jobs. As a result, we’re investing in future opportunities with every single hire made through our platform.

“At Joblio, our core aim is to make a real difference in the lives of foreign talent living in Canada (and beyond). In doing so, our motivations align themselves with these goals for sustainable development,” said Jon Purizhansky.

“Joblio is already on the path to achieving these goals – without relying on charitable donations to make such events possible.”

To find out more, please do not hesitate to get in touch via email to employer@joblio.co or visit https://joblio.co

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/5-reasons-why-sustainable-development-goals-are-important/

Smart Open Business During A Recession

As a business owner, you may be wondering if it’s wise to open a new business during a recession. After all, economic conditions are tough and consumer spending is down. However, there are some advantages to starting a business during this time. For one, competition is lower since many businesses have closed their doors. Additionally, costs associated with opening a new business are also lower. If you’re considering starting a business, here are some things to keep in mind.

What is a recession and how do you know if one is happening

A recession is a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months. It is visible in industrial production, employment, real income, and wholesale-retail trade. The technical indicator of a recession is two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth.

There are various ways to determine if a recession is happening. The most common method is to look at GDP growth. If GDP growth is negative for two consecutive quarters, then it is generally agreed that a recession is taking place. Other indicators that are often used to determine if a recession is occurring are industrial production, employment, real income, and wholesale-retail trade.

Recessions can happen suddenly or they can happen slowly over time. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including financial crises, natural disasters, policy changes, or even just a slowdown in the economy.

“Recessions can have a significant impact on people’s lives. They can lead to job losses, lower incomes, and an overall decline in living standards. So it is important to be aware of the signs of a recession and to know what to do if one occurs.” — says Jon Purizhansky.

Signs that your business might not be doing well during a recession

There are a number of signs that your business might not be doing well during a recession. One of the most common signs is a decline in sales. If you are seeing a significant drop in sales, it could be an indication that your business is struggling.

Another sign that your business might not be doing well during a recession is an increase in costs. If your costs are rising faster than your revenues, it could be an indication that your business is not as profitable as it once was.

A third sign that your business might not be doing well during a recession is a decline in profits. If your profits are falling, it could be an indication that your business is not as efficient as it once was.

“If you are seeing any of these signs in your business, it is important to take action.” — states Jon Purizhansky.

How to make your business more recession-proof

There are a number of things that you can do to make your business more recession-proof. One of the most important things is to diversify your products and services. If you only offer one product or service, you are more likely to be affected by a recession than if you offer a range of products and services.

Another important thing to do is to focus on cost-cutting measures. If you can reduce your costs, you will be in a better position to weather a recession.

Finally, it is also important to have a good marketing strategy. If you can increase your sales during a recession, you will be in a better position to withstand the effects of the downturn.

What to do if you have to close your business during a recession

As explained by Jon Purizhansky, if you have to close your business during a recession, it is important to take some time to plan your exit strategy. You will need to think about how to wind down your business, how to deal with your employees, and how to protect your assets.

You should also consider whether or not you will be able to reopen your business once the recession is over. If you think that there is a chance that you will be able to reopen, you should make sure that you have a solid plan in place.

How to survive financially during a recession

If you are struggling financially during a recession, there are a number of things that you can do to survive. One of the most important things is to cut back on your expenses. You should try to live as simply as possible and to only spend money on essential items.

Another thing that you can do is look for ways to increase your income. If you are able to get a part-time job or start a side business, it will help you to make ends meet.

Finally, it is also important to have a safety net in place. If you have savings, they can help you to weather the storm during a recession. You should also consider taking out insurance policies that will cover you in case of job loss or other financial difficulties.

A recession can be a difficult time for businesses, but there are things you can do to weather the storm. If you are aware of the signs of a recession, you can take steps to make your business more recession-proof. If you have to close your business during a recession, there are things you can do to plan your exit strategy. If you are struggling financially during a recession, there are also ways to survive. The most important thing is to be prepared and to have a plan in place.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/smart-to-open-business-during-recession/

Be An Entrepreneur On YouTube With Insights On 5 Business Opportunities

As a business owner, you’re always looking for ways to get ahead of the competition. You may have thought about starting a YouTube channel, but you’re not sure where to start. Fortunately, we’ve put together a list of five businesses that are perfect for entrepreneurs on YouTube. Keep reading to learn more!

  1. Start a channel about your passions and interests

If you’re passionate about something, why not start a channel all about it? You can share your interests and knowledge with others, and build a community of like-minded people. Plus, it’s a great way to connect with people who share your passions.

To get started, all you need is a camera and some basic editing skills. If you don’t have a lot of experience with video editing, there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you get up to speed.

“Whatever you choose to talk about, make sure you’re sharing informative and engaging content that will appeal to your audience. If you can keep them coming back for more, you’ll be well on your way to building a successful channel.” — says Jon Purizhansky.

2. Teach people how to do things you’re good at

There are probably plenty of things that you’re good at that other people would love to learn. Why not share your skills with the world? You can teach people how to do everything from cooking and gardening to fixing cars and using technology.

“If you’re not sure where to start, try thinking about the things you get asked about most often. What do people always come to you for help with? Chances are, there are others out there who would love to learn how to do those things too.” — states Jon Purizhansky.

3. Share your story and inspire others

Everyone has a story to tell, and yours could be just what someone else needs to hear. By sharing your experiences, you can inspire others and help them through difficult times.

If you’re not sure where to start, try thinking about a time when you overcame a challenge or made a significant change in your life. What lessons did you learn? What would you do differently if you could go back and do it again? Sharing your story can be a powerful way to connect with others and make a difference in their lives.

4. Review products and services

If you love trying new things, why not share your experiences with others? You can review products and services, and give your audience an honest look at what’s out there. Plus, it’s a great way to connect with companies and get free stuff!

As explained by Jon Purizhansky, to get started, all you need is a camera and some basic editing skills. If you don’t have a lot of experience with video editing, there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you get up to speed.

Whatever you choose to review, make sure you’re sharing your honest opinion. If you can provide valuable insights, you’ll be sure to build a loyal following.

5. Share business advice and insights

If you’re a business owner or have experience in the corporate world, why not share your knowledge with others? You can provide valuable insights and advice on everything from marketing and sales to management and finance.

To get started, all you need is a camera and some basic editing skills. If you don’t have a lot of experience with video editing, there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you get up to speed.

Whatever you choose to talk about, make sure you’re sharing informative and engaging content that will appeal to your audience. If you can keep them coming back for more, you’ll be well on your way to building a successful channel.

6. Help people launch their own businesses

If you’re passionate about entrepreneurship, why not share your knowledge with others? You can help people launch their own businesses, and provide valuable insights and advice on everything from marketing and sales to management and finance.

To get started, all you need is a camera and some basic editing skills. If you don’t have a lot of experience with video editing, there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you get up to speed.

Whatever you choose to talk about, make sure you’re sharing informative and engaging content that will appeal to your audience. If you can keep them coming back for more, you’ll be well on your way to building a successful channel.

7. Offer marketing and branding tips

If you’re a marketing or branding expert, why not share your knowledge with others? You can provide valuable insights and advice on everything from social media and advertising to public relations and market research.

To get started, all you need is a camera and some basic editing skills. If you don’t have a lot of experience with video editing, there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you get up to speed.

Whatever you choose to talk about, make sure you’re sharing informative and engaging content that will appeal to your audience. If you can keep them coming back for more, you’ll be well on your way to building a successful channel.

There are many different ways to make a difference through YouTube. Whether you’re sharing your story, offering business advice, or reviewing products and services, you can use your platform to connect with others and make a positive impact in their lives. With a little effort and creativity, you can build a successful channel that makes a difference in the world.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/be-an-entrepreneur-on-youtube-with-insights/

Features of Refugee Employment in Canada

Canada Refugee

In the next few years, Canada is expected to welcome hundreds of thousands refugees. Among the individuals who will be coming through the program are almost 100,000 Afghans, 100,000 Ukrainians who fled the invasion of Russia, and up to 125,000 refugees annually from other countries. Businesses have announced that they will be hiring refugees. Let’s take a look at the various advantages and challenges of this process.

The influx of refugees presents both challenges and opportunities for businesses. On one hand, businesses may face difficulties in finding qualified employees to fill vacant positions. Refugees may not have the same level of education or work experience as other candidates. However, businesses can also benefit from the skills and experiences that refugees bring with them. Refugees often have strong work ethics and are motivated to succeed. They can also provide a cultural diversity that can be beneficial to businesses.

There are a number of ways businesses can support refugees as they make the transition to life in Canada. One way is by providing job training and mentorship programs. Businesses can also offer English language classes and help refugees connect with local community groups. By supporting refugees in this way, businesses can help them find success in their new home country.

Foreign employees can be a great asset to business, but the process of finding and applying for a refugee job can often seem difficult. In this article, we will provide you with some tips on how to find refugee candidates and employ them with high success rates. In the next few years, Canada is expected to welcome hundreds of thousands refugees. Among the individuals who will be coming through the program are almost 100,000 Afghans, 100,000 Ukrainians who fled the invasion of Russia, and up to 125,000 refugees annually from other countries. Businesses have announced that they will be hiring refugees. Let’s take a look at the various advantages and challenges of this process.

The influx of refugees presents both challenges and opportunities for businesses. On one hand, businesses may face difficulties in finding qualified employees to fill vacant positions. Refugees may not have the same level of education or work experience as other candidates. However, businesses can also benefit from the skills and experiences that refugees bring with them. Refugees often have strong work ethics and are motivated to succeed. They can also provide a cultural diversity that can be beneficial to businesses.

There are a number of ways businesses can support refugees as they make the transition to life in Canada. One way is by providing job training and mentorship programs. Businesses can also offer English language classes and help refugees connect with local community groups. By supporting refugees in this way, businesses can help them find success in their new home country.

Foreign employees can be a great asset to business, but the process of finding and applying for a refugee job can often seem difficult. In this article, we will provide you with some tips on how to find refugee candidates and employ them with high success rates.

WHERE TO FIND REFUGEE CANDIDATES

Employers can find potential candidates for their businesses by looking at data on newcomers to the country on the website of the administration of a particular region. Additionally, employers can refer to civil society in refugee settlement. Canada’s 40-year-old Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) program allows community groups to enter into a contract with the federal government to welcome and provide financially, socially and logistically for a refugee individual or family for one full year after arrival in Canada. In that time, the sponsor group, using funds it raises itself, pays for accommodation, food, clothing and other essentials; the amount is stipulated by the government but groups may choose to be more generous. The group also assists refugees to find language training, register their children for public education

Refugees are settling unevenly throughout the country, with the main resettlement provinces being Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. The main cities for refugees are Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver.

Connecting with refugee resettlement agencies, immigrant-focused non-profits or welcome centers, and community colleges or adult education centers are all productive places to start if you are looking for potential new employees.

Resettlement agencies work with business to help them find qualified potential employees, assisting with new-hire paperwork, translation and interpretation needs, and follow-up services to ensure mutual satisfaction.

The founder of the global employment platform Joblio Jon Purizhansky believes that the process of hiring foreign workers and refugees should be as transparent and simple as possible in order to reverse the situation on the international labor market: “This would make it easier for businesses to find qualified employees, and would help to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to work. That’s exactly what we’re doing. Every day new businesses from all over the world join us to experience all the benefits of the system created by Joblio.”

SCREENING POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES

If you are considering hiring refugees, it is important to be aware that refugees may have gaps on their resumes that might typically exclude candidates from further consideration, but should not be disqualifying.

Recruiting foreign workers can be a difficult process. Joblio offers the gold standard in the field of international recruiting. Today’s base consists of hundreds of candidates from developing countries who seek to find security and stability in Canada. An individual approach and a thorough background check and resume allows you to identify the strengths of each individual candidate.

Employers do not have to waste time looking for foreign workers, they simply contact Joblio with a request and get the most effective staff from motivated foreign employees. At Joblio, we take the time to understand your needs and find the best possible candidates for your company. We have a large pool of qualified candidates who are eager to work in Canada, and our team will do everything possible to match them with the right employer.

Consider becoming a social impact employer ? Reach out to Joblio for solutions on refugees hire and retention: employer@joblio.co

Originally Posted: https://vocal.media/journal/features-of-refugee-employment-in-canada

How Become an Entrepreneur With No Money or Experience

Entrepreneur

You don’t need a lot of money or experience to become an entrepreneur. With the right mindset and some hard work, anyone can start their own business. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to get started on your entrepreneurial journey with little to no money or experience. Whether you’re looking to start a small business from scratch or take your existing business to the next level, we’ve got you covered. So let’s get started!

1. Get started with a business idea that you’re passionate about

Many people have great ideas for businesses, but not everyone has what it takes to turn their idea into a reality. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and passion to turn a business idea into a successful company. However, if you’re passionate about your idea and are willing to put in the effort, you can increase your chances of success.

As explain Jon Purizhansky, the first step is to validate your idea by researching the market and talking to potential customers. If there’s a demand for your product or service, the next step is to start planning your business. You’ll need to create a business plan, raise capital, and build a team of talented individuals who share your vision. It’s not easy to start a business, but if you’re passionate about your idea and are willing to put in the work, you can achieve success.

2. Do your research and create a business plan

Before you start your business, it’s important to do your research and create a business plan. This will help you determine whether your business is viable and how to make it successful. Begin by researching your industry and target market. This will give you insights into the needs of your customers and how to best meet them. You should also research your competition, so you can differentiate your business and attract more customers.

“Once you have a good understanding of your industry and target market, you can begin creating your business plan. Your plan should include an executive summary, a description of your products or services, financial projections, and a marketing strategy. Don’t worry if you’re not sure where to start—there are plenty of resources available to help you create a comprehensive and effective business plan. With a little effort, you can set yourself up for success from the very beginning.” – states Jon Purizhansky.

3. Build A Network of Mentors and Advisors

A mentor is someone who shares their experience and knowledge with you to help guide you in your professional development. An advisor is someone whose expertise you can rely on when making decisions or solving problems. Both mentors and advisors can be valuable sources of support, so it’s important to build a network of both. Here are some tips for finding mentors and advisors:

– Identify people whose experience and expertise you admire. These can be people you know personally or people you’ve only heard of through their work.

– Reach out to potential mentors and advisors, and explain why you’re interested in learning from them. Be prepared to explain what you hope to gain from the relationship.

– Be open to mentorship and advice in unexpected places. Sometimes the best mentors and advisors are people we don’t initially think of, so it’s important to keep an open mind.

“Building a network of mentors and advisors takes time and effort, but it can be incredibly rewarding. These relationships can provide invaluable support as you navigate your career journey.” – says Jon Purizhansky.

4. Raise money from family and friends

One of the most common ways to raise money for a small business is through family and friends. This can be a great option, as it allows you to tap into a support network of people who are invested in your success. However, there are a few things to keep in mind if you go this route. First, it’s important to have a clear and concise pitch for your business. You should be able to articulate what your business does, how it will make money, and how much you need to raise. second, you need to be prepared to answer tough questions about your business. Your family and friends are likely to want to know more about your plans, and they may even ask for collateral or a personal guarantee. Finally, remember that raising money from family and friends is a big commitment. These people are putting their trust in you, so make sure you use the funds wisely and repay any loans as soon as possible.

5. Launch your business and start marketing it

Starting a business is an exciting and daunting task. There are many important facets to launching a successful company, from developing a unique product or service to building a website and marketing your business. However, one of the most important aspects of starting a business is market research. Without understanding your target market, it will be difficult to create an effective marketing strategy. As you develop your marketing plan, consider who your target customers are, what needs they have that your product or service can address, and how you can reach them most effectively. With a well-researched and targeted marketing plan, you can set your business up for success from the start.

6. Keep learning and growing as an entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur, it’s important to never stop learning and growing. There are always new Opportunities and challenges to face, and the only way to meet them is to be open to new ideas and willing to adapt. Learning doesn’t just mean taking courses or reading books – it also means networking, listening to experts, and attending conferences. Keep your eyes and ears open, and you’ll be sure to find new ways to improve your business. Additionally, don’t forget the importance of self-reflection. Every so often, take a step back and examine your successes and failures. What could you have done better? What would you do differently next time? By constantly striving to improve, you’ll ensure that your business is always moving forward.

There’s no doubt that starting a business is a challenging task. However, by following these six tips, you can set your business up for success. From raising capital to marketing your business, each of these steps is essential to launching a successful company. So get started today, and see where your entrepreneurial journey takes you.

Originally Posted: https://vocal.media/journal/how-to-become-an-entrepreneur-with-no-money-or-experience

Canadian Enterprises Create Social Impact By Hiring Refugees and Immigrants

Canadian Enterprises

In the next few years, Canada is expected to welcome hundreds of thousands refugees. Among the individuals who will be coming through the program are almost 100,000 Afghans, 100,000 Ukrainians who fled the invasion of Russia, and up to 125,000 refugees annually from other countries. Businesses have announced that they will be hiring refugees. Let’s take a look at the various advantages and challenges of this process.

The influx of refugees presents both challenges and opportunities for businesses. On one hand, businesses may face difficulties in finding qualified employees to fill vacant positions. Refugees may not have the same level of education or work experience as other candidates. However, businesses can also benefit from the skills and experiences that refugees bring with them. Refugees often have strong work ethics and are motivated to succeed. They can also provide a cultural diversity that can be beneficial to businesses.

There are a number of ways businesses can support refugees as they make the transition to life in Canada. One way is by providing job training and mentorship programs. Businesses can also offer English language classes and help refugees connect with local community groups. By supporting refugees in this way, businesses can help them find success in their new home country.

Foreign employees can be a great asset to business, but the process of finding and applying for a refugee job can often seem difficult. In this article, we will provide you with some tips on how to find and apply for a refugee job.

WHERE TO FIND REFUGEES

Employers can find potential candidates for their businesses by looking at data on newcomers to the country on the website of the administration of a particular region. Additionally, employers can refer to civil society in refugee settlement. Canada’s 40-year-old Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) program allows community groups to enter into a contract with the federal government to welcome and provide financially, socially and logistically for a refugee individual or family for one full year after arrival in Canada. In that time, the sponsor group, using funds it raises itself, pays for accommodation, food, clothing and other essentials; the amount is stipulated by the government but groups may choose to be more generous. The group also assists refugees to find language training, register their children for public education, and so on.

Refugees are settling unevenly throughout the country, with the main resettlement provinces being Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. The main cities for refugees are Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver.

Connecting with refugee resettlement agencies, immigrant-focused non-profits or welcome centers, and community colleges or adult education centers are all productive places to start if you are looking for potential new employees.

Resettlement agencies work with business to help them find qualified potential employees, assisting with new-hire paperwork, translation and interpretation needs, and follow-up services to ensure mutual satisfaction.

The founder of the global employment platform Joblio Jon Purizhansky believes that the process of hiring foreign workers and refugees should be as transparent and simple as possible in order to reverse the situation on the international labor market: “This would make it easier for businesses to find qualified employees, and would help to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to work. That’s exactly what we’re doing. Every day new businesses from all over the world join us to experience all the benefits of the system created by Joblio.”

SCREENING POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES

If you are considering hiring refugees, it is important to be aware that refugees may have gaps on their resumes that might typically exclude candidates from further consideration, but should not be disqualifying.

Recruiting foreign workers can be a difficult process. Joblio offers the gold standard in the field of international recruiting. Today’s base consists of hundreds of candidates from developing countries who seek to find security and stability in Canada. An individual approach and a thorough background check and resume allows you to identify the strengths of each individual candidate. Employers do not have to waste time looking for foreign workers, they simply contact Joblio with a request and get the most effective staff from motivated foreign employees. At Joblio, we take the time to understand your needs and find the best possible candidates for your company. We have a large pool of qualified candidates who are eager to work in Canada, and our team will do everything possible to match them with the right employer.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/canadian-enterprises-create-social-impact-by-hiring-refugees-and-immigrants/

Labour Shortage Trends In Canada

Labour Shortage Trends

The demand for labour in Canada is constantly increasing, but the number of available workers is not keeping up. This has created a labour shortage in many industries, which is predicted to get worse in the future.

There are several reasons for this labour shortage. Firstly, the baby boomers are retiring in large numbers, and there are not enough young people to replace them. Secondly, many people who might have been interested in working have been discouraged by the weak economy. And finally, many Canadians are choosing to work in other countries where the wages and benefits are better.

The government and businesses are trying to find ways to address this issue. The government has been encouraging immigration and expanding the list of eligible occupations for temporary foreign workers. Businesses are offering higher wages and more flexible working arrangements.

In the first quarter of 2022, the average reservation wage was $22.00 an hour, while the average offered hourly wage was $25.00. This represents a significant increase in both wages over the past year.

Despite these efforts, the labour shortage is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.

“The recruitment process is a critical factor in the success of any organization. In order to find the best candidates, it is important to have a system that is fair and efficient. I believe that the best solution in global recruiting is the use of the gold standard.” — says founder of the global recruiting platform Joblio Jon Purizhansky.

The unemployment-to-job vacancy ratio in Canada

Unemployment in Canada is currently at a record low of 5.8%, amid a record tight labour market. This has created a situation where there are more jobs available than there are unemployed workers to fill them. This has led to a situation where the unemployment-to-job vacancy ratio is at a historical low of 1.6%. This means that for every 16 job vacancies, there are only 1.6 unemployed workers. This situation is forcing businesses to get creative in order to find the workers they need and is resulting in higher wages and better benefits for those workers who are able to find employment.

The unemployment-to-job vacancy ratio is lowest in Quebec and British Columbia. If you’re looking to hire new employees, you may want to consider targeting these provinces.

Despite the challenges, there may be a way out for your business.

As explained by Jon Purizhansky: “You could consider reorienting your hiring strategy and bringing in foreign workers. Foreign workers can help to fill critical gaps in your workforce and can contribute new skills and perspectives to your company. Additionally, they can help to reduce costs and improve efficiency. If you’re looking to expand your business, hiring foreign workers may be the solution you need.”

If you’re thinking of hiring foreign workers, delegating the recruitment process to professionals could be the winning solution. By working with the global employment marketplace Joblio, you’ll have access to a large pool of qualified candidates, and you’ll be able to avoid the hassle and expense of recruiting on your own.

“Joblio platform is accessible globally, so we can help you find the best candidates for your business. We also have expertise in immigration law and HR procedures, so Joblio can help you navigate the complex process of hiring foreign workers.” — states Jon Purizhansky.

Joblio’s team can help your business find qualified candidates to fill open positions quickly and easily. We have a large pool of talented professionals who are ready to be hired, and our program is designed to make the process as simple and efficient as possible. Reach out to us today to learn more about how Joblio can help you find the best employees for your company. We know all about hiring international employees and how to hire immigrants legally.+

Thank you for taking the time to read this article. We hope it was helpful. Reach out to Joblio’s team employer@joblio.co to learn more about the program and how it can benefit your business.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/labour-shortage-trends-in-canada/

Helping Foreign Employees in Crisis

It’s no secret that employee motivation is essential to a company’s success. But what happens when your employees are faced with new challenges, such as moving to a new country for work?

For many migrant workers, the psychological shock of being away from their family and friends can be devastating. Without proper support, they can quickly lose motivation and become ineffective at their jobs.

This is where Joblio’s ACE Program comes in. By providing close communication and support before and after the move, Joblio’s community and operations managers helps employees adjust to their new environment and retain their motivation. This not only reduces turnover but also leads to a more productive workforce.

Employees in various Canadian companies talk about ACE.

The problem to resolve

As migrant workers increasingly come to the fore in developed countries, the need for adaptation programs to help them deal with anxiety and culture shock has become more pressing. Many migrant workers are promised high salaries and good working conditions by unscrupulous employers, only to find themselves trapped in jobs that are little better than slavery. This not only creates a humanitarian crisis but also hampers economic growth and worsens the already-acute shortage of skilled workers. By offering programs that help migrant workers to adapt to their new surroundings and feel more comfortable in their new lives, we can not only improve their well-being, but also encourage them to stay in their jobs and contribute to the economy. In the long run, this will benefit everyone involved.

2. What is Joblio’s ACE Program

Joblio’s migrant worker support team, known as the ACE Program, helps migrant laborers with pre-departure and post-arrival support. The program has a three-step process: awareness, connection, and empowerment. In the awareness stage, migrant workers learn their rights and are connected with Joblio’s team of global ambassadors and community managers. In the connection stage, migrant workers are connected with resources and support systems. In the empowerment stage, migrant workers are given the tools and knowledge they need to be successful in their new jobs. “The program is designed to help migrant workers feel safe and comfortable in their new environment and to provide them with the skills they need to thrive in their new jobs.”, – says Jon Purizhansky, CEO and Founder of Joblio.

2. How the ACE Program helps employees

Unfortunately, migrant employees leave their jobs at a rate at least 20% higher than native workers. The turnover for migrant workers from non-English-speaking countries is even worse – 33% higher than that of natives. Any voluntary turnaround creates costs for employers. But the costs resulting from the turnover of migrant workers can be particularly problematic because the evidence suggests that migrants do not easily move from one local employer to another.

This creates a unique challenge for employers who rely on migrant workers. Not only do they have to contend with the costs associated with turnover, but they also face the prospect of having difficulty filling vacant positions. Given the challenges associated with migrant workers, it is essential for employers to find ways to encourage retention. One way to do this is to provide training and support that helps migrant workers feel valued and connected to their workplace. Additionally, offering competitive wages and benefits can also help to reduce turnover rates among migrant workers. By taking these steps, employers can help to create a more stable workforce and minimize the problems associated with turnover.

The program provides close communication and support before and after the move. Our job seekers begin acclimating to their new homes before they even leave their origin countries. It also ensures they receive continuous support once they land in their new home and face unexpected challenges. By offering pre-departure orientations, the ACE program provides migrant workers with the information and skills they need to navigate their new surroundings. This includes everything from learning about the local culture to understanding the legal process for obtaining work visas. The program also offers post-arrival support, such as airport pick-ups and temporary housing assistance.

By helping migrant workers to overcome the challenges of adaptation, the ACE program plays an essential role in promoting economic growth. Thanks to programs like this, migrant workers are no longer hindered by anxiety and uncertainty when searching for jobs in unfamiliar countries. In fact, the ACE program has been so successful that it is now being expanded to include other industries beyond migrant labor. With a global shortage of skilled workers, the ACE program is helping to fill the gap and ensure that businesses can continue to thrive.

3. Why the ACE Program is beneficial for employers

The ACE Program not only helps migrant workers to assimilate into their new surroundings but also provides employers with a pool of highly skilled and motivated employees. In an increasingly global economy, businesses need to be able to attract and retain top talent from around the world. By offering programs that help foreign workers to adjust to their new environment, employers can make sure that they are getting the most out of their employee’s skills and abilities. In addition, the ACE program helps to reduce employee turnover rates. “When workers feel supported and comfortable in their new jobs, they are more likely to stay with their employer for the long term. This not only saves businesses money on training and recruitment costs but also leads to a more productive workforce,”- explains Jon Purizhansky.

4. The results of the ACE Program

The ACE Program has been highly successful in helping migrant workers to assimilate into their new surroundings. In one study, 97% of participants said that the program had helped them to feel more comfortable in their new jobs. 93% said that the program had improved their work performance. Thanks to programs like this, businesses are able to attract and retain top talent from around the world, while also reducing employee turnover rates. In an increasingly global economy, the ACE Program is helping to ensure that businesses can continue to thrive.

The ACE Program is highly successful in helping migrant workers to assimilate into their new surroundings. The program provides close communication and support before and after the move, ensuring that employees receive continuous support once they land in their new home. By offering pre-departure orientations and post-arrival support, the ACE program provides migrant workers with the information and skills they need to navigate their new surroundings. This includes everything from learning about the local culture to understanding the legal process for obtaining work visas. Thanks to programs like this, businesses are able to attract and retain top talent from around the world, while also reducing employee turnover rates. In an increasingly global economy, the ACE Program is helping to ensure that businesses can continue to thrive.

Reach out to Joblio’s team employer@joblio.co to learn more about the program and how it can benefit your business.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-reduces-staff-turnover-by-helping-foreign-employees-in-crisis/

How Refugees Facilitate Business Growth

Refugees Facilitate

There has been a lot of discussion in the media about refugees in recent months. Some argue that they are a burden to society, while others claim they provide essential skills and talents that benefit the economy. What is often overlooked is the fact that refugees can facilitate business growth.

Jon Purizhansky, the founder and CEO at global recruitment platform says that refugees can be beneficial to our economy. He offers his reasoning why in this article by telling us about how they’ve helped him grow his business into what it is today with hard work but also highlighting some key benefits we’ll receive from welcoming these newcomers on board!

1. The global refugee crisis and its impact on businesses

The current global refugee crisis has led to an influx of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries. This has put a strain on social services and infrastructure, as well as creating challenges for businesses trying to operate in these countries.

However, it’s important to remember that the majority of refugees are not fleeing their homes because they want to; they’re doing so because they have no other choice. And many of them are highly skilled and educated individuals who can contribute a lot to our economy.

2. How refugees can facilitate business growth

Refugees often arrive in new countries with few belongings and little money. This can lead them to start their own businesses, as they have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

3. How businesses can benefit from refugees

Despite the challenges that businesses face when accommodating refugees, there are also a number of ways in which they can benefit from doing so. For example, refugees often have skills and talents that can contribute to the growth of a business. Additionally, providing assistance to refugees can help to improve a business’s image and reputation.

4 Reduce the shortage of labor at the expense of refugees

“The current global refugee crisis has led to a shortage of labor in many industries. This is especially true in the agricultural sector, where refugees make up a large portion of the workforce. In order to reduce the shortage of labor, some countries have begun to allow refugees to work in their agricultural sector. This policy has several benefits. First, it helps to address the root cause of the labor shortage by increasing the supply of workers. Second, it provides refugees with much-needed employment opportunities, which can help them to integrate into their new communities. Finally, it helps to boost the local economy by increasing the demand for goods and services. Consequently, reducing the shortage of labor at the expense of refugees is a win-win solution for all involved.” – states Jon Purizhansky.

5. The importance of welcoming refugees

As explained by Jon Purizhansky, while businesses may be hesitant to welcome refugees due to the challenges associated with doing so, it is important to remember that these individuals are human beings who deserve our compassion and assistance. By welcoming refugees into our businesses, we can help to make their lives better and contribute to the growth and prosperity of our economy.

Overall, it is clear that refugees can facilitate business growth in a number of ways. They bring with them a wealth of skills and talents, and their entrepreneurial spirit can help to boost the economy. Additionally, helping refugees to integrate into the workforce can alleviate labor shortages in many industries. Finally, welcoming refugees into our businesses helps to show compassion and humanity. In light of all these benefits, it is evident that businesses should do everything they can to welcome refugees.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/how-refugees-facilitate-business-growth/

Business Growth Opportunities In Slowing Economy

An economic slowdown can affect some companies more than others. However, when the recession hits, most executives and their teams will need to find ways to overcome the challenges that arise. Contrary to popular belief, a recession does not mean that all hope for growth is lost. A slowing economic climate can create business opportunities if leaders know how to take advantage of them. Here are four ways to start a business, as suggested by Jon Purizhansky, the founder of Joblio Inc.

To grow your customer base, focus on increasing your marketing efforts

Any business owner knows that acquiring new customers is essential to the growth and success of a company. However, during tough economic times, it may be necessary to increase marketing efforts to your existing customer base. Although they may not be spending as much, people generally don’t buy products and services they don’t know about. So, by increasing your marketing efforts to current customers, you can help maintain sales and keep your business afloat during a recession. It’s important to remember that even though times are tough, people still need (and want) your product or service. By reaching out and reminding them of what you have to offer, you can stay top-of-mind and ensure continued success for your business.

“When the economy slows down, business owners and managers may start to worry about how they will maintain profits or continue to grow if consumers reduce their spending. The difficulties associated with the recession are prompting business leaders to take actions that reflect consumer behavior, such as finding ways to cut costs, postponing major projects, or freezing hiring.” – says Jon Purizhansky.

2. Review your pricing strategy

A recession can be a good time to review your company’s pricing strategy. When consumers are spending less, businesses need to find ways to make their products and services more affordable. This may involve discounts, bundling, or other types of price adjustments.

In addition to making changes to the prices of individual products and services, companies may also want to consider changing their overall pricing strategy. For example, during a recession, businesses may want to move from a premium pricing strategy to a value-based pricing strategy. This involves offering customers lower prices in exchange for loyalty or repeat business.

3. Cut costs without compromising quality

In order to maintain profits during a recession, businesses need to find ways to cut costs without compromising quality. This can be a difficult balance to strike, but it is important to remember that customers still expect high-quality products and services – even when the economy is struggling.

One way to cut costs without sacrificing quality is to streamline your operations. This may involve automating processes, outsourcing work, or reducing staff. Another option is to negotiate better deals with suppliers. If you can get the same level of quality for less money, it will free up more resources to invest in other areas of your business.

As explained by Jon Purizhansky, quality should never be skimped on, as this can lead to losing loyal customers.

4. Focus on cash flow

During a recession, businesses need to be extra careful about managing their cash flow. This means tracking expenses closely and making sure that you have enough money coming in to cover your outgoings.

“One way to improve cash flow is to offer customers more flexible payment terms. For example, you could allow them to pay in installments or offer discounts for early payment. Another option is to invoice customers as soon as the work is completed, rather than waiting until the end of the month.” – states Jon Purizhansky

Following these tips can help your business weather a recession and come out the other side stronger. By focusing on your existing customers, cutting costs, and managing cash flow carefully, you can keep your business afloat – even when times are tough.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/business-growth-opportunities-in-slowing-economy/

Entrepreneurs Share This Important Personality Trait

People who are successful in entrepreneurship tend to have great personality traits: they are risk takers. This means that they are not afraid to take chances and put themselves out there, even if there is a possibility of failure. Instead, they see failure as a learning opportunity and something that can help them grow. As a result, these individuals are more likely to succeed in their ventures. Jon Purizhansky is the founder of Joblio Inc., a company that helps connect talented professionals with the best jobs in their field. Here, he shares his secrets to success.

1. Believe in yourself

If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else is going to believe in you either. You need to have faith in your own abilities and be confident in your decisions. Only then will you be able to achieve success.

“Believe in yourself and the impossible becomes possible.” – says Jon Purizhansky.

2. Stay focused

In order to achieve success, you need to stay focused on your goals and ignore distractions. This means setting priorities and working diligently towards your objectives. Don’t get sidetracked by things that are irrelevant to your goals.

3. Persevere

No one achieves success overnight. It takes hard work, dedication, and perseverance. Don’t give up when things get tough – keep pushing forward until you reach your goals.

4. Be persistent

In addition to being persistent, you also need to be patient. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and success doesn’t happen overnight either. It takes time and effort to achieve anything worthwhile. So be patient and keep working hard until you reach your goals.

5. Be flexible

The world is constantly changing, and you need to be able to adapt to new situations. This means being flexible and open-minded.

“Don’t be afraid to change your plans if necessary. The ability to adapt is key to success.” – states Jon Purizhansky.

6. Take risks

As we mentioned before, successful entrepreneurs are risk takers. They’re not afraid to put themselves out there and take chances. This willingness to take risks is what sets them apart from the rest.

As explained by Jon Purizhansky, if you’re afraid to do something, it’s probably a good idea to do it. This is because fear is usually a sign that you’re about to do something exciting and new. And even if things don’t go according to plan, you’ll still be glad that you took a risk.

7. Be prepared

You need to be prepared for both success and failure. Plan for the worst and hope for the best. This way, you’ll be ready for anything that comes your way.

These are just a few of the important personality traits that successful entrepreneurs share. If you want to be successful in business, it’s important to develop these qualities. With hard work and dedication, anything is possible. So go out there and achieve your dreams!

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/entrepreneurs-share-this-important-personality-trait/

Joblio Inc. Appoints Tsvi Kan-Tor as Vice Chairman of Executive Board

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Joblio Inc., the transparent and tech-enabled recruitment platform for foreign talent, today announced the appointment of Tsvi Kan-Tor as Vice Chairman of its Executive Board. A seasoned legal luminary, Kan-Tor will bring his wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure that Joblio works seamlessly with other global organizations in upholding labor laws and protecting the rights of foreign workers. The announcement is made by Joblio Founder and CEO Jon Purizhansky, subsequent to other notable board additions, including its new Chairman, David Arkless.

“We are all excited to have someone of Tsvi’s caliber join us in advancing ethical employment of foreign talent,” said Purizhansky. “Tsvi possesses an unmatched experience and understanding of global labor laws and has been instrumental in developing some of the guidelines that defend and protect the rights of migrant workers today.”

Kan-Tor is a founding partner of Kan-Tor & Acco, a global corporate immigration law firm headquartered in Israel, and is a leading expert in business immigration and global migration. He has developed strategic, proactive, and advanced immigration programs and solutions regarding the international transfer of employees in numerous sectors, including tech and biotech, pharmaceutical, construction, energy, gas, and transportation.

A regular commentator on employment-related immigration law, Kan-Tor earned a law degree from Tel Aviv University and has served as Chair of the Visa Committee of the Israel America Chamber of Commerce since 2016. He is a member of the Committee on Foreign Workers of the Israel Bar Association, responsible for leading legislative and policy activities concerning the entry of foreign experts to Israel, and is a member of the Immigration & Nationality Law Committee of the International Bar Association and a foreign attorney member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. For his many professional accomplishments in the field of immigration law, Kan-Tor has been recognized in the prestigious Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers.

“Joblio’s goal is to prove that global recruiting can be done in a fully compliant, efficient, fair, transparent and equitable manner. My role is to help Joblio prove that it is possible to achieve all of that,” said Kan-Tor, who will continue his role at Kan-Tor & Acco while serving as Vice Chairman of Joblio’s Executive Board.

Regarded as the gold standard in the field of international recruiting, Joblio is on a mission to redefine the global labor market with a transparent, systematized, and humanized platform that is accessible to workers and employers around the world. As global labor shortages continue to put a strain on supply chains, more employers are looking internationally to add skilled and talented workers to their organizations. Through its proprietary Applicant Concierge Experience (ACE) program, Joblio not only helps workers find foreign employment, it also prepares them to acclimate to their new homes before they even leave their country. For more information, visit joblio.co.

ABOUT JOBLIO INC.

Founded by N.Y. attorney Jon Purizhansky and chaired by David Arkless, the former president of the Manpower Group, Joblio operates more efficient recruitment, training, and retraining processes for cross-border employment. The company’s proprietary Applicant Concierge Experience (ACE) program is focused on pre-departure and post-arrival community management, helping international job seekers to begin acclimating to their new homes even before they leave their countries of origin. Differentiated from the non-transparent and inefficient practices of the current global migrant labor market, Joblio’s accessible global platform removes unethical intermediaries from the process, freeing up more economic value for employers and laborers. Its streamlined and transparent hiring process results in faster applicant processing, higher employee satisfaction, and lower employee attrition. To learn more, visit joblio.co.

Originally Posted: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/joblio-inc-appoints-tsvi-kan-tor-as-vice-chairman-of-the-executive-board-301599531.html

Canadian Labor Market Overview

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Statistics Canada has released information on the number of jobs in June 2022. It shows a drop in the unemployment rate to its lowest level since 1976. From this data, let’s find out if this is good or bad and what is happening to the Canadian economy.

Statistics:

Canada has lost 43,200,000 jobs in June 2022, contrary to forecasts of an increase of 22,500. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell to a record low of 4.9%. The number of unemployed stands at 1 million, which is the lowest since 1981. The current economic situation is due to a reduction of almost 100,000 workers.

Reflecting the shortage of workers, the average hourly wage rate rose by 5.2% compared to last May’s figure of 3.9%. This is also the fastest increase in rates since 1997, aside from the pandemic.

What the figures mean

The statistics show that the Canadian economy is facing peak employment and will continue to stay that way as it tries to contain the surge in wages.

“The low unemployment rate shows that the labour market is extremely tight,” said Royce Mendes , head of macroeconomic strategy at Desjardins Securities Inc. in a report to investors. “This was evident from the wages increase figures, which exceeded even the most reckless expectations of a projected acceleration. “

Employment market

Students and researchers at Carleton University presented a study during the IEEE Computers, Software, and Applications Conference, based on a new web platform that allows jobseekers to make informed career decisions based on financial and lifestyle factors.

The study presents employment market intelligence, most of which seems fairly logical. For example, the number of vacancies in provinces with major cities, such as British Columbia, is significantly higher than in provinces without major cities. This is not surprising because a larger population implies more job opportunities.

British Columbia, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta have more vacancies for technical and intermediate jobs than the rest of the country.

IN-DEMAND AREAS FOR THE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL:

  • Medical diagnostics
  • Cosmetology
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Nursing
  • Nutritiology and dietetics
  • Forensic medicine
  • Banking, finance and insurance

It is important to note that Prince Edward Island has a high demand for jobs compared to the size of its population.

According to Canada’s national employment service, Job Bank, skilled workers in the hotel sector and catering market are in highest demand.

Labour shortages in Ontario

Despite a general decline in labour demand, Ontario is still experiencing a severe labour shortage. Therefore, Ontario Prime Minister Doug Ford plans to raise the issues of immigration and labour shortages.

Ontario’s immigration agreement with the federal government expires in the fall, and the province is pushing for more skilled workers and more flexibility in the types of workers it can attract.

According to the Minister of Labour, Monte McNaughton, hundreds of thousands of jobs remain vacant in Ontario, and at great cost to the economy. The province is also pushing to double the number of immigrants under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program.

But would greater flexibility in responding to the demands of potential migrant workers and an increase in the quota under the provincial program help solve the issue? Partially, yes.  There is a need to make the process of transferring, adapting and motivating foreign workers more accessible and attractive. It is particularly important to set up an operational mechanism for the rapid recruitment of motivated foreign workers.

We are ready to provide this efficient mechanism – the global recruitment and employment platform Joblio. We connect employers directly with qualified candidates and increase the success rate of jobs through our comprehensive ACE program.

Joblio offers four accessible user interfaces for a streamlined and transparent recruitment process, resulting in faster candidate processing, increased job satisfaction and reduced turnover.

In order to recruit as quickly as possible, employers simply send us a job advertisement. We do the rest: we select the best candidates, check their background, help them with the paperwork, meet them, fit them and send them to the workplace.

If you are a company manager, you have probably experienced a shortage of quality labour. The main challenge is to find and hire employees quickly. Joblio can help you recruit motivated employees as we have professionals from 45 markets. Send your job listing to employer@joblio.co and we will help you overcome the labour shortage quickly and efficiently.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/canadian-labor-market-overview-new/

Ukrainian Refugees Find Employment In Ontario, Canada

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Joblio Inc has today announced that it has successfully secured jobs for the first group of Ukrainian refugees resettled in Canada. The ethical recruitment platform is regarded as the gold standard in the field of cross-border employment and teamed up with Canadian companies to help the refugees find employment across Canada.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Joblio has helped Ukrainian refugees fleeing the horrendous conflict to find employment in Canada. Jon Purizhansky, CEO and co-founder of Joblio Inc, has reiterated the company’s commitment to assisting refugees from Ukraine and insists that it will continue to channel its resources to facilitate their rapid introduction into safer countries.

“Our focus at Joblio is to revolutionize migrant assimilation by offering continuous support to help them face unexpected challenges.” – Jon Purizhansky.

Joblio Inc. efficiently handled all aspects of their job hunting process – from the preparation and execution of documents to resume development, search for sponsors, organization of meetings, and search for housing.

To ease the difficult affair of relocation, Starlight Investments came forward to  provide accommodations for resettled refugees, with flexible terms to allow them to build stability without worrying about immediate bills. Founded in 2011, the North American Real Estate firm manages assets on behalf of publicly listed, institutional, and private investors and has reaffirmed its commitment to creating sustainable and modern living spaces where people want to live, work, shop, and play.

Our hearts and thoughts are with the people of Ukraine, and we will continue to do all we can to support and help them get through these trying times. We understand the challenges of a sudden move abroad and are working together to be as flexible as possible.”

 – Simone Webb, Starlight Executive Director of National Leasing,  Starlight Investments.

Founded by Jon Purizhansky and chaired by the former president of the Manpower Group David Arkless, Joblio operates more efficient recruitment, training, and retraining process for cross-border employment . The company’s proprietary Applicant Concierge Experience (ACE) program is focused on pre-departure and post-arrival community management, helping international job seekers to begin acclimating to their new homes even before they leave their countries of origin.

Differentiated from the non-transparent and inefficient practices of the current global migrant labor market, Joblio’s accessible global platform removes the unethical middlemen from the process, freeing up more economic value for both employers and laborers. Its streamlined and transparent hiring process results in faster applicant processing, higher employee satisfaction, and lower employee attrition.

To learn more about the revolutionary practices of the leading recruitment company please reach out to Joblio via the contact info below.

Media Contacts:
Joblio, Inc.
Attn: Media Relations
Miami, FL 33180
cmo@joblio.co
https://joblio.co

Originally Posted: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ukrainian-refugees-find-employment-in-ontario-canada-through-joblio-platform-301587225.html

Ex Manpower Group Executive Will Lead Refugee Hire Movement

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David Arkless was appointed as Chairman of The Board at Joblio, a technological platform for cross-border employment.

Jon Purizhansky, the CEO of Joblio, announced today that David Arkless will be the Chairman of the Board of the company.

Joblio’s global platform eliminates the need for third parties, and it allows companies to get a more efficient and effective way to hire new workers. It offers a variety of user interfaces that help speed up the hiring process and improve the efficiency of its operations.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Jobilio has helped hundreds of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the horrendous conflict to find employment in Canada, Germany, Romania, Poland.

David Arkless has an extensive experience in the HR industry and is regarded as a leading human rights expert.

As Chairman of the Board of Directors of Joblio, David will lead the company’s global expansion.

Joblio’s tech-enabled platform allows companies to conduct talent searches, to hire and manage cross-border workers.

The platform is and will always be free for the workers in accordance with the regulations of the International Labour Organisation.

With over 20 years of experience in international relations, David brings a unique perspective to the Board of Directors of Joblio. He has worked with various governments and international organizations in the UK, China, and the US.

As the Vice-President of the International Confederation of Private Employment Agencies (CIETT), he has been instrumental in the establishment of international initiatives aimed at fighting against human trafficking and slavery.

He is also a founding member of the California Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act. As Chairman of the Board of Directors of Joblio, he will continue to establish the gold standard of ethical and safe employment.

For over 20 years, David has been a significant member of the global HR industry landscape, and now, as the strategic leader of Joblio’s team, he believes that the company’s technology can help end the abuse of foreign and domestic workers. Despite the various initiatives that have been made to address the issue of human trafficking and slavery, the HR industry still has not come up with an effective global framework to protect workers.

Jon Purizhansky, CEO of Joblio: “ David is a recognized expert in the field of human capital management. Joblio managed to tackle an extremely complex operational process of cross-border employment and pack it in a user-friendly experience available on 4 interfaces. Employers in Canada and other countries, that provide employment to Ukrainian refugees, are the pioneers of the ethical employment movement.”

The global labor shortages are putting a strain on the supply chains of companies and organizations. Despite the calls to address these issues, the high churn rates that are affecting the hiring process have prevented employers from finding new workers.

One of the most effective ways to address the issue of labor shortages is by investing in the communities where migrant workers live and work. Through its proprietary program, Joblio is able to provide a more efficient way to recruit and train new workers. The company’s platform is designed to help organizations manage their post-arrival community management.

Joblio’s global platform eliminates the need for third parties, and it allows companies to get a more efficient and effective way to hire new workers. It offers a variety of user interfaces that help speed up the hiring process and improve the efficiency of its operations.

For complete information, visit: https://joblio.co

Originally Posted: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ex-manpowergroup-executive-lead-refugee-120000007.html

Jon Purizhansky on Deprogram with Michael Parker

Jon Purizhansky, the founder of Joblio.co , spent an hour with Michael Parker on TNT Radio in Los Angeles. Joblio is a unique social impact company that protects human rights of labor migrants globally and creates better future for refugees. Ex-refugee himself, Jon Purizhansky tells his life story and explains Joblio which is turning into one of the most powerful social impact initiatives in the world today.

More Info: https://tntradiolive.podbean.com/e/jon-purizhansky-on-deprogram-with-michael-parker-30-june-2022/

Jon Purizhansky and his creation www.joblio.co

Jon Purizhansky

Jon Purizhansky wants to bring order to the chaotic global system of migrant labor. Dedicated to disrupting the global supply chain of human labour, Purizhansky is injecting ethics and technological accountability into one of our oldest and most vital markets. He also is an avid follower of US and International economics and politics.

By way of background, Jon Purizhansky is an international lawyer and an entrepreneur from Buffalo, New York. He is an avid follower of US and International economics and politics. Every year, millions of migrants venture out across the world to provide the labour that keeps our agriculture, industrial, and commercial sectors afloat.

The winner of the Abrahamic Business Circle’s “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection,” Jon has spent years raising awareness about the plight of migrant workers around the world. Joblio is a global social impact project that helps labor migrants connect with their prospective employers directly in circumvention of middlemen.

Jon is committed to upholding humanitarian standards in the international migrant labour industry through Joblio’s digital platform. Jon Purizhansky is the Founder of Joblio, Inc ( joblio.co ) and is based in Buffalo, New York. He is an avid follower of US and New York Economics.

Jon Purizhansky is a lawyer, entrepreneur and commentator in New York. Jon’s mission is to uphold human rights around the world by dismantling unethical hiring practices while updating global standards for human rights protection. This was a formative process for Jon Purizhansky — living in Austria, Italy, and eventually the US as a refugee taught Jon Purizhansky what it means to be a migrant.

At a very early age, Jon Purizhansky fled his country as refugees and lived in Austria, and then Italy. That’s why innovators like Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky are making such a seismic impact around the world with new technology platforms. He is focused on bringing transparency and efficiency into otherwise non-transparent ecosystems globally and was awarded the Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection in 2021.

Jon Purizhansky is the founder and CEO of Joblio, a digital platform that prevents fraud, protects human rights and provides a transparent and efficient recruitment process for the global labor market. Purizhansky was granted the “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” and esteemed for his innovative talents which have greatly bolstered migrant well being around the world.

You never know what kind of person you’re going to meet or how they’re going to broaden yhis cultural horizons. Jon Purizhansky is the founder of Joblio.co. Eventually, Jon Purizhansky decided to study law in America so that he could help make the world a better place. Jon Purizhansky also knows what it’s like to be a migrant laborer; Jon Purizhansky had to work as he moved to help his family survive. One of the great things about living in New York is that it’s an essentially American hub of immigration and culture. He was awarded for his work in the sector of ethical global recruitment.

Jon Purizhansky is a New York lawyer with years of international experience focused on leveraging technology to bring transparency and efficiency into otherwise non-transparent ecosystems globally. Jon Purizhansky thinks being around so many different people for most of his life is what inspired Jon Purizhansky to get involved in international business in the first place. Before founding Joblio as an innovative tech platform, Jon practiced immigration law in the state of New York and gained deep insights into the lives of vulnerable populations on the move. He recently represented Joblio at the 2021 Investment in Sustainable Development Conference hosted by the CC Forum in the Cote d’Azur.

Joblio’s CEO and global relocation expert Jon Purizhansky has received an “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” from the Abrahamic Business Circle in Dubai, UAE. Jon Purizhansky grew up in Belarus, in what used to be the USSR. And the concept is brilliant. With decades of international experience, Jon Purizhansky reports on a wide variety of economic and political issues. Joblio is a global social impact project that helps labor migrants connect with their prospective employers directly in the circumvention of middlemen.

In this interview, we sit down with the head of Joblio to discuss the hows and whys of his platform’s continued expansion across the globe. Joblio is a technology platform and compliance engine that seesk to bring the light into the darkest industry in the world – the industry of labor migration.

About Jon Purizhansky: Jon Purizhansky is the CEO of Joblio and a New York lawyer with years of international business experience. Please join me in this wonderful discussion with Jon, and hear about his own journey as an immigrant. Purizhansky’s pioneering of ethical recruitment in the global migrant labour industry was praised by the Abrahamic Business Circle at an event in the United Arab Emirates centered on humanitarian accomplishments.

Joblio is a a global social impact project that helps labor migrants. Please welcome to our show a man with a global vision, John Purizhansky, co-founder and CEO of Joblio. At a time when global migration continues to surge, Jon is proud to stand with the migrants supercharging our modern economy.

Jon Purizhansky is a New York lawyer with many years of international experience in leveraging technology to bring transparency and efficiency to an otherwise opaque global ecosystem. Jon Purizhansky from Buffalo, New York is a Finance commentator out of New York. Joblio is also an easy way for employers to find workers, and employees find much needed work while being treated with respect and dignity. Jon Purizhansky is a New York lawyer with years of international experience focused on leveraging technology to bring transparency and efficiency into ecosystems globally.

He is focused on leveraging technology to bring transparency and efficiency into otherwise non-transparent ecosystems globally. Understanding the migrant experience is part of why Jon Purizhansky started Joblio with the aim of helping migrants find safe, well-compensated work around the world. Jon Purizhansky is the CEO of Joblio and a New York lawyer with years of international business experience.

Joblio is a global technology platform that helps refugees and migrant laborers find work around the world that is ethically, legally, and morally upstanding. Few people understand the fragility of the global labour supply chain. Before Joblio, Jon Purizhansky was practicing immigration law in New York. Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky was recently honored by the Abrahamic Business Circle in Dubai for his outstanding humanitarianism in the field of global migration.

The global movement of labour is one of the oldest trades known to man, and the current marketplace for workers is as sordid and inefficient as it’s ever been. Representatives of the Circle praised Joblio as a revolutionary platform that secured human rights in a crucial economic sector in dire need of ethical reform. In addition to law and business, Jon is renowned for his public speaking on the topics of humanitarianism and ethical recruitment.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/jon-purizhansky-and-his-creation-www-joblio-co/

What Mistakes to Avoid When Starting A Business

Not every businessperson manages to be prosperous in his or her first endeavor. Everyone at any phase makes a mistake. Mistakes can let tycoons learn. But you don’t have to make every blunder on your own to learn. You can also learn from the corporate blunders made by others says Jon Purizhansky.

According to an entrepreneur, if you are not ashamed of your first product, you have launched too late. Do you have a business notion? If so, then you should be ready to try out it right away; before someone else would jump in and start getting the profits.

With your first endeavor, you should be prepared to trial and learn. This will result in making errors. But you should be making some different mistakes rather than making the similar old ones that are made by every tycoon.

Here are a few mistakes that help you in learning from the mistakes that the first-time founder made. Let’s take a deep dive:

1. Ignoring the market risk – The new tycoons are generally so enthusiastic to start their corporate that they don’t assess the market risk, in the beginning, emphasizes Jon Purizhansky. What goes wrong here is that regardless of a good plan, a different notion, the business doesn’t find enough consumers to serve, and the consequence is not so good revenues to persist in the market? Also, the competition in the market is exceptionally high, and because of the poor study of the market, the corporate doesn’t survive for long. In short, external factors like market forces do matter and entrepreneurs must keep them in deliberation when running their own business.

2. Do not let everyone interfere – Mostly, Newbies could be enthusiastic to pursue help from everyone capable to help, which, on the one hand, is good. However, on the other hand, you don’t let everyone get into your business. According to Jon Purizhansky, most businesspersons fail because they start pursuing guidance from every one, without distinguishing if the individuals giving their assistance are proficient enough to do so. It does not mean that somebody would advise you to be somewhat immoral, but the advice from the persons out of your niche might not be pertinent for yours.

3. Ignoring customers – Even if you have created an outdo product or service that is enormously required by the customers, even then, you have to make sure that you are giving the right value to the clientele. Sometimes, the merely required thing is handling the clients more courteously and capitalizing on the training of the staff to deal with the patrons. But if you’ll overlook it as a non-needed thing at the initial stage as most of the start-ups do, then you won’t be capable to make an accomplishment story out of your corporate says Jon Purizhansky.

4. Do not be in hurry – Another prominent business blunder that you can do here is to cultivate at a very quick rate. Doing this is so perilous, and newbies don’t truly understand this. You must have a secure base before you can even contemplate growing your corporate. An unplanned business base can turn everything down, and you should make sure that you evade this mistake.

5. Overlooking the prominence of funding- Finance is the most essential thing that you should not overlook in any case. If you have got the seed capital, that does not mean that this finance is going to be sufficient for the whole year. The type of seed funding, your corporate required, and what’s enclosed in it are all some of the vital things that a newbie should have a continuous eye on. Don’t make this slipup of entrepreneurship and ensure to make all plans initially says Jon Purizhansky.

5 Ways to Develop An Entrepreneurial Mindset

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Having an entrepreneurial mindset can make ambitious businesspeople successful in their niche. In short, an entrepreneurial attitude is the establishment of business accomplishment. Hence, it is vital to know why and how you can cultivate this mindset, and Jon Purizhansky will explain it to you in this article. Utilizing different online available tools and exercises, you can cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset.

Why having an Entrepreneurial mindset is important

It is necessary to have an entrepreneurial mindset due to a lot of reasons including:

• Tycoons with a good mindset are capable to perform at a higher level and accomplish more.

• You can develop your business notion to the fullest. With an entrepreneurial mindset, you have the chance of finding the right idea.

• An individual with this mindset can perform well during the validation as well as execution phase.

• It doesn’t matter that you are working for someone; an entrepreneurial mindset gives you the tools to shine in whatever you do. Hence, do not overlook this characteristic.

How you can develop an entrepreneurial mindset

Different aspects make up the entrepreneurial mindset. Here Jon Purizhansky has shared five aspects to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. Let’s take a deep dive:

• Resourcefulness — The very first aspect when starting to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset is to become a resourceful person. You must be capable to gather the information to execute your business notion. Being resourceful as a tycoon can take a long time you want to run a large-scale business. To get more resourceful, you should try new things and discover the options that are obtainable for you.

• Persistence — Perseverance is a mindset, not a quality. You can learn how to persevere. Being determined means putting your nose to the grindstone when times are tough. For instance, this could be turning when things don’t formally work out instead of giving up and trying something different. This is a huge outbreak of many new businesspersons these days says Jon Purizhansky. They do not persist.

When newbies start thinking of a business notion or even get to the point of implementation if there are no instant consequences, individuals without an entrepreneurial mentality will be left. An individual with this attitude will endure to put their head down and work to get things done. This umbrella term alone will make the difference between a prosperous tycoon and a non-successful businessperson.

• Think differently — Thinking differently will help you in ways you can’t visualize if you want to think of a corporate notion that is fresh, imaginative, and has the prospective to cultivate new markets. An entrepreneurial mindset sift is not as easy as it sounds emphasis Jon Purizhansky. There are different tools and exercises available to help you find out new ways to think of business ideas.

• Agility — Having an agile attitude lets you be open to modification and make amendments when required. Agility is attained through the ingenuousness to variation. This will help you to take hold of the opportunity in front of you and execute it to the fullest.

• Resilience in the face of disappointment — When you are setting yourself up for numerous possible failures on a voyage towards accomplishment, erudition of how to drop five times and get back up six is vital for endurance. And learning to accept failure with a huge smile on your face is furtive to flourishing in an unpredictable atmosphere, Jon Purizhansky says. A vigorous rapport with disappointment lets you stop wasting time and energy on embarrassment, erudition, and acclimating from the blunders of the past to create sturdier choices in the future.

How to Make Your Startup More Productive

Starting a business is a worthy achievement for any businessperson. However, a prosperous business venture doesn’t only get initiated but must also accomplish the vision. If you are running a business already, you possibly know that the actual dare is converting your startup into a scalable and lucrative enterprise says Jon Purizhansky.

The key factor for a startup to flourish is time. A startup corporation must be competent to provide its products on time. Meanwhile, other contenders might be offering the same solutions your startup is providing. Hence, to get a competitive benefit, focus on productivity. In this article, you will get to know the ways to make your startup more productive:

Take full advantage of technology – You should automate the tedious tasks so that the staffs can emphasis on more substantial activities. There are numerous technology tools available online to do this. Utilizing such automatic software can lessen the responsibility of the team and make them more effective. And the effectiveness of your time and resource management defines how productive your startup can be.

For instance, allocating your team with so many job details may not be a good tactic as this may devastate your employees. As a result, tasks with top priorities may be ignored, emphasis Jon Purizhansky. To evade this, you should use technology to handle occupations with less priority to boost the work efficiency of employees.

Provide remote setup for employees – Working remotely lets employees be more flexible. With software solutions that can modernize your processes, a remote environment can mend alliance by keeping all the important data in a single access. This means the team members do not need to commute.

Furthermore, working from home causes lesser social disruptions, like needless phone calls and chattering with colleagues. The entrepreneur can also save office resources like workspace, electricity, and parking area, by providing a remote work environment to your workforce.

Stimulate autonomy, don’t intervene – This is one of the best ways to boost the productivity and inventiveness of your employee. It is good for you as an entrepreneur to step back. You should let your employees manage their tasks independently; you trusted them ample to join your business, so you should be capable to give them a job and let them bet on it. This increases enthusiasm, and you’ll find that the more possessed individual is competent to take on his/her role, the better work they will do at it.

Eradicate email, simplify internal communications – The very first thing most people do in free time or when they wake up is to check their email says Jon Purizhansky. The continuous buzzing of email notices for apparently useless time-sensitive info is the cause of a lot of interruption and less productivity in startups. This tool is outmoded for internal communications. Hence, tycoons should use other tools that make the whole process of team communications improved and more productive. Try to use the tools such as Slack or Asana or others instead of email to improve collaborative work efficiency and increase productivity amongst your employees.

Evaluate the result at end of the day – Time is crucial for every business venture. Every day must contribute to the accomplishment of your aims. You should evaluate what crucial tasks you have finished every day to find out how many steps you need to reach the goal. Also, you should make an attainment list to know whether you are achieving your goals. Besides that, you require to improve cumulative your productivity. It is crucial to inquire where you have to put effort and keep that reminder.

Wrapping up

Setting up and running a startup is not an easy feat. Tycoons come across numerous challenges every day. Above are a few tips shared by Jon Purizhansky to keep your venture productive no matter what challenge you are facing.  

How to Achieve Product Market Fit for Startups in 2022

Product Market

When your product or services can satisfy the needs of the spectators, it will reach product-market fit. In this blog, Jon Purizhansky has shared what to do and what not to accomplish the same. Every year hundreds of startups start everywhere with what sounds like the next great thing in tech that’s going to transform the business and you have observed that the majority of them fail.

A startup fails for a variety of reasons and not achieving the product-market fit is one of them. It is because the product or solution startup has created is not selling. Consumers are not speaking about it; they don’t comprehend its values, declining sales, and so on. It’s not the product-market fit. Let’s learn more about the product-market fit.

What is Product-Market Fit and How to achieve it?

In simple words, product-market fit means your startup is in a good market with a product or service that can gratify that marketplace. Just remember that market needs to be good and not your product says Jon Purizhansky. And you should create a half-decent product that fulfills the need of the market or be better than the existing one. Let’s learn how to achieve product-market fit:

  • Find your target consumer

Your potential consumers will get the most out of what product or services you are providing. Hence, you need to comprehend customers to have an efficacious and lucrative product. Your team must comprehend who they will be concentrating on while planning and creating the product.

Initially, it was hard to nail down a particular persona, but you can keep repeating by conducting product study, thorough market research, and understanding your rivalry. The deeper you go, the better the probabilities are that you will be capable to discover unanswered pain points of your prospective clients.

  • Find the patron’s agony point

Once you have done with your target market identification, you need to gather information from patrons concerning their needs and if they are gratified with the product or not. Such information helps you to produce a product or solution to be a perfect market fit says Jon Purizhansky.

  • Know your value proposition

The value proposition is a fundamental idea on how to deliver top-notch services to your patrons and beat the challengers in the market. All you need to do is to develop a product that includes the features that meet clienteles needs.

  • Form your MVP

Once you have done with the value proposal, now it’s time to plan and form your minimum viable product. Remember to evade stuffing too many features hastily and overspending only to cram that your clientele didn’t like the product. Your MVP must have the simple minimum features that can offer value to target customers so that you can authenticate whether you have a valued product emphasis Jon Purizhansky.

  • Test your MVP

Now it’s time to assemble valuable feedback from customers. The one thing you have to be cautious about is getting a comment from the wrong person. You do not want to amend your product based on feedback given by individuals who do not even tenuously signify your target market. After collecting feedback from potential clients, you should test the prototype.

  • Repeat the MVP

You need to repeat the process. As the customer comment points out which step of the product development process you have to go back and repeat. It sounds a bit boring, but it will be well value the effort.

Wrapping Up

If you have touched a point where the potential clientele is completely in love with the product and have zero negative comments, then you have a valuable product. This means your product has achieved product-market fit says Jon Purizhansky.

Making Business Successful with Small Moves

Business

Starting a small business can be frightening for beginners, and it requires plenty of careful planning. However, you need to be careful what strategies to apply to flourish your small business. Bigger plans don’t need to always work best, and you can always go on with small moves as well. The main part is that you must know how to tactfully apply those strategies. Flexibility and having good organizational skills will always lead to great success.

“The executive is the captain of the ship. When the ship sinks, the executive is the last person to step off the ship.” says Jon Purizhansky, the CEO of Joblio and a prominent New York lawyer. As an executive, the decisions you make will pave the way for the success of your business. This article covers some of the guidelines and tips that can help you make your business successful with small moves.

Organizational Skills

Being organized does not only refer to a neat and clean desk, but it involves time management logic and structure to manage life and increase efficiency both at home and in the workplace too. Good organizational skills in the workplace can surely help you prioritize work effectively. Also, you can improve workflow management if you have good organizational skills. Save time, reduced stress provide structure, prevent conflict with coworkers, save money, improve efficiency, and increase productivity.

As the CEO of a small business or startup, it is upon you to determine what your organizational structure will be. Jon Purizhansky states that “In a startup environment, the CEO is the person who sets strategies, goals, vision, mission, and establishes the company culture.” You should employ the same principle in your business.

Efficient Filing and Record-Keeping

This is very important. Having proper records of every business activity and keeping a check on the business insights will help you in the long run and will also save your time. When you fail to track proper records of your business activities, then it can have a detrimental impact on your efficiency, and most likely, there are no chances for your business to grow.

Prioritizing

It is very important to keep a track of all the outstanding tasks you have to complete with your team members. Being able to see the bigger picture, it will be easy for you to assess which of the tasks are urgent, important, or less important. However, make sure that you have your end goal in mind that you want to achieve. Maintaining good organizational skills for your business will also allow you to be flexible with the capacity to re-prioritize and move between tasks accordingly.

Delegation

Delegation does not mean only assigning tasks or positions to any random person. However, it means identifying trusted and capable candidates who can support your business and show their skills within the remit of their role. Providing support and guidance to your delegate will be beneficial in growing your business or bringing it one step forward towards the succeeding path.

Goal Setting

As an entrepreneur, you must possess the ability to set goals at work, and achieving them is reliant upon strong organizational skills and flexibility. Using a goal-oriented method of working allows you priority levels to your tasks. It may be helpful to first set your long-term goal, the outcome you are aiming towards, then break this down into smaller achievable tasks that you can tackle as an entrepreneur.

Learn from Your Competitors

To set your goals for greater success in your business, you must be able to identify your competitors and then analyze their success strategies. Once you succeed in finding out their success goals and methods, and if you implement them in your own business, then you may be lead your business towards a successful path.

Stay Focused and Be Creative

Your focus and creativity together can help you move your business towards the desired success road. However, it is not necessary that you will constantly be earning high profits or your business will instantly start to grow once you started. So you don’t need to lose your focus level here but remain consistent and firm to achieve your business targets. Also, focus on how you can be more creative in making your business products more attractive to the targeted customers. Make sure, you can stand out differently from your competitors. For this, you will need to various approaches and come up with highly-innovative ideas that are the best fit for your business.

Offer Great Service

Many businesses fail to understand the fact that providing great services to their valued customers is a vital part of your business. Always remember, whether you own a large company or a small business, customer feedback and opinion about your business’s services matter a lot. Once you provide them with their desired products of good quality or great services, they will become your regular customers and they can spread the goodwill of your business as well.

Bottom Line

Business goals are a significant part of establishing priorities and setting your business for success over some time. However, about 20 percent of businesses may succeed in the initial stage of starting a business. so there is no hassle. Normally businesses take time to grow and become popular. The main part is to focus and devote time to your business and also implement the above-mentioned tips to help succeed your business.

As Jon Purizhansky says, “There will be ups and downs — people getting excited or disappointed — and as the CEO I may have to make decisions that don’t make everyone happy.” Therefore, make sure to be confident in your decisions, and they will help you steer your company to success.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhanskybuffalo.com/making-business-successful-with-small-moves/

Business Coaching Programs for Entrepreneurs

A qualified business coach helps out their clients to map out their business strategy and help them clear on what their goals are and how can they pursue their business goals. Running a business can be a great passion for anyone. However, relying on an experienced business coach can give you loads of success. This is because you can be guided and learn new business strategies that can help your business touch the skies. Also, a business coach helps you get your desired results.

So if you are planning a business coaching program for entrepreneurs, then you may get a strong piece of advice and ideas in the article below.

How to Coach an Entrepreneur?

If you are a business coach, and you have a client. Now it depends on you how you help them in sustaining their business and achieve the success goals for their business. However, there are important points to look at before you begin your business coaching program for entrepreneurs.

1.      Integrity

It is very important to have good relations with your client. It can be a first entrepreneur or an experienced one too. When you can build a good bond with your client, then it will be easy for you to identify where they go wrong or where they are lacking their skills. Many entrepreneurs are not able to build relations with their team or even in their personal life too. So first you need to help them mend and repair their past relationships.

According to Jon Purizhansky, the CEO of Joblio, “It’s about the people that you’re spending time with. It’s about collective goals and teamwork. No successful company becomes successful without teamwork and getting everyone on the same page.” This has a valid reason that this is about them meeting new people and if they don’t clear up past relationships, then there will always be a struggle meeting new people. So having good connections with your client is an important part.

2.      Time Management

You got to teach the entrepreneur how to use a calendar, how to block off time to prepare, and be able to follow up with different things in life so that they can be more organized. Also, they will understand the importance of time, and know how long it takes to do certain tasks. An entrepreneur will crash and burn to try to have their own business when they fail to manage time in minutes, their seconds, and their hours. if they don’t know where their time is being utilized, they don’t know where their money goes. Also, they can be out of business completely. So walk them through on to manage a calendar.

3.      Money Management

Money management is keeping a track of the money that you are using in the business. In other terms, the capital, finance of your business. You must teach them how to maintain a proper balance and how to maintain the business expenses. If they want to know how to manage their dollars, then they need to know what things cost. They need to know where their money is going to be invested. They should know the percentages they keep, how much goes for taxes and how much do they spend, and where. If the entrepreneurs fail to understand these things, then it can further down the road, and then it will just be a mess. So, coach them on managing their dollars.

4.      Tracking and Reporting

Entrepreneurs don’t like reports. One of the major causes why they probably got into being an entrepreneur is that they don’t have to fill out reports. They do not have to track themselves. They just let it be to the whims of setting an appointment and carrying through appointments. There are multiple things to track.

As a coach, you should help them with some simple parts of tracking like how many people did they talk to, what clients said about their business, how many are interested in their business products, and many more. So, you can help them rearrange the way that they are presenting themselves. An entrepreneur who tracks and creates reports then you can adjust things accordingly which will help them gain much information about their business.

5.  Strength

An entrepreneur who physically feels weak is going to be weak in presenting themselves too. However, a strong entrepreneur can easily face challenges, can work through difficulties. Because they feel strong and whatever they face, whatever comes their way, they can work through it. They can plow through it and can rearrange a day of chaos and put it back into order because they have some physical strength and confidence.

As an entrepreneur, your work will always have an impact on your health and wellbeing. According to Jon Purizhansky, “’Nothing personal, it’s just business’ is always a false quote. We spend so much time working together and creating teams to facilitate business that it’s impossible not to become personally involved.”

So, these are the five golden ideas that will help you become a better business coach and help you guide the best to your clients and entrepreneurs. Working with a business coach is forward-focused, goal-focused, and is outcome-focused.

Originally Posted: https://jonpurizhansky.org/2022/03/28/business-coaching-programs-for-entrepreneurs/

Changes in Business Cycle Post-Pandemic

Business Post Pandemic

The business cycle is an important concept in the business and entrepreneurship sphere. The business cycle refers to the fluctuation in the economy in terms of output and business growth. During the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a major impact on the business cycle and it has some after-effects as well. This is discussed in detail in the article below.

Impact of COVID-19 on Businesses

The coronavirus has transformed businesses. It’s been a huge challenge for many major industries and organizations. However, there are some opportunities as well. Some of the major impacts are briefly discussed below:

1. Remote Work

Working remotely is what most businesses have experienced. They have to appoint people who can only work from home due to the COVID-19. Now, many businesses are planning to take the entire business services on a remote basis only. However, this cannot happen with every business. As many businesses require physical productivity only. But the best solution to this can be, people can make the best office environment at home only. This way they don’t have to move out of the home, also physical office work can be done with the office equipment as well. So businesses need to rethink that at this point of the pandemic, people really need appropriate office equipment such as proper chairs and computers and can do work easily with mental peace too.

2. Business Model Innovation

What businesses do reflects on what do they offer their customers. How do the businesses operate and how do they provide their best services to their loyal customers. Many industries have been entirely transformed during 2020. We can see this in the hospitality industry, in the events industry and businesses that have been carried on thriving are the ones that have been able to react to this quickly.

If you are a restaurant and on day one of lockdown, you rethought your restaurant and made sure that you have take-out abilities and there are several companies like even the formula one company that were producing ventilators then this is something businesses have always been required to do. So think about how the market is shifting and how you can transform your business model and innovate your business.

If you are a business leader or CEO, you will have to transform the business model according to the changing factors and variables due to the pandemic. As Jon Purizhansky says, “The myth is that the CEO does nothing and tells other people what to do all day! The CEO is the person who is very often, especially in a startup environment, the DNA and engine of the company.”

Global Labor Crises:

There is a huge global labor crisis due to the COVID-19. People have simply quit their jobs and refused from going to the office to work. However, in Canada, the most popular country, holiday destinations have looked a little different during the pandemic. This is because the pandemic has forced closures and modifications at restaurants and stores and there is a labor shortage. Immigration is at a relative standstill and most workers are opting for government support or moving on from the service industry. They may have child care or safety concerns and with students returning to school in the fall, hiring is expected to become even tougher.

Many places have suffered from labor crises such as in Alberta, there are many job losses in the oil patch. The pool of candidates has shrunk during the COVID-19 and the business council of Alberta says that organizations are finding it difficult to employ suitable candidates for various positions. There are severe labor shortages, particularly in hospitality, mainly due to immigration and temporary foreign workers. Overall, the immigration numbers have been reduced, the conference board of Canada’s top economists says that salaries for new employees have gone up by 7% as compared to the pre-pandemic levels in some fields like healthcare and technology departments.

Research showed that there is an immense need for qualified and skilled tech workers. A high national unemployment rate along with a growing skills gap and new labor shortages are all symptoms of how work has changed during the pandemic. The government needs to keep a check on all these factors or risks ahead to maintain a proper balance in the upcoming pandemic situations.

The Rise of Remote Employment in the Post-Pandemic Work Life

Tomorrow’s picture of the job market can be easily identified with the growing era of the pandemic. As more people get vaccinated, workers and companies are figuring out what post-pandemic work life will look like and how it may change permanently. The team of Making Sense reports that working from home turns out to be highly productive in more ways than one.

The remote employment paradigm will also give rise to hiring international employees, especially from diverse groups. Jon Purizhansky, the CEO of Joblio, is popularly known to say that “There’s a simple and obvious answer for why it’s so important for a business to champion diversity — you literally cannot succeed otherwise. Business success is only possible when executives make decisions based on merit and fact instead of dealing with their personal preferences.”

People find it much easier to work remotely as they do not have focus all day long. Working from home allows them to take intervals in between and then get back to work. It gives them more flexible hours to work and apparently, work done from home is much more efficient as compared to working from the office. Also one of the greatest advantages is that working remotely allows you to travel anywhere you want, all you need is your laptop and your data inside it.

Trends Will Shape Work In 2022 And Beyond

If we look back in 2021, things have completely changed. Most of the people expected to return to their routines and workplaces. The year 2021 was a big challenge for businesses, leaders, and employees due to the pandemic. It was a massive struggle for talents. Some organizations modified their work trends and became flexible with their workspaces at home; however, others find it challenging to adopt the changing trends. However, it was an evolution in the business world that is still being followed and reaching its heights. The rivalry to fascinate new growing talents is increasing more severely than ever.

On the other hand, employees are taking their thoughts to the next level by asking, “Why am I doing this? Is this job for me? How can we make progress?” By answering these questions, many opt to leave their current workspaces, which give a formidable challenge to the businesses. An organization grows because of its employees.

Such organizations need to adopt new strategies to attract good people to flourish in 2022. As the year has changed, the work dynamics and the emerging aspects are covered for a longer-term evolution around the technological transformations and organizations.

Let’s look into the shaping trends that are making its ways in 2022 for dominating the future.

1. Hybrid and Remote Work:

In the U.S., employees prefer flexibility in their workspaces to a higher salary. The organization that doesn’t offer flexibility will see a high turnover in employees moving to other organizations that provide valuable and flexible work that satisfies employee desires. As a fact, employees who work remotely have fewer friends at work, which generates a weak social connection among the employees.

These weak emotional connections sometimes push the employees to quit their jobs, but due to the past year’s trends that settled a “work-from-home” environment, it might be a tough ride for the employees to join their workplaces. Thus, the remote work trend has higher emerging chances in 2022 and is more acceptable by the individuals.

This flexibility will bring talent back into companies. Furthermore, the hybrid and remote work model will expand the ratio of employees in an organization on a longer go. Therefore, the shift to remote and more flexible work environments promises to stay for an extended period.

2. Fostering a Culture of Accountability:

Since people are working remotely, a lack of trust can easily creep up among managers and employers. Trust is a major concern when your employees aren’t in your line of sight. However, moving your employees towards the soft wares that measure employee productivity and working hours will be a better solution for the firms. Companies need to support and build the trend of flexible working hours.

The culture of accountability is not new, but with the unique talents, things need to be updated, and if you don’t follow, your business might lose out on talent and a big loss on profit. In 2022, companies need to be modifying the current ways and implement the new trends of doing it. Organizations will be more enthusiastic about accepting their mistakes publicly and celebrating their achievement. Leaders need to re-develop the forms of hybrid working and react to employees’ demand for more active and agile teams.

Way to Create Accountability

• Transform the problems into continuous improvements

• Apply the norm of “we”, not “me”

• Deliver clear goals and purpose

• Get involved in communication

3. Wellness and Consideration for Employees:

For years, organizations have tried out different ways to understand their employee’s satisfaction. In 2022, organizations will add this new metric to evaluate their employee’s mental, physical, and financial health. Many surveys show how companies are investing in wellness programs to support the well-being of their employees. The results show immense improvements in performance and retention.

However, employees have been taking less advantage of their employer’s well-being programs in the last 12 months. According to Jon Purizhansky, the CEO of Joblio, “It doesn’t matter who you are, what your personal choices are, where you come from, everybody has to be treated with basic respect.” By focusing on your employees’ wellness, you provide them with the respect they deserve.

4. Societal and Political Debates:

Political, cultural, and societal discourse has occupied workplaces. The trend of creating productive and comprehensive work environments is the next big goal of organizations. While a few years back, it was not the main concern of organizations, and employees themselves were looking at this issue. Due to political and social beliefs, co-workers have avoided each other, creating a less productive work environment.

However, employees expect their employers to get involved in such regular debates. These modifications in organizations, the way they communicate to their employees, and their societal roles are the next big influential C-suite role that will arise in 2022 as the chief purpose officer.

HR is currently playing these roles and other roles in organizations, but in 2022, a new combination of roles will be encountered that will be more crucial for corporate approaches.

5. Remote Working Tools to Improve Performance:

In remote and hybrid working, things become difficult for the managers to have insights into their employee’s work. It brings inaccuracy and biased performance grading grounded on how the employee works instead of the influence they are having. Thus, the tools that are currently being used in the employees’ remote work will be used to measure their performances.

For instance, the new technologies will be used to provide the background knowledge of the person who is currently in a virtual meeting with you. By having the person’s background information, employees can focus on the important issues of meetings rather than having doubts about the person. Jon Purizhansky also states that “While there are plenty of challenges in front of us, and while what we’re doing is very difficult, I think that I expected most of the things, events, and energy that we’re going through right now.”

6. Influence of the Metaverse in Work:

During the pandemic, things shifted to a virtual world. The lockdown restrictions brought people to virtual platforms for a variety of reasons. Metaverse is a shared virtual space where people can create their avatars and explore new opportunities to interact with others. Big tech companies have shifted to this virtual world, such as Microsoft and Facebook, which are the major players of the metaverse.

CEO of Microsoft has moved his meeting and conferences to online platforms. So, in future years, we will all be adopting the Metaverse, including big tech companies.

7. Sustainability Measures:

The demand for a sustainable approach will grow in 2022. The investors, partners, customers, and even employees would be demanding a sustainable environment from the organizations. An increase in the sustainable approach would be noticed as more and more companies are moving towards this reality. They need to take actions that are convertible. The overall skillset will be changed, and organizations will need to connect with those who are working in sustainable spaces to be proud of their efforts.

This concludes our guide on 7 trends that will shape work in 2022 and beyond. By going through them, you can understand how remote work has brought about innovations, and the pandemic has also compelled people to think more about their wellbeing, rather than focusing on what makes their bosses happy. These trends are more likely to become more and more prominent as time passes. Jon Purizhansky sums it up perfectly when he says, “It’s about the people that you’re spending time with. It’s about collective goals, and teamwork. No successful company becomes successful without teamwork and getting everyone on the same page.”

Originally Posted: https://vocal.media/journal/7-trends-that-will-shape-work-in-2022-and-beyond

How to keep Ukrainian women safe, and fill a job shortage

Around three million people, mostly women and children, have fled Ukraine across international borders since the war began. The latest estimates from UN agencies predicts that four million people will be displaced from the country as the conflict continues.

Poland, which shares a 500-kilometre border with Ukraine, has taken in the majority, with effectively two Ukrainian refugees entering Poland every three seconds. According to reports, around 250,000 refugees have also crossed the border into Moldova.

With Ukrainian men aged 18 to 60 required to stay and support the war effort, it is women and children who make up 90% of refugees.

The exodus from Ukraine is the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since WW2, and right now, attention is rightfully focussed on their entry and reception. Volunteers are serving up soup and sandwiches, handing out clothes and sleeping bags, and offering temporary places to stay.

But soon the EU will need to consider how to best help the refugees settle in. Activation of the Temporary Protection Directive gives Ukrainians the right to access key integration-related services and employment, but national administrations now face an enormous challenge to make such access a reality.

Meanwhile, fears are growing that among the refugees who have arrived in Poland, Moldova, and other European countries, many now face much greater risks of being exploited, trafficked and forced into prostitution.

German police recently confirmed rumours that some of the refugees crossing the border had been approached by people and offered money to come and “stay” with them. As well as women, young people traveling alone are being targeted. The social media network Telegram is being flooded with reports that traffickers are trying to pick up children and women traveling by themselves.

In some countries, specialist anti-trafficking NGOs are disseminating leaflets to refugees, warning them of the risks of accepting transportation and accommodation from strangers, and informing them how to seek help and report suspicious cases to national helplines for trafficking victims.

Once the refugees have safely crossed the Ukrainian border, it is vital, therefore, that attention shifts to their protection and the provision of safe and legitimate job opportunities so they are not lured or tricked into human trafficking.

This is the focus of Jon Purizhansky. He is CEO of Joblio, a technology-based platform that connects potential labour migrants with employers via a transparent digital process that mitigates employer fraud and human rights violations. He is also a New York lawyer and a former refugee from Belarus.

“I relate to these people because I used to be a refugee. I was a teenager when my family and I went through the same thing,” Jon Purizhansky tells Monaco Life. “What is different about this refugee wave from the last in 2015/2016, is that was a group of men from the Middle East and this is women and children from Ukraine, so it is a completely different community from a demographic perspective but also from a vulnerability perspective.”

Joblio has been established for around two years now, primarily connecting male labourers in countries like Africa, South East Asia and Latin America with jobs in Europe.

Since 24th February, it’s operations in Poland and Moldova have kicked into hypergear and, with Joblio staff positioned at refugee centres in Moldova and on the border with Ukraine, the company is now helping female refugees find work in Germany, home to one of the largest Ukrainian communities in Europe.

“Being a refugee means that you don’t know what will happen tomorrow because you are on the run. So, Joblio turns the unknown into the known by securing employers in Germany who are willing to provide these refugees with jobs. Germany has a strong economy and a very severe shortage of labour, particularly within the fields of hospitality, care giving, and office cleaning. These sectors do not require formal qualifications, which is why they are a perfect temporary solution for the refugee community. Some used to work in agriculture, others were professors of French literature just two weeks ago. Now they are all the same.”

Jon Purizhansky says that Joblio is using its existing corporate infrastructure in Europe to hire citizens of Ukraine, in compliance with a government-to-government agreement that existed between Poland and Ukraine prior to the refugee crisis that allows Polish companies to bring Ukrainian citizens on staff immediately. “This allows us to then place them with clients in Germany, thereby creating a secure and safe environment for the refugees while providing the German corporates with the staff that they need.”

Monaco Life met with Jon Purizhansky while he was in Monaco in September 2021. He told us then that his aim was for Joblio to become the global standard and platform for cross-border employment, utilised by corporates and governments throughout the world.

Joblio is not an NGO, says Purizhansky, it is a business, so it is geared towards efficiency and benefits everyone involved.

Backed by legal expertise in the fields of immigration law, tax law and labour law, Joblio is also an inspiring social impact project.

“We are sending the first bus of refugees to Germany, where Joblio Germany staff are going to meet them on the ground. We are doing this Elon Musk style, creating impact by operating a business. We are delivering staff that the German companies are advertising desperately for,” says Purizhansky, adding that half of the refugees on the bus are children.

“These are women with kids, so we also securing housing for them as well as childcare, daycare and schooling. We are going to create an ecosystem for them that allows them to safely move to Germany very fast, and have their kids in childcare or school. Our entire team is on it so they can start going to work and supporting themselves. This is also very helpful to the government of course, because they don’t have to subsidise them.”

Jon Purizhansky is now calling on the corporate sector and the largest companies in Europe to join Joblio in its quest to create a safe and secure environment for the refugees.

“It is very important that we get help from the corporate sector and that it does not meet this initiative with cynicism. But even if we do face cynicism, the trump card is the business sense that it makes to the corporate world. It’s a win, win.”

Originally Posted: https://monacolife.net/how-to-keep-ukrainian-women-safe-and-fill-a-job-shortage/

Joblio startet ukrainisches Flüchtlingsprogramm

Heute, am Internationalen Frauentag, feiert Joblio die Frauen in der Arbeitswelt auf der ganzen Welt. Doch während wir feiern, sind Millionen von Frauen durch Krieg und Verbrechen bedroht, vor allem in der Ukraine, wo bereits mehr als 2 Millionen Flüchtlinge – die meisten von ihnen Frauen und Kinder – vertrieben wurden.

Joblio engagiert sich für die Förderung von Frauen in der Arbeitswelt und startet ein neues Programm zur Koordinierung einer historischen Flüchtlingsrettungsaktion in Osteuropa.

Ukrainer brauchen Hilfe – Joblio verstärkt sich

Über 2 Millionen ukrainische Flüchtlinge sind nach der russischen Invasion aus ihrer Heimat geflohen, gemäß den Vereinten Nationen. Dieser Flüchtlingsstrom könnte sich nach Ansicht von Experten in naher Zukunft verdoppeln. Da die Männer im militärischen Alter zurückbleiben, um zu kämpfen, sind die überwiegende Mehrheit der Flüchtenden schutzbedürftige Frauen und Kinder, die besonderer Hilfe bedürfen.

Diese historische Krise bringt Frauen und Kinder in große Gefahr. Da ukrainische Männer im Alter von 18 bis 60 Jahren nicht fliehen dürfen, handelt es sich bei einer großen Zahl von Flüchtlingen um schutzbedürftige Frauen und Kinder mit geringen oder gar keinen Ersparnissen. Die Vereinten Nationen warnen, dass dies die größte humanitäre Krise seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg sein könnte. 

“Zusätzlich zu den mehr als 1,5 Millionen Menschen, die seit der russischen Invasion aus der Ukraine geflohen sind, wurden seit Beginn des Konflikts in der Ostukraine und der Annexion der Krim im Jahr 2014 bereits fast 1,5 Millionen Menschen innerhalb des Landes vertrieben – zwei Drittel davon sind Frauen und Kinder”, sagte Lani Fortier vom Internationalen Rettungsausschuss.

Joblio hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, Frauen und Kindern in dieser schwierigen Zeit mit Kinderbetreuung, Wohnraum und wirtschaftlicher Unterstützung zu helfen. Die Joblio-Büros in Polen, Rumänien und Moldawien sind aktiv an der Unterstützung von Flüchtlingen aus der Ukraine beteiligt, indem sie ihnen helfen, Arbeitsplätze in der EU zu finden, damit sie ihre Familien in dieser Krise ernähren und versorgen können.

“Diese historische Krise verdient nichts Geringeres als die volle Aufmerksamkeit und den vollen Einsatz der internationalen Gemeinschaft, wenn ukrainische Leben gerettet werden sollen”, erklärt der CEO von Joblio und ehemalige Flüchtling Jon Purizhansky. “Joblio ruft andere Arbeitgeber dazu auf, Kinderbetreuung, kommunale Unterstützung, Sprachdienste und Wohnungshilfe für Flüchtlinge, die vor diesem Konflikt fliehen, anzubieten”, so Purizhansky weiter. “Wir müssen alle zusammenstehen, um ukrainische Leben zu retten und schutzbedürftigen Frauen und Kindern zu helfen, die unsere Hilfe brauchen.”

Joblio-Experten warnen vor besonderen Gefahren für Frauen

Das Flüchtlings-Expertenteam von Joblio warnt vor den besonderen Gefahren, denen Frauen und Kinder ausgesetzt sind, wenn sie aus Kriegsgebieten umziehen, Grenzen überschreiten und zum ersten Mal ein neues Land betreten. Es ist bekannt, dass Menschenhändler in Krisenzeiten in den Grenzregionen der Welt operieren, die Frauen und Kinder vorgeblich “kostenlos” beherbergen, bevor sie sie ausbeuten und in die Sklaverei zwingen.

“Die Weltgemeinschaft muss sicherstellen, dass Frauen, Kinder und ausgegrenzte Menschen mit besonderen Bedürfnissen in dieser Krise nicht zurückbleiben”, warnt CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Viele dieser Flüchtlinge haben nur geringe Ersparnisse und können sich keine eigene Wohnung leisten, wodurch ihre Zukunft gefährdet ist, wenn sie von Menschenhändlern ausgebeutet werden.”

Arbeitgeber, die diese Flüchtlinge aufnehmen, müssen den Ukrainern, die aus ihrer vom Krieg zerrütteten Heimat fliehen, angemessenen Wohnraum, faire Löhne und Unterstützung bei der Kinderbetreuung bieten. “Es ist wichtig, die besonderen Gefahren zu erkennen, denen diese Frauen und ihre Kinder ausgesetzt sind, und die notwendigen Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, um sie zu entlasten”, sagt CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Das fängt bei der Kinderbetreuung und einer guten Unterkunft an.”

Die Joblio-Büros in ganz Osteuropa arbeiten bereits hart daran, diese lebenswichtige Unterstützung zu leisten. “Weitere Hilfe wird folgen”, sagt Jon Purizhansky. “Wir rufen den gesamten Unternehmenssektor auf, sich unseren humanitären Bemühungen anzuschließen, um den ukrainischen Flüchtlingen ein besseres Leben zu ermöglichen.”

Wie man ukrainischen Flüchtlingen helfen kann

Personalverantwortliche, Unternehmer und einflussreiche Personen, die ukrainischen Flüchtlingen helfen wollen, können sich an Joblio wenden, um sich an unseren humanitären Bemühungen in der Ukraine und Osteuropa zu beteiligen.

Kontaktieren Sie Joblio unter:

contact@joblio.co

dbiedenkopf@joblio.co

yana.g@joblio.co

Sie können einen Unterschied machen!  Für jeden Flüchtling, der eine Unterkunft, einen Arbeitsplatz und eine Kinderbetreuung erhält, wird ein Leben gerettet. Joblio ermutigt auch diejenigen, die Geld für Flüchtlinge spenden möchten, sich zu informieren und sicherzustellen, dass ihre Spenden an die richtige Stelle gehen.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-startet-ukrainisches-fluchtlingsprogramm/

Joblio Launches Ukrainian Refugee Program

International Women’s Day

Today on International Women’s Day, Joblio is celebrating women in the workforce all around the globe. Yet while we celebrate, millions of women are endangered by war and crime, especially in Ukraine, where over 2 million refugees – mostly women and children – have already been displaced.

Joblio is committed to helping women in the workforce and is launching a new program to coordinate its historic refugee rescue operation across Eastern Europe.

Ukrainians Need Aid – Joblio Is Stepping Up:

Over 2 million Ukrainian refugees have fled their homes in the wake of the Russian invasion, according to the United Nations. That flow of refugees may double in the near future, according to experts. With military-age males staying behind to fight, the vast majority of those fleeing are vulnerable women and children in need of special support.

This historic crisis uniquely endangers women and children. Ukrainian men between the ages of 18-60 are not permitted to flee, ensuring the bulk of these refugees are vulnerable women and children with limited savings. The United Nations warns that this could be the greatest humanitarian crisis since WWII. 

“In addition to the over 1.5 million people who have fled from Ukraine since the Russian invasion, there were already nearly 1.5 million people before [the invasion] – two-thirds who are women and children – that had become displaced within the country since the start of conflict in eastern Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea in 2014,” according to Lani Fortier at the International Rescue Committee.

Joblio is stepping up to provide critical childcare, housing, and economic support for women and children during these trying times. Joblio’s offices in Poland, Romania, and Moldova are actively engaged in helping refugees from Ukraine by helping them secure employment in the EU so that they can sustain their families throughout this crisis.

“This historic crisis deserves nothing less than the full attention and fervor of the international community if Ukrainian lives are to be saved,” notes Joblio CEO and former refugee Jon Purizhansky. “Joblio is calling upon other employers to provide childcare, community support, language services, and housing assistance to refugees fleeing this conflict,” Purizhansky continued. “We must all stand united in our efforts to save Ukrainian lives and provide assistance to vulnerable women and children who need our help.”

Joblio Experts Warn Of Unique Dangers To Women:

Joblio’s team of relocation experts warn of unique dangers facing women and children as they navigate war zones, cross borders, and enter new lands for the first time. Human traffickers are known to operate in border regions around the globe during crises, ostensibly providing “free” lodgings to women and children before preying upon them and forcing them into slavery.

“The global community must ensure women, children, and marginalized individuals with special needs are not left behind during this crisis,” warns CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Many of these refugees have limited savings and cannot afford their own lodging, imperiling their future if they’re exploited by human traffickers.”

Employers who take in these fleeing refugees must provide adequate housing, fair wages, and childcare support to Ukrainians fleeing their war-torn homes. “Acknowledging the unique peril facing these women and their children is essential – so is taking action to relieve their burdens,” notes CEO Jon Purizhansky. “That starts with childcare and good housing.”

Joblio offices across Eastern Europe are already hard at work providing this crucial support. “More assistance is coming,”  says Jon Purizhansky. “We call upon the entire corporate sector to join our humanitarian quest to secure better lives for Ukrainian refugees.”

How To Help Ukrainian Refugees

HR managers, business owners, and influential individuals who want to help Ukrainian refugees can contact Joblio to join our humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and Eastern Europe.

Contact Joblio at:

contact@joblio.co

dbiedenkopf@joblio.co

yana.g@joblio.co

You can make a difference!  Every refugee who is given housing, employment, and childcare is a life saved. Joblio also encourages those who wish to donate money to refugees to do their research and ensure their donations are going to the right place.

Originally Posted : https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-launches-ukrainian-refugee-program/

Joblio Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees

Ukrainian Refugees

Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees are in dire need of international assistance. Mothers, fathers, and children of all ages require food, shelter, medical treatment, and opportunities to piece their lives back together after a sudden and violent displacement.

Joblio is welcoming Ukrainian refugees with open arms and stands with the international community in calling for humanitarian protections which ensure no refugees are left behind. Here’s how Joblio is helping Ukrainian refugees, where you can seek help if you’re displaced, and what else must be done to ensure human lives are protected at all costs.

Joblio Provides Shelter, Transit, And Work For Ukranians:

More than 500,00 Ukrainian refugees have already fled into surrounding countries, according to the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees. That number is set to grow in the immediate future, with hundreds of thousands of others immediately impacted and millions of others potentially imperiled in the future.

Joblio is already racing to help these Urkainian refugees. At the behest of US-based lawyer and CEO Jon Purizhansky, himself a refugee of the former USSR, Joblio is fast-tracking an emergency response program to provide transportation and shelter to Ukrainians fleeing conflict. Food and work opportunities will also be provided to ensure their livelihoods are not further fractured by events outside of their control.

“Joblio will take every step possible to ensure Ukrainian refugees receive the assistance they need,” Jon Purizhansky declared. “Displaced Ukrainian citizens should know that help is on the way.”

Displaced Ukrainian citizens will be sheltered and can use Joblio’s platform to find work in Romania, Poland, Moldova, and Germany, according to Joblio’s relocation experts. Joblio is already devising logistical systems to help as many Ukrainian citizens as possible during these trying times.

Who To Contact For Help:

Displaced Ukrainian nationals should reach out to Joblio for help via WhatsApp and Viber:

+373 69 883338

+373 68 855885

(General information on the state of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine can also be found at the website for the United Nations Refugee Agency.

The United Nations has reported that “up to 4 million people” may flee Ukraine in the immediate future. Joblio is committed to safely relocating as many displaced Ukrainians as possible, and will provide shelter, food, and work opportunities across the European Union for refugees in need of assistance.

“To the people of Ukraine — Joblio stands by you and is ready to help you find fair paying jobs, food and shelter,” — says Jon Purizhansky. “We will continue to expand Joblio’s emergency assistance program in the coming days to ensure as many refugees are relocated as possible.”

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-welcomes-ukrainian-refugees/

Simple Solution Germany’s Labour Shortage

The German workforce is steadily aging, with countless companies looking for workers who simply can’t be found. A range of professionals from technical engineers to bricklayers are in high demand, with many pointing to the robotic efficiency of automation as a solution to this problem. That simply won’t be enough, however.

The simple solution to Germany’s labour shortage is streamlining the immigration process to ensure qualified candidates with valuable skills can join the German economy. Are you looking for workers and a playbook for solving the labour crisis? Here’s how Joblio is making it easier to solve labour shortages than ever before for countries recruiting foreign workers.

Demographic Shortcomings Are Already Visible

German enterprises are already ailing under a labour shortage that’s resulted from demographic shortcomings. One survey discovered that approximately 66 percent of companies, from local businesses to big international brands, are having difficulties finding skilled workers to fill vacant roles.

Fewer than 1/3rd of surveyed companies said they were unaffected by the labour shortage, illustrating the scope of this economic crisis. Certain critical sectors have been particularly hard-hit by this shortage; the German healthcare sector is currently struggling with a nurse shortage that has countless clinics looking for workers who can’t easily be found at home.

“Countries looking for workers are finding it difficult, if not impossible, to solve their labour shortages by turning inwards,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “They just can’t find the workers they need domestically.”

Yet Germany’s federal employment agency is beginning to rectify this shortage with clever agreements that import more nurses from abroad. This agreement will build off of agencies that already manage the recruitment of healthcare personnel from far flung places like the Philippines.

“Skilled migrants around the world are ready to travel to Germany and help those companies looking for workers,” Jon Purizhansky says. “We just need to open the door.”

Governments And Companies Must Work Together

Solving Germany’s labour shortage with skilled migrant labourers will require the cooperation of governments and companies across the EU. Luckily, there are reasons to believe that senior government officials are already waking up to the reality of this serious labour crisis. Federal Labor Agency Chairman Detlef Scheele has already told the Süddeutsche Zeitung that skilled immigrants are the only surefire way of solving this issue.

“While robots and automation can enhance our efficiency, they can’t make up for talented human capital,” Jon Purzihanksy claims. “Skilled migrants need a streamlined visa process and domestic support to ensure the global workforce remains strong in the 21st century.”

Better domestic training programs and a more comprehensive certification system that validates the foreign credentials of migrant labourers can help solve our crisis. Rather than simply admitting migrants and expecting them to revive the economy, companies and countries across the EU need to foster assimilation plans that help these migrants survive and thrive in their new homes. Additional private and public investment in language training and cultural assimilation will all prove crucial toward solving our labour woes.

We must also understand that countries looking for workers seek skilled migrants in a vast array of industries. German companies are looking for workers and want to hire more tilers, technical engineers, cooks, carpenters, and plumbers, to name but a few trades in high demand right now.

“Skilled migrant labourers often have credentials in their home countries that may not be accepted in Western economies,” notes Jon Purizhansky. “Ensuring that skilled workers who have valid credentials are put into a streamlined immigration process is essential for growth.”

A New German Economic Miracle

The German economy is no stranger to miraculous recoveries from hardship. We stand at the brink of a new era where companies looking for workers can finally import the skilled talent they need from abroad, but only if we take steps as a society to welcome and assimilate these hardworking migrants into our communities.

German automotive manufacturers, railway operators, and global courier services have already demonstrated that migrant workers can fill labour shortages in vital industries. The enthusiasm and competence that these skilled workers bring with them from their home countries cannot be understated. More than ever before, countries recruiting foreign workers are pulling ahead in the global economy by avoiding the worst effects of labour shortages.

Pulling off a new economic miracle will require the help of innovative technology. Companies like Joblio have already stepped up to meet that need, providing cutting edge recruiting services to countries recruiting foreign workers. By validating the credentials of migrants, certifying their immigration documents and health status, and providing assimilation services after their arrival, Joblio is ensuring that companies looking for workers have a vast supply of human talent to draw from.

“We’re proud to help German companies hire migrants in order to achieve greater success,” says Jon Purizhansky. “Anybody who’s looking for workers with valuable skills and airtight credentials should turn to the Joblio platform.”

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/simple-solution-germany-labour-shortage/

Robots Won’t Solve Our Labour Shortage – But Human Workers Can

Robots

Ongoing labour shortages continue to frustrate growth in virtually every economic sector. Countries across the developed world are clamoring for solutions, with many pointing to robots and automation as the future of work. In reality, human workers are far more flexible and capable of filling our immediate labour needs than their robotic counterparts.

The ongoing pandemic has illustrated that many existing labour shortages simply cannot be remedied by adding more robots to the workforce. Countries recruiting foreign workers and upskilling their existing workforce, on the other hand, are faring well.

Robots won’t solve our global labour shortage, but qualified migrant labourers are ready and willing to help those companies desperately looking for workers right now.

A Call For Workers

It was only a few years ago that foreboding headlines warned that robots would be coming to take the jobs of hardworking professionals. Automation angst persists even in nations like Germany, where there’s a rising acceptance of robots in the workforce. Still, these clever robots simply cannot solve the labour shortage that’s haunting the global economy and many EU nations.

Germany is now calling for up to 400,000 skilled migrant labourers every year, an indication that automation isn’t sufficient by itself to resolve labour shortage woes. It should be clear for all to see that robotic efficiency must be coupled with talented human capital in order to staff the many vacant positions that businesses desperately want filled.

“Countries recruiting foreign workers will find that migrants are flexible enough to accept new training,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Unlike retooling machine parts, which can be expensive and time-consuming, migrants can quickly learn new skills to fill vacant roles.”

Automation and robotics can deliver tremendous commercial value, but the truth of the matter is they’re almost always over-sensationalized. Many sensational headlines argue that machines will “do half of all work tasks” within just a few short years, a claim so vague as to be nearly worthless to business owners devising long-term commercial plans.

While automation can deliver commercial gains, it’s actually talented human workers who are the most crucial element of the modern economy. Supply chain failures that often resulted from crippling labour shortages in essential industries during the pandemic illustrates this principle clearly.

Many workers who were derided in the recent past as fulfilling unimportant roles that would soon be automated actually proved to be essential workers whose daily labour kept society running during a crisis. Still, worker shortages continue to plague advanced economies.

So how should businesses respond to labour shortages that continue to frustrate their ambitions? The answer is simple — hire human workers who can help your organization grow.

Looking For Workers? Look Abroad.

Millions of migrant labourers are ready and willing to work in the countries currently facing crippling labour shortages. Whether it’s data entry work, harvesting, or front-facing customer service, talented migrants can manage a multitude of important tasks. Unlike robots, which can be costly to retool and generate serious unease with some shoppers, human workers also breathe life into a commercial organization.

“Robots have their place, but migrants are incredibly flexible and can easily be trained to manage any number of commercial responsibilities,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “The continued call for millions of migrant labourers illustrates that the robots can’t solve our economic problems by themselves.”

By streamlining the migration process, companies around the world looking for workers can tap into a nearly limitless supply of talented human capital. Thanks to platforms like Joblio, which comprehensively vet migrants and make it easy for employers to find talented workers, it will be wiser to invest in humans when it comes to determining the future of the workforce.

Templates For Commercial Success

Many savvy business owners recognize the inherent value of talented migrant labour but don’t know how to recruit the best foreign workers. Reviewing key templates for commercial success is a great place to start.

Coronavirus-induced lockdowns across India led many aspiring workers to upskill themselves with online learning, for instance. With millions of migrants being severely impacted by the economic impact of the pandemic, efforts to upskill them and use their talent to solve labour shortages should be redoubled.

Researchers have previously discovered that “migrant labour has sustained and extended flexible labour market structures.” Companies looking for workers will find that this inexhaustible supply of human talent will prepare them for any future changes to the workforce that market conditions of tomorrow demand.

“With the Joblio platform, we can make it easier and more affordable than ever before to solve labour shortages the moment they arise,” claims Jon Purizhansky. “By making it easier for migrants to navigate the immigration and assimilation process, companies everywhere can turn huge profits by cultivating an exceptional workforce.”

Ready to reshape the future of work? Robots and automation have proven lackluster, non-cost effective, and inflexible compared to talented human workers. Follow us at the Joblio blog for more simple solutions to help companies looking for workers.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/robots-wont-solve-labour-shortage-but-human-workers-can/

Jon Purizhansky Of Joblio: Five Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A CEO

No successful company becomes successful without teamwork and getting everyone on the same page.

As a part of our series called ‘Five Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A CEO’ we had the pleasure of interviewing Jon Purizhansky.

Jon Purizhansky is the CEO of Joblio and a New York lawyer with years of international business experience. Jon is committed to upholding humanitarian standards in the international migrant labour industry through Joblio’s digital platform. He is focused on bringing transparency and efficiency into otherwise non-transparent ecosystems globally and was awarded the Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection in 2021.

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Before we dig in, our readers would like to get to know you a bit more. Can you tell us a bit about your “backstory”? What led you to this particular career path?

All my life, I’ve either been on the move myself or helping other people achieve social mobility by moving from country to country. I happened to be a refugee from the USSR as a teenager, stateless and undocumented. I lived in a refugee camp environment in Italy, and before that was in Austria. All of these experiences help me connect deeply with the plight of migrants on the move.

The industry of global labour migration is potentially the biggest in the world. Unfortunately, the migrants within this industry are faced with countless unknown variables that throw their futures into doubt. Who will you work for? Where? How much will you be paid? Will they abuse you? This creates a sort of PTSD, something I’m intimately familiar with myself.

I wanted to mitigate the unknown variables in this industry by bringing in compliance, transparency, and the protection of human rights that I wanted myself as a young man. That’s why I created Joblio, so that horrible human tragedies can become a thing of the past. By starting Joblio, I hoped to make upward mobility a real possibility for millions of migrants around the world.

Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you began leading your company?

Every day, we uncover an interesting new story thanks to our proprietary program called ACE — the Applicant Concierge Experience. The ACE program provides professional and cultural enrichment to those migrants who have been selected as job candidates through the Joblio platform. What would normally be a stressful period becomes a learning experience where the migrants can connect with one another and support one another.

Here’s one of the funny things about ACE — we’re taking migrants from all over the world and connecting them with one another through complimentary language learning services. The end result is an incredibly diverse group of people communicating with one another through the same language. This means that we have migrants from Nigeria, India, or Uzbekistan all speaking and joking with one another…in Polish!

That these migrants are always active and engaged with one another, and constantly provide learning opportunities for one another, is one of the best parts of the job. It’s why we’re so proud of the ACE program and why it will be a key part of Joblio as we move into our next chapter.

Can you share a story about the funniest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?

I’ve learned much about migration and immigration law since I started Joblio. Here’s a curious quirk of migration law; all citizens in Moldova receive Romanian passports, allowing them to live and work inside of Romania. Moldova isn’t in the European Union, but nearly all of its citizens still enjoy access to an EU passport without living in an EU country!

This created something of a labour crisis in Moldova, which our original plans didn’t take into account. We had to quickly devise a flexible response and now help people from 12 countries — places like Nigeria, Nepal, and Uganda — find good jobs in Moldovan industries. These are often the first African migrants many Moldovans have ever seen.

As you get involved in this industry, you quickly learn that migration law is dizzying. There are peculiar rules — like the Moldovan passport exception in the EU — that you may never even know about until you get involved in the industry. You make mistakes, learn from them, and get better as you move forward.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? Can you share a story about that?

So many people have helped me get to where I am today, beginning of course with my parents. I also think of the friends and colleagues who have helped me create Joblio. I’ve been privileged to receive continuous and ongoing support, which is why I think we should be providing that same level of support to migrants aspiring to join our societies.

I’m also incredibly grateful to the migrants out there who are risking everything in the pursuit of a better life abroad. Without their tenacity, Joblio wouldn’t exist. Our global economy is so dependent upon their hard work, and they often go unappreciated. Every time we help migrants achieve their goals, we’re moving toward a more prosperous society for everyone.

As you know, the United States is currently facing a very important self-reckoning about race, diversity, equality and inclusion. This may be obvious to you, but it will be helpful to spell this out. Can you articulate to our readers a few reasons why it is so important for a business or organization to have a diverse executive team?

There’s a simple and obvious answer for why it’s so important for a business to champion diversity — you literally cannot succeed otherwise. Success in business is only possible when executives make decisions based on merit and fact instead of dealing with their personal preferences.

If you look at the world’s most successful companies today, they’re based on inclusion and recognition of talent irrespective of background. Merit is the only way to achieve true success, and merit means inclusion.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day recently passed us by in the United States — it was the Reverend King who famously proclaimed that he dreamed of living in a world where people would not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Achieving that dream means recognizing merit wherever you find it.

We’re also promoting these principles by bringing people from all around the world to companies that are in desperate need of qualified workers. We bring candidates from Nigeria to Moldova, for instance, where immigrants and tourists from Africa have seldom visited in the past. The most successful countries in the world are saturated with immigrant labour because they want the best of the best.

When labour migration is handled ethically in emerging economies, we foster inclusion and prosperity for everyone. Joblio also has an ambassador program with representatives from all inhabitable continents — we’re already deriving incredible business benefits from being inclusive.

As a business leader, can you please share a few steps we must take to truly create an inclusive, representative, and equitable society? Kindly share a story or example for each.

At the highest level, we always try to remain open minded while treating everyone with the basic respect and dignity that we all deserve. It doesn’t matter who you are, what your personal choices are, where you come from, everybody has to be treated with basic respect.

For an example of taking real steps to foster inclusivity, look at our global ambassador program. Our program is on all inhabitable continents. Joblio is adding value to remote, impoverished communities around the world by increasing the amount of financial remittances they receive and allowing their labourers to earn higher wages than ever before. We can only achieve this thanks to a stellar team of ambassadors who come from every walk of life and showcase how Joblio values diversity.

Our ambassadors represent every major continent, religion, race — we are the example of inclusion and diversity and respect. This is why Joblio’s mission is to become the global standard for cross-border hiring.

Ok, thank you for that. Let’s now jump to the primary focus of our interview. Most of our readers — in fact, most people — think they have a pretty good idea of what a CEO or executive does. But in just a few words can you explain what an executive does that is different from the responsibilities of the other leaders?

The executive is the captain of the ship. When the ship sinks, the executive is the last person to step off the ship. They set the tone, strategy, and culture of the entire organization.

The executive is the person with the responsibility at the end of the day. The executive is the person who, while delegating to others, is still responsible for everything that the company does. It means responsibility. Responsibility to everyone — to the employees, to clients and shareholders, responsibility to investors and society as a whole.

What are the “myths” that you would like to dispel about being a CEO or executive. Can you explain what you mean?

The myth is that the CEO does nothing and tells other people what to do all day! In fact, the CEO is the person who is very often, especially in a startup environment, the DNA and engine of the company.

In a startup environment, the CEO is the person who sets strategies, goals, vision, mission, and establishes the company culture. Look at all the successful companies out there! The Amazons and the Teslas, and the Microsofts — the CEOs provided critical leadership to stellar teams.

What is the most striking difference between your actual job and how you thought the job would be?

I don’t know if I expected anything different than what I’m actually going through! Here’s what I expected:

I expected this project to be challenging, very exciting and personally engaging. I also expected this project to generate lots of good karma for many people. While there are plenty of challenges in front of us, and while what we’re doing is very difficult, I think that I expected most of the things, events, and energy that we’re going through right now. That makes it easier to succeed.

Do you think everyone is cut out to be an executive? In your opinion, which specific traits increase the likelihood that a person will be a successful executive and what type of person should avoid aspiring to be an executive?

You have to be very good with people. You have to have good intuition. Everything is about interacting with other people. Without that, you can’t succeed as an executive.

Avoid being a negative person. Did you spread the blame to others? Did you fail to take responsibility for your own mistakes? Failures don’t only blame other people, they sometimes blame events or market circumstances.

A good executive analyzes what leads to success versus failure and acts accordingly, capitalizing on their successful experiences and mitigating any potential downturns.

What advice would you give to other business leaders to help create a fantastic work culture? Can you share a story or an example?

It’s about the people that you’re spending time with. It’s about collective goals, and teamwork. No successful company becomes successful without teamwork and getting everyone on the same page.

It’s also about overcoming personal traits that may clash with one another. Can you help people advance and become better? Can you move forward as a team? This is part of the game.

So I’ll give you an example related to Joblio. In the tech industry, you have two ways to proceed — sometimes, you outsource your technology projects to third-parties, which is a method that’s enjoyed by many companies out there. Sometimes, you build in-house teams — this takes a long time, but once it’s done it’s your own team.

Joblio went down both paths, outsourcing when necessary but developing its own internal team as well. I realized I needed to make an executive decision to build everything in-house, as this creates culture and teambuilding and it’s the Joblio team.

I’m not saying this would always work for other companies, but I know it worked for us and we learned from this experience. It may take longer, but I’d rather build from within. Many disagree but I believe it’s worked for Joblio.

How have you used your success to make the world a better place?

Every person who Joblio helps find a job makes the world a better place. Joblio creates a better world by giving workers good jobs with high wages. They can now send more money back home to their families, creating upward social mobility in their home countries.

Employers also benefit from having a great workforce of talented migrants who are eager to get the job done. Employers are enjoying newly found efficiencies and optimizing their revenue management cycles. Governments love it, too, because it creates taxable income, cuts down on crime, and turns illegal immigration into documented, efficient, and ethical immigration.

Fantastic. Here is the primary question of our interview. What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why? (Please share a story or example for each.)

1. “Nothing personal, it’s just business,” is always a false quote. We spend so much time working together and creating teams in order to facilitate business that it’s impossible not to become personally involved. There will be ups and downs — people getting excited or disappointed — and as the CEO I may have to make decisions that don’t make everyone happy. The best job we can do is working considerately with people’s feelings and ensuring a healthy culture always reigns.

2. Always expect the unexpected. Things don’t always go according to plan. The only thing we’re ever really guaranteed is that there are no guarantees in life! What this really means is we have to be practical and recognize that we can’t foresee everything that’s going to happen. So be flexible, be ready to roll with the punches and try to turn an unexpected situation to your advantage whenever possible.

3. Recognize you can’t control everything. CEOs can’t afford to labor under the delusion that they can control everyone and everything around them. The only person you can truly control is yourself, so exercise self-discipline while recognizing that some things are beyond your power. This also applies to your team — delegate whenever possible and don’t get in the way of their hard work. Set clear objectives and provide insightful instructions before fairly judging by the results.

Companies and countries fail when one person causes system paralysis by trying to control everything. It’s important to learn how to let go.

4. Prepare for harsh criticisms. You will be disliked and even hated by some. The amount of negative feedback you receive will grow exponentially as you and your business grow. On the other axis, however, there will be a lot of gratitude, respect, and even adoration. You won’t only gain enemies, you’ll also cultivate a fan base and a network of helpful partners. Be grateful for both. One will keep you humble, the other one will lift you up.

5. Make self care a priority. Some CEOs think that they have to dive into business full time, even at the expense of their own mental or physical wellbeing. The reality is that the company can’t succeed unless its leadership is taking care of itself. That starts with the CEO.

You don’t just belong to yourself anymore. Your mental and physical wellbeing are now company assets. Think of yourself as an Olympic athlete preparing for the games — you’ll need healthy eating habits, a consistent sleep schedule, familiarity with meditation and breathing exercises, and a physical fitness routine that you can stick to. Keep yourself happy, learn to relax and prepare yourself for upcoming challenges, and remember that your company needs you in top shape.

You are a person of great influence. If you could inspire a movement that would bring the most amount of good for the greatest number of people, what would that be? You never know what your idea can trigger.

I would like to inspire a movement for equitable labour migration that is based on transparency, trust, and ethics. People should no longer be cheated.

Don’t forget that all human trafficking, or nearly all of it, begins with a promise of work somewhere. In fact, I believe that because of the unique way that the Joblio platform works, we’re already becoming a global force for good.

I mentioned ACE before — just take a look at this program and you will see, this is completely different, quite unique, and I’m not sure I can adequately articulate how it’s becoming an organic movement. Migrants are taking control of their own destinies and this will trigger an avalanche of innovation and positivity that we can only begin to dream about right now.

Can you please give us your favorite Life Lesson Quote? Can you share how that was relevant to you in your life?

“If you will it, it’s no longer a dream.”

As a former stateless person myself, I understand the importance of fostering hope and struggling toward a distant goal. If we all remember the sheer force of human willpower, we can achieve tremendous things by working together.

We are very blessed that some very prominent names in Business, VC funding, Sports, and Entertainment read this column. Is there a person in the world, or in the US with whom you would love to have a private breakfast or lunch with, and why?

You know, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — Elon Musk!

I don’t know him personally but I’d love to meet him. He developed ideas that transform the world and then he executes those ideas brilliantly. There are many people with great ideas who are incapable of executing their ideas.

Elon has shown that, in my eyes, he’s the most brilliant business developer out there who completes the circle — he developed the idea to change the world, then he actually implements the plan of action, all the while maintaining a commercially viable and profitable business enterprise. It’s amazing.

Thank you for these fantastic insights. We greatly appreciate the time you spent on this.

Originally Posted: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/jon-purizhansky-joblio-five-things-i-wish-someone-told-purizhansky-1f/?published=t

Simple Solution For Romania’s Labour Crisis

Romania Labour Crisis

The people of Romania are dealing with a crippling labour shortage that’s throttling long term economic growth. There’s a simple solution for Romania’s labour crisis — import more talented workers who have the skills needed to fill in vacant job postings.

At Joblio, we’re developing an innovative technology platform to help Romanian business owners do exactly that. Here’s how Romania can supercharge its growth by recruiting migrant labourers who are ready and willing to get the job done.

Romania Needs Talented Workers

There’s no denying that Romania is struggling with a labour shortage right now. Romanian employers are currently looking for workers in agricultural sectors like vegetable harvesting and fish & forestry services. Many others are looking for workers in the machine trades or want to hire additional employees for structural work like painting and tiling. More workers are needed in virtually every vital Romanian industry.

Not only is Romania struggling to attract new workers, but its current workforce is in dire need of upskilling, according to a report from the Brookings Institute. Romania will fail to achieve its true economic potential without a desperately needed injection of talented human capital. That may not be possible without ample outsourcing.

The solution is simple: migrant labourers from every corner of the world are ready and willing to work in Romania. Already, Romania has benefited tremendously from foreign nationals who have filled labour shortages in the construction industry. Outsourcing employees has already driven tremendous growth in vital industries like construction.

Local reports also indicate that employers are very satisfied with the work ethic and resiliency of the migrant labourers who have helped pull them out of a rut. Globalization and labour exploitation don’t have to mix anymore thanks to new ethical hiring solutions.

“The people of Romania are in serious need of additional workers,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Luckily, our platform can help them solve this labour crisis.”

It’s time to go a step further and embrace migrant labourers in a myriad of Romanian industries that are struggling to make ends meet. Right now, Romanian businesses have to engage in the costly and time-consuming process of finding foreign workers by themselves and soliciting government approval for a travel visa. Thanks to Joblio, that’s about to become much easier and more affordable than ever before.

Joblio Is The Solution To Romania’s Labour Shortage

Joblio is already reshaping the industry of global labour migration. By providing transparency and ethical treatment to migrant labourers while letting employers tap into a vast supply of talented workers, Joblio ensures workers can quickly and smoothly move to where they’re needed at an affordable cost.

Romanian employers looking for workers to manage bricklaying, electrical work, or house painting can easily find qualified candidates with Joblio’s help. Thanks to Joblio’s massive talent pool, Romanian employers will always have many skilled migrants to choose from.

By speeding up the visa onboarding process with our expertise, we guarantee a smooth and reliable flow of talented workers to countries like Romania that are experiencing labour shortages. By investing in the physical and mental wellbeing of migrants, we ensure human rights are never thrown by the wayside in the rush toward profits.

Joblio also reduces costly employee turnover that forces businesses to invest over and over in lackluster recruitment. Romanian businesses that outsource with Joblio can save huge sums of money in the long term with more effective recruitment cycles.

“Thanks to the Joblio platform, migrants secure well-paying jobs and employers save huge sums of money by avoiding costly churn,” says Jon Purizhansky. “The end result is that everybody wins!”

How Joblio Works For Migrants & Employers

Joblio works by providing a technological platform that’s easy for both migrants and employers to use. Migrants are presented with accurate and fair job opportunities, while Romanian employers can scour a list of talented candidates who may have the skills they need. All the while, cash remittances to the migrant’s home countries are increasing, ensuring social mobility is being enhanced around the world.

Countries recruiting foreign workers are pulling ahead of those dealing with domestic labour shortages. Failing to take advantage of the benefits of outsourcing will only further harm the Romanian economy. It’s time to fill the Romanian labour shortage in construction and agricultural trades with the help of the Joblio platform.

Joblio already has plentiful experience filling labour shortages around the globe. Whether it’s construction, transportation, agriculture, or a litany of other industries, Joblio can pair Romanian businesses up with talented migrants who are eager to get to work. By cracking down on human rights abuses and providing an avenue for legal immigration, the Joblio platform also ensures that the wellbeing of people is always the top priority.

Ready to get to work? Learn more about the Joblio platform to solve your labour crisis.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/simple-solution-for-romanias-labour-crisis/

Joblio’s ACE Program Is Revolutionizing Migrant Assimilation

Migrant Assimilation

Labor shortages around the world are putting a serious strain on supply chains and companies of all sizes. Migrant laborers are being called upon to solve these shortages, yet high churn rates mean that employers are constantly seeking new migrant laborers who are costly to import, train, and acclimate to local norms.

A more efficient way to recruit, train, and retain talented migrant laborers is needed. Investing in migrant communities is the answer. Through its proprietary Applicant Concierge Experience (ACE) program, Joblio is revolutionizing migrant assimilation.

Migration Made Easy

Uprooting yourself in order to move halfway around the world for a new job opportunity has never been easy. This lengthy process often involves learning a new language, familiarizing yourself with new cultural customs, and establishing a daily routine in a strange new home. Luckily, the Applicant Concierge Experience is revolutionizing assimilation by equipping migrants with the skills they need to succeed in their host countries.

The ACE program is focused on pre-departure and post-arrival community management. This means that migrant laborers begin acclimating to their new homes before they even leave their origin countries. It also ensures they receive continuous support once they land in their new home and face unexpected challenges.

The ACE program begins with Joblio’s team of global ambassadors, who scour the globe in search of the most talented migrant laborers. After recruiting these migrants and ensuring their visas and other documents are in order, the ACE program focuses on ensuring cultural enrichment and language support while ensuring the key human needs of migrants are met.

How The Ace Program Works

We can’t expect migrants to solve our labour shortages unless they’re treated with respect and dignity. This is why the ACE program thoroughly inspects migrant housing to ensure it’s up to standards before any migrants begin living there. Our welcome program also ensures that migrants have a helping hand to rely on when they land in their new host country for the first time.

Jon Purizhansky: The ACE program then pivots to building solidarity between the actual migrants themselves. This involves free language services and cultural enrichment so that migrants become acclimated to the food and norms of their new homes. It allows diverse migrants ranging from Nigeria to Uzbekistan to speak with one another in a common language they’re learning together in order to secure better job opportunities and higher wages.

Members of the ACE program live together, learn together, and share meals together with an ACE-provided chef with culinary expertise. When migrants are happy and healthy together, they’re less likely to abandon their job prospects and force employers to embark upon another costly recruitment campaign. It also diminishes human rights abuses which are tragically common in the migrant labor industry.

Investing In Our Mutual Future

It can take up to 12 months to recruit a migrant laborer. With up to 70 percent of migrant laborers eventually leaving their jobs, contributing to incredibly costly industry churn, employers are struggling to keep positions manned by competent workers. The ACE program solves this crisis by ensuring migrants are treated right and stick around for the long haul.

“The cost of employee turnover is immense,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Companies that retain their migrant laborers with better treatment will save huge sums of money in the long run while cracking down on unethical abuses.”

An established system that provides support in both the pre-departure and post-arrival periods is essential for successful assimilation. Adequate housing, appetizing meals, language services, and professional training all go a long way toward cultivating a talented and loyal workforce. All of this is only possible through Joblio’s proprietary ACE program, which is quickly becoming the global standard for human rights protections.

“It’s always worth investing in migrant community management,” says Jon Purizhansky. “When you treat migrant laborers with dignity and respect, they work harder than ever before and ensure that everybody prospers.”

Joblio understands that positive outcomes can only be derived by investing in the wellbeing of the same migrant communities who will be working on our behalf.

Ready to be a part of a revolution that’s transforming the global labor market? Learn more about Joblio today to start making the world a better place with migrant community management.

Originally Posted: https://medium.com/jon-purizhansky/joblios-ace-program-is-revolutionizing-migrant-assimilation-82b4981c67e2

Demand Ethical Recruiting Now: Integrating Refugees into the Global Community

Last year the world watched in horror as Afghanistan fell to the Taliban in mere weeks. While the images of refugees are both heart-wrenching and infuriating, for those who survive this gauntlet, there are hosts of parasites and middlemen who wait to take advantage of their desperate status.

I was a refugee and later, a migrant worker, having fled my home country as a boy. I lived in Austria and Italy and can testify first hand to the dangers of refugee life and of the opportunists who entrap and enslave vulnerable people. After immigrating to America, I worked to become a lawyer, an activist, a father, and an entrepreneur.

Wherever migrants or refugees can be found, corrupt practices exist that prey upon these vulnerable people. Private missions often incur huge rescue costs, and refugees often remain dislocated without opportunity to work and make the money that sets them on a new path of independence. Consider what it might mean for refugees to be placed in regions in grave need of workers, enabling them to start over while breathing new economic life into the countries and communities that accept them.

Vulnerable populations seldom possess the political or economic power they need to gain a better lot in life. Unstable economies, security, and economic disenfranchisement are leading causes of radicalization, criminal activities, smuggling, and warfare.

It is essential to acknowledge that across the developing world, populations are reaching increased longevity, leading to critical shortages of young workers that fuel economic growth. According to the United Nations, “one in six people in the world will be aged 65 years or over” by 2050. Germany, The United States, Japan, and many other major economies will need young workers to keep up with demand for products and services. At this moment, we have an opportunity to address both concerns. If global migrants and refugees are to travel around the world to solve labor shortages, first-world nations must step up and take responsibility to hold employers accountable and demand ethical practices to protect workers.

Political leaders, titans of business, and international humanitarian groups need to acknowledge the urgency of this crisis and of this opportunity to act. We must cultivate technology that generates a seismic social impact and develops global infrastructure to help them. When governments, businesses, and technological innovators fail to step up and address social problems, the most vulnerable suffer when their plight is monetized by wealthy actors who seek to profit from chaos.

Currently, a lack of tools for coordinating the global movement of people is leading to serious abuses and corruption in the evacuation and resettlement of refugees. Standardization is sorely needed across the world to ensure optimal outcomes. We already know that technology can make an important social impact, but only if it is wielded by governments and groups with ethical motivations.

We must reject efforts to cash in on the suffering of migrants, refugees, and vulnerable persons. It’s not enough to simply understand the migrant community — we all need to lend a helping hand as well. We should loudly support current resettlement efforts and help migrants find affordable housing and careers as soon as possible. We need to commandeer technology, and the power of the globe, to streamline and permanently digitize the process of relocating and integrating migrants.

While we as individuals cannot help the masses of jobless, displaced, or hungry people, there is something we can do — and demand as global citizens — that has a far-reaching impact on people and peace as a whole.

  • We can establish and implement ethical practices for hiring transitory workers.
     ● We can facilitate arrangements with governments and with employers to provide them with the workers they need.
     ● We can use technology to create a transparent process and provide support vehicles that benefit both the employer and the employee.

This is where our culture’s righteousness can be leveraged for real change and action. Commit to ensuring that refugees, migrants, and other vulnerable workers can enjoy the rights they deserve without being exploited by those who seek to profit from their situation. With a global agenda to help vulnerable persons on the move, we can radically defy corruption and prioritize the upholding of human rights around the world. Ethical recruiting is the solution and we make that a reality by building relationships with governments and businesses, and transparency in connecting skilled workers to employers in need of worker.

About Joblio, Inc

Jon Purizhansky from Buffalo, New York is Founder and CEO of Joblio, a leading technology SaaS platform and app designed to provide skilled labor with employers throughout the world, while actively bringing change to the global migrant labor industry. Joblio prevents fraud and ensures compliance with labor laws in the processes of human capital relocation across the world. By directly connecting migrant laborers with their employers, Joblio removes middlemen from the hiring process to ensure fair and prosperous employment. In 2021, Joblio received the “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” Award from the Abrahamic Business Circle.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/ethical-recruiting-now-integrating-refugees-into-global-community/

Joblio In 5 Fast Facts

Joblio is trusted by countless migrants all around the world in search of new jobs. Yet Joblio is more than a simple job board – it’s a global community of migrants and employers.

Here are 5 major facts that you may not know about the Joblio platform.

1. Joblio Is The Proud Winner Of Humanitarian Awards

Joblio doesn’t just preach human rights – we protect them, too. Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky was honored with the “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” in Dubai following his years of service to the migrant community.

2. Joblio Has A Global Presence

Joblio is based in the United States but has a truly global presence. Did you know that Joblio has offices in the US, Poland, Moldova, and Azerbaijan? Joblio also has representatives or ambassadors on every continent except Oceania and Antarctica!

3. Joblio Candidates Are Sourced From  12 Countries

The Joblio platform is now so popular that it draws in candidates from around the world. From Nigeria to Nepal, talented workers are rising to the occasion in every industry. Workers from nearly every continent can count on Joblio to find a new life abroad.

4. More than 1,000 Joblio Candidates Are Waiting For Work Permits

Joblio is providing so many employment opportunities that more than 1,000 qualified candidates are currently in processing and awaiting work permits from their host countries. No matter what labor shortages arise in the future, Joblio has a deep pool of talented workers to guarantee economic growth for everybody.

5. Joblio Provides Free Language Classes For All Workers 

Joblio is invested in the success of our job candidates. That’s why we provide free language classes as part of ACE : Applicant Concierge Experience,  to all successful candidates, ensuring quick integration and cultural cohesion. With the help of the Joblio platform, countless migrants enjoy the opportunity to learn a new language for free as they seek work abroad.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-in-5-fast-facts/

Joblio Partners With HR Agencies To Bridge Gap During Global Labour Crisis

HR agencies across the world have ample access to qualified workers but not enough lead generation to ensure they’re hired. By partnering up with the Joblio platform, HR agencies can easily connect domestic job-seekers with countries recruiting foreign workers, turning a tidy profit all the while.

Looking for workers? Want to pair job-seekers up with the best possible opportunities? The Joblio Global Ambassador Program allows HR agencies looking for clients in Europe to provide better outcomes than ever before.

Joblio Explains: The Benefits of Labour Import

There’s no denying that outsourcing and labour importation is a critical part of the modern economy. Everything from data entry work and virtual assistants to hiring truck drivers or finding bus drivers can be expedited by outsourcing employees or importing them from overseas. That’s easier said than done, however, especially without the help of experts at Joblio.

“By joining Joblio’s Global Ambassador Program, HR agencies can provide us with vetted employees to help us fill critical labour shortages around the world. In return, they can create a new revenue stream through contracts with Joblio,” notes CEO Jon Purizhansky.

European enterprises recruiting foreign workers want to ensure that migrant labourers are vetted before they arrive. By partnering up with local HR agencies across the globe, Joblio ensures a thorough vetting process. Shipyards, construction companies, food processing plants, and transportation companies looking for workers abroad  can thus rest assured that they’re welcoming qualified workers who can seriously contribute to global economic growth.

As business process outsourcing (BPO) becomes more common, the Joblio Global Ambassador Program will allow HR agencies in countries like Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines to achieve new levels of staff outsourcing at scale. Companies in Poland, Romania, Germany and the UK, that are looking for workers fill in their labour shortages, ensuring a win-win scenario for everyone involved.

Looking For Clients? Join The Joblio Global Ambassador Program

HR experts that have to focus efforts on lead generation of prospects can now concentrate their efforts on what they do best: talent acquisition, while dramatically improving their bottom lines by partnering with Joblio. This is achieved through the Joblio revenue sharing model; every time that Joblio ensures a migrant labourer is successfully hired abroad, the platform receives a fee that’s paid by the employer during the whole employment lifespan of the worker.

HR partners that join the Global Ambassador Program gain access to these lucrative fees whenever they fill a position. Joblio’s revenue sharing model ensures that HR agencies which fill the most positions end up reaping the largest profits.

“The HR agencies which join our Global Ambassador Program enjoy the potential to stand out in the competitive market of talent acquisition by filling in critical labour shortages around the world,” says CEO Jon Purizhansky. “By fostering a more prosperous global economy, we all win.”

For too long, globalisation and labour exploitation have gone hand-in-hand. With the help of the Joblio platform, that’s starting to change with an unprecedented focus on the wellbeing of migrant labourers. HR firms already know the benefits of outsourcing, but by partnering with Joblio they can spread the good news to countless companies and consumers across the globe, all while expanding their business.

Supplying Vetted Workers Leads To Greater Profits

The simple equation for HR agencies to understand is that supplying qualified, vetted workers through the Joblio Global Ambassador Program leads to great profits. For every qualified candidate that a GAP partner provides, they’ll receive a hefty fee to facilitate future hirings. All the while, the GAP program serves the global economy by avoiding painful labour shortages that lea to supply crises.

Contact Joblio today to become part of an exciting future where the well being of migrant workers is always prioritised.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-partners-with-hr-agencies-to-bridge-the-gap-during-global-labour-crisis/

International Migrant’s Day

On December 18th, we celebrated International Migrant’s Day, a holiday established by the UN that reminds us of the vital role that migrants play when it comes to fostering economic growth. With migrants now composing 3.6 percent of the global population, it’s more important than ever before to highlight the hard work and invaluable labour they provide to so many firms.

As former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon reminds us, “migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family.” As we head into the new year, I know every member of the Joblio team will strive for more dignified, safe, and productive migrant policies.

In 2015 alone, migrants contributed roughly $6.7 trillion to the global economy, nearly 10% of the worldwide GDP that year. I’m confident that number will continue to climb as Joblio confidently strives toward a more transparent, ethical, and efficient future for all workers.

To the countless migrants around the world who continue working tirelessly toward a brighter future, I can only say thank you – Joblio is deeply grateful for your courage, perseverance, and bold commitment to creating a better tomorrow.

Migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family.” – Ban Ki-moon, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, UN PRESS RELEASE 

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/international-migrants-day/

Looking For Workers Through Joblio: Solving the Bus Driver Shortage

  • A critical shortage of bus drivers is harming economic growth in the EU
  • Joblio makes it easy to hire bus drivers when looking for workers
  • Joblio candidates are thoroughly vetted and ethically sourced to avoid Personnel issues
  • The Joblio team is ready to help you recruit foreign workers to end labour shortages

A disastrous labour shortage is fueling an industrial crisis that has companies everywhere looking for workers. In order to recover from this historic hiring crisis, businesses need a reliable pipeline of talented workers who can quickly fill shortages whenever they arise.

Countries recruiting foreign workers to fulfill domestic labour shortages is the obvious step forward. With the help of the Joblio platform, hiring can easily be accelerated without suffering the negative consequences of globalization and labour exploitation.

Looking For Workers Is Easy With Joblio

Companies and governments across Europe are looking for workers and want to hire bus drivers immediately. A lack of qualified drivers has led to a crippling labour shortage which means that fewer workers are being safely transported to their destinations than ever before. This, in turn, leads to reduced efficiency elsewhere in the economy.

Things are getting so bad that service shortages are now cropping up. The solution is hiring platforms like Joblio, which create natural talent pipelines that lead an endless supply of talented professionals to the hungry employers in need of additional workers.

“With Joblio’s help, hiring bus drivers and looking for workers becomes more efficient and ethical than ever before, all while remaining legally compliant,” says Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “It’s because our partners allow us to tap into a global talent network that local competitors simply can’t compete with.”

By thoroughly vetting each and every candidate before contract negotiations begin, Joblio ensures that globalization and labour exploitation don’t have to be one and the same. Instead, we can forge new global connections that are ethically sourced, compliant with regulatory regimes, and guaranteed to solve our dire domestic labour shortages.

Recruiting foreign workers and integrating them successfully

Joblio has already helped countless companies from every corner of the world fulfill their hiring needs by recruiting foreign workers at scale. Our extensive vetting process ensures their documents are in order before travel begins while guaranteeing public health concerns aren’t brushed under the table during the recruitment process.

“With Joblio, companies hiring foreign workers to fill labour shortages always know exactly what they’re signing up for,” notes Jon Purizhansky. “Ethical global recruitment just got a whole lot easier.”

Tired of trying to figure out recruitment policy in Poland? Exhausted from late-night legal research about recruiting foreign specialists? Joblio’s expert team takes the stress out of hiring by connecting you directly with qualified candidates who are legally ready to start working as soon as possible.

Joblio’s success when it comes to helping businesses that are looking for workers stems from our commitment to integration. Our high-value candidates receive extensive support from our hiring platform to ensure they have everything they need in their new community as they get to work. By providing language services and the comforts of familiar cultural foods, Joblio has cultivated an unparalleled international talent pool ready to get to work.

European Roads Need More Drivers

Trucks and bus services across the EU are struggling due to a lack of qualified drivers. With the help of the Joblio platform, countries recruiting foreign workers can quickly fill these shortages and ensure public transportation needs are met without breaking the bank. It’s a win-win solution for employees and employers alike.

The current driver shortage is a global issue that demands an international response. By unifying behind the Joblio platform, countries recruiting foreign workers can ensure the ethical, efficient, and affordable hiring of workers at scale like never before. Without next-generation platforms like Joblio, our current service outages will only grow worse as time goes on.

Businesses which are looking for workers must understand that the hiring solution they desperately need is staring them in the face. By creating an international network where employers and job-seekers can easily find one another and effortlessly negotiate contracts, Joblio stands ready to help our global economy recover from this industrial crisis.

Looking to hire workers and take part in our global movement? Contact Joblio today and keep up to date with the Joblio blog, where we’re providing the latest hiring insights for recruiting foreign workers.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/looking-for-workers-through-joblio-solving-bus-driver-shortage/

Thank you from Joblio Team

We wanted to thank our community for continued support of Joblio and human rights around the world. Joblio’s mission to set a new global standard in the ethical and efficient relocation of global migrant workers wouldn’t be possible without your contributions.

Over the past year, we’ve achieved a number of milestones worth celebrating. In addition to closing a $4 million seed round in funding, the Joblio team has released a Know Your Rights guidebook for migrant labourers everywhere. We have also released an introductory video to ensure the Joblio Standard gains fast recognition around the globe.

Jon Purizhansky:  The Joblio team has been growing at a dizzying pace. This past year, we were eager to welcome Stephen Schueler, CEO of Enerjen Capital, to our valued board of advisors.  We were also thrilled to announce that Rebecca Churchill, president and CEO of Churchill Communications & Marketing, has joined our roster of international advisors. These experts will provide invaluable guidance as we move forward and make the world a better place.

2021 also saw Joblio expand into the international arena like never before. In addition to presenting at the prestigious Investment in Sustainable Development Conference hosted by the CC Forum in Cote d’Azu, we also unveiled a strategic partnership with ICEJ to champion human rights. With our new friends at the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, we’ll better serve vulnerable populations who are on the move in search of work across the world.

All the while, we’ve been raising awareness about the plight of migrant labourers everywhere. By disseminating authoritative guidance on community management for migrant workers and recognizing the humanity of migrants, we’ve developed a popular blog to build our platform’s brand.

After being honored by the Abrahamic Business Circle earlier this year, we’ve dedicated myself to building the best organization possible. What we quickly realized is that the talents and insights of our international partners and Joblio team members are an endless source of innovation that can help us achieve our mutual goals. we’d like to sincerely thank each and every one of you.

We’re only just getting started – as Thanksgiving and the 2022 New Year approach, the Joblio team will be hard at work delivering sorely needed reform to the global migrant labour industry. We wish you the happiest of holidays and warm encouragement as we head into a cold winter.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/thank-you-from-the-joblio-team/

Joblio Welcomes Valentina Castellani Quinn As Global Spokesperson

Joblio, Inc., is pleased to announce that Valentina Castellani Quinn has been appointed global spokesperson for the innovative technology platform. Miss Castellani brings award-winning film and production experience to the worldwide technology platform, where she intends to raise awareness about the plight of the world’s most vulnerable migrant populations. The celebrated film producer and head of the esteemed Quinn Studios Entertainment intends to develop a documentary about abused migrants who can be saved through Joblio’s life-changing platform.

“We’re incredibly excited to have Valentina aboard, as her global status as a leading humanitarian will help raise awareness about migrant suffering around the world,” said Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky.

“With Joblio’s help, I’m confident we can continue to raise awareness about human rights abuses around the world,” Miss Castellani noted. “It’s long past time the global community bands together to eliminate modern human slavery and save the lives of migrant labourers who are all too often exploited. With this new technology platform, we have a chance to enact real change.”

In addition to producing Academy Award-nominated films, Miss Castellani has been honored with the prestigious US Congress Award and the English WIFTS Award alongside other prominent women such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and actress Gal Gadot.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/joblio-welcomes-valentina-castellani-quinn-as-global-spokesperson/

Joblio Method Of Migrant Community Management

Countless communities across the developed world are in dire need of additional workers. Ensuring the quick integration of migrant labourers into our communities is of the utmost importance to meet the critical labour shortage currently besetting the global economy.

The Joblio method of community management is an incredibly effective strategy for ensuring the successful integration of migrant labourers into their host countries. Here’s how Joblio is helping migrant labourers succeed with stellar community management services.

Migrants Need A Community To Lean On

Packing up your belongings and moving to a distant land is no easy feat. Migrants around the world need to be able to lean upon a like-minded community during the integration period to find cultural and commercial success in their new jobs. To that end, Joblio provides community management services which guarantee that no migrant has to undergo the relocation and integration process alone.

“Migrants need support in order to succeed. We provide that support before they ever migrate in the first place, ensuring they’re prepared for the journey to come,” notes Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky.

This community management process begins before migrants even leave their origin countries in the first place. Migrants are thoroughly educated through online courses that teach them about their destination countries long before they arrive. This in turn hastens the integration process once they land in their new home country and fosters better cross-cultural exchange for everyone.

After Joblio thoroughly vets migrant worker candidates to ensure their credentials, the platform provides relocation services which help migrants start their new lives abroad. A prominent feature of this relocation service is that migrants arrive in groups of 20, ensuring they have a similar community of fellows to depend upon in times of trouble.

Governments, companies, and NGOs involved in the global relocation of migrant workers must understand the importance of community management. If workers are thrust into unfamiliar territory without any familiar lifeline to depend upon, their chances of truly succeeding are severely limited. By focusing on positive community management that develops a support network for new migrants, we can drastically improve outcomes for all.

Modern Community Management Solutions

Community management is not a new idea when it comes to migration — scholars have been discussing the merits of community management for decades. Yet recent innovations are allowing us to approach community management from a new angle, harnessing digital technology all the while to supercharge the results.

“We’ve been debating community management for years, but modern technology allows us to quickly resolve age-old problems like never before,” says Jon Purizhansky.

In addition to providing online classes which are widely accessible across the world, we’re also taking steps to ensure the culinary and cultural needs of migrants are met in their new workplaces. Every time Joblio sends a group of 20 migrant labourers to a new host country, a chef who understands the dietary preferences and needs of the migrants goes with them. This way, these invaluable workers can enjoy some of the comforts of home as they explore intimidating new foods, restaurants, and grocery stores in their host nation.

Home cooked meals shared by the migrant workers can also help them bond with one another. As they go through the experience of moving to a new nation together, they’ll develop valuable connections that ensure nobody falls behind during the integration process.

As the global migration industry continues to expand at a breakneck pace, we must take such cultural quirks into consideration. It’s one thing to venture abroad on a temporary vacation and try new foods — it’s another thing entirely to move to a new country for work only to go hungry because local tastes aren’t yet palatable to you. By enhancing the daily wellbeing of migrant communities, we prepare them for the hard day’s work they want to provide in order to secure fair wages.

Making Migrants Feel At Home

A few touches of home life can radically improve the migrant experience, which in turn translates to enhanced commercial gains for their employers and quicker integration into their host nations.

Joblio is taking steps to ensure migrants feel at home in their new countries by ensuring they’re relocated into communities with adequate religious offerings. This means we focus on integrating religious migrants who have concerns about their faith into regions with appropriate places of worship and local faith groups.

Migrants feeling estranged from their religious practices when they enter a new country is one of the most common complaints in the industry. At Joblio, we’re committed to ensuring that migrant labourers don’t have to abandon their religious beliefs in order to pursue economic opportunities abroad.

Making migrants feel at home is a tricky process that’s nevertheless worth pursuing. The cost of failure is a lackluster integration process that wastes the potential of these critical workers. In an effort to bolster human rights, improve the migrant experience, and ensure optimal economic outcomes, Joblio will tirelessly perfect its method of community management.

Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/the-joblio-method-of-migrant-community-management/