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A New Home at Work: an Employer’s Guide to Fostering Inclusion for Refugees in the Workplace
March 11, 2019
A New Home at Work by Deloitte and the Tent Partnership for Refugees is a guide to help companies create inclusive workplace environments for their refugee employees. It offers guiding principles, inclusion initiatives, action steps, case studies, and anecdotes based on research and interviews with 90+ employers, refugee employees, and other experts.
Australian Employers’ Guide to Hiring Refugees
The Australian Employers’ Guide to Hiring Refugees is a practical toolkit intended to help employers who are interested in hiring refugees but don’t know where to start.
How Helping Refugees Helps Brands
This study analyzes how brands making commitments to support refugees affects consumer perceptions in the United States. U.S. consumers exhibit a significant level of support for brands that help refugees, indicating that brands can “do good,” by making positive contributions in the lives of refugees, and “do well,” by attracting consumer support at the same time.
Info Emploi Réfugiés
French companies have an exciting opportunity to strengthen their workforce by hiring refugees. Info Emploi Réfugiés (IER) is a new guide by Tent and Action Emploi Réfugiés.
UK Employers’ Guide to Hiring Refugees
Hiring refugees is an impactful way for companies to drive their business forward while addressing one of the most pressing challenges of our time. This guide has practical information for British businesses to hire refugees in the United Kingdom.
The Economic and Fiscal Effects of Granting Refugees Formal Labor Market Access
Many of the world’s 25 million refugees spend years unable to provide for themselves or contribute to their host economies because they are legally barred from working or owning businesses. Granting refugees formal labor market access unlocks a range of benefits—for refugees, hosts, and global businesses.