WorkersJoint is a holistic program designed to support marginalized, migrant, unemployed workers, home-based workers, women workers, and micro-producers to attain greater upward social and economic mobility, thereby creating an ethical ecosystem for hiring and outsourcing for stakeholders:
Processes in WorkersJoint
Support to workers starts with registering workers on the digital platform of WorkersJoint. After that, workers can get:
- Connected to various employers for livelihood.
- Linked with different social security schemes of govt and get their bank accounts opened.
- Training related to their skill area, soft skills, etc.
- Empowerment support
The digital platform of WorkersJoint makes the workers visible in the job market. It helps them connect with businesses that offer them better work opportunities and a better work environment.
Partnering with International Organization for Migration (UN-IOM)
WorkersJoint program has joined hands with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). It is part of the United Nations System as the leading inter-governmental organization promoting migration for the benefit of all, with 174 member states and a presence in over 100 countries. In India, IOM is not only focused on international migrant workers but is also looking into the vast quantum of inter-state migrant workers to help protect their interests.
Stakeholders of WorkersJoint
Businesses: Businesses get access to a database of workers and micro-sub-contractors with their respective profiles, thereby giving them the choice of hiring and outsourcing with the best relevant skills and experience. WorkersJoint ensures no child labor is in the database, thereby preventing child labor and the possibility of trafficked labor.
Micro-production units: Micro-production units are an essential constituent of India’s manufacturing sector, especially where labor-intensive value addition is done. WorkersJoint collects profile data of such micro-production units to make them available to larger businesses to help them responsibly outsource their production. Access to the WorkersJoint fulfills the hiring needs of these micro-units and promotes ethical hiring at the bottom of the value chain.
Workers: Complete professional profiles of informal workers, marginalized workers, migrant workers, or unemployed workers are uploaded, and their access is given to the Companies or brands looking for skilled workers.
Support System for Workers
Electronic Migration Resource Centre (e-MRC): eMRC has a collection of information that a migrant worker might be looking for. It includes all kinds of emergency helpline numbers, information about the city, industry information, labour laws, and human rights. Currently, all data pertains to Jaipur city. As the wings of WorkersJoint spread to other cities, this e-MRC will be updated with information regarding other locations.
HelpLine: Another critical feature of WorkersJoint is the live Helpline number on which any worker can call up for information. Helpline provides relevant information support to workers, mainly migrant workers.
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