1. Our personnel are sent to training centers for specific skill development and capacity building. We want them to be adroit, diligent and dependable. Hence we provide them with psychological sessions to enhance their inner faculty. It’s confidence that counts in making a person competent. At the end of the day, we have a workforce, which is raring to go that ‘extra mile’ with high fervor, unbounded determination and supreme confidence.
2. The easy familiarity with English language, even at the low cadres of labour, eliminates the communication barrier. This fact alone paves the way to higher productivity. Realizing this, we train our people in the languages before placing them, but that depends on the need of the employer. We are associated with Leading Institute, a leading Language training center in Kathmandu, which takes care of the language requirements of our manpower.
3. Besides providing language training, we also brief our workforce on the socio-cultural requirements of a specific country. We believe that our human resources need a good understanding of the people, the culture, the tradition, etc. of the place before leaving for the sites.
4. When we send our people abroad we expect a certain amount of remuneration, which is better than what is available in the country and make sure that their labour pays rich dividends. The salary should go with their ability, training and experience as also the norms of the place of work.
We are a registered and authorized organization by the Government of Nepal, established as a Foreign Employment Consultant as well as Nepali Manpower supply company with the motto “To Choose the Right Person for the Right Job at the Right Time”. Our Destiny Employment Services Pvt. Ltd. is managed by a workforce consisting of energetic professionals from different sectors such as Bureaucrats, Engineers, Hospitality professionals, Bankers, Army and young entrepreneurs. We are always honored by good relations with Government of Nepal, associations related to foreign employment agencies and social workers who have networks all over Nepal.. view more »