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Our Commitments

Human Rights & Decent Work

Ensuring dignity and empowering foreign workers

At Osadi, we are deeply committed to upholding human rights and promoting decent work for all. Our dedication extends to the well-being, safety, and empowerment of foreign workers, aligning with the principles set forth by the International Labour Organization (ILO). Through our comprehensive programs and initiatives, we strive to enable an environment where every worker is treated with dignity and provided equitable opportunities for growth and development.

In pursuit of UN SDGs

Driving productive employment opportunities

As a trusted partner in the recruitment and management of foreign workers, we work closely with client organizations in various industries to match their workforce needs with qualified foreign workers. By ensuring a suitable match, we contribute to the creation of productive and efficient teams that are both productive and pivotal to organizational success.


Safe Work Environments

Our focus is the safety and well-being of foreign workers. We ensure adherence to both local regulations and international standards.

Fair Employment Practices

We uphold ethical recruitment principles, promoting transparency, fair wages, and equal opportunities for foreign workers.

Access to Social Protection

We facilitate access to social protection measures, including healthcare benefits and insurance coverage, ensuring job security and peace of mind for foreign workers.
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"Respecting human rights and ensuring decent work for all, regardless of nationality, is crucial in today's globalized world. It is our collective responsibility to promote fair and ethical practices in the hiring of foreign workers, safeguarding their rights, and ensuring safe and dignified employment opportunities."

Ronne Wooi
Managing Director

A consistent, ethical approach to our operations

It’s about more than just filling roles; it’s about fostering meaningful connections, understanding the nuances of each industry, and contributing to Osadi’s mission to innovate and excel in recruitment services. Here, your knowledge will not only shape industries but also redefine the standards of recruitment.

  • RBA Labour Policy →
    Understand our alignment with the Responsible Business Alliance’s principles, ensuring that every worker’s rights are upheld and respected.
  • Zero Fees Policy →
    We believe in a fair recruitment process. Discover our stance on ensuring workers aren’t burdened with recruitment fees, reflecting our dedication to ethical recruitment.

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