End exploitative recruitment practices

To protect job seekers from exploitative predators, several policy changes should be made

In Summary

• It has become common practice for hiring organisations, especially consultancy firms and NGOs, to ask candidates to undertake tasks and provide outputs.

• However, most of these organisations are preying on desperate applicants to complete or gather information for their on-going projects.

Kenya’s job market has increasingly become aggressively competitive in the last decade.

Hiring has evolved from single-day interviews to complex multiple-stage processes, and the use of ...

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