Hiring & Training

Hiring and training refugees for the workforce

Refugees often face increased barriers to accessing jobs in their new host communities. Companies can play a vital role in creating jobs for refugees, by training them and hiring them directly into their workforce.

Hiring & Training

In Canada, Starbucks has committed to employing 1,000 refugees by 2022. This is part of Starbucks’s global effort to hire refugees around the world.

Hiring & Training

Philips has committed to providing workplaces for 100 refugees by 2024 in the Netherlands and Germany. This builds on Philips’s programs to offer refugees training and mentoring support.

Hiring & Training

Sodexo has committed to hiring 600 refugees in 7 countries. To ensure their success at the company, Sodexo provides them with support such as language training and professional development coaching.