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Welcome to Al Haya Labors Recruitment Ajman, UAE 

Al Haya is proud to be the preferred overseas recruitment agency for numerous firms around the world specially in GCC countries. Our high rated consultancy is based in Ajman, UAE. We provide international recruitment solutions from Asian countries to all GCC countries. Our major role is to analyze the manpower recruitment of our clients and offer them services in the form of quality workforce from their chosen country.

As a reputed overseas recruitment specialist, our company has an impressive list of repeated clients. This has been achieved due to our undeterred focus on the quality of services. We understand that the major challenge for most companies is to fit the right person the right post. As a result, recruitment experts here are willing to spend the extra time necessary to select the best candidate. Not only do we believe in recruiting the right candidate, but we also like to build trusting relationships with our clients.

Our recruitment consultancy has earned goodwill by offering its services as an overseas manpower agencies by providing smart solutions for employment and placements. We analyze, employ ,nurture and include the most professional and skilled individuals for various business organizations. In a nutshell, AHLR  provides services ranging from small-scale recruitment to large-scale recruitment of overseas manpower to all GCC countries from Asian region.

Speaking of our worldwide reach, Al Haya Labors Recruitment consultancy owned several major recruitment agencies in the world. These are located in Nepal, India,Srilanka, Bangladesh, Philippines , Indonesia & Vietnam, all our agencies in these countries are providing overseas manpower services to United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait & Bahrain.

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