Our first mission is trying our best to find you a job. We depend on the wishes of our clients. We have an extended and varied network, so we can guarantee you a bigger chance of finding a job.
Even though we will do our best, we cannot guarantee you a job.
Sorry, no. Our main goal is to get you as quickly as into business life and to make you a legal employee. We can only provide you the job positions that our clients offer us. If you participate in our program, we expect you to consider every vacancy. Even if it is below your standard line of work, it might be a good start for a legal position.
Yes, you do. United Work will assist your employer apply for a work permit for you. Due to legal restrictions; the work permit is only valid for a specific job and belong to a specific employer-employee relationship. If you quit the job, your new employer is expected to apply for a work permit.
Our clients are mainly looking for ‘blue-collar’ workers. Blue-collar work may involve skilled or unskilled manufacturing, sanitation, construction, mechanical maintenance, technical installation and many other types of physical work. Also, jobs in restaurants or shops. A higher level academic education is often not required for many blue-collar jobs. However, certain fields may require specialized training, licensing or certification as well as a high school diploma.
No. However, beginner or moderate level of Turkish speaking increases your chance of finding a job. Our training program is in English. Translation from English to Arabic will be provided.
No, all assistance and services provided by United Work is complimentary for both candidates and employers.
Of course. We like to stay in touch and hear from you. If there are problems in reference to your job (communication, safety, rights, harassment), please inform us. We will try to support you with our best effort.
No. This is our one of main mission that provide you legal working environment to save your rights.
Yes. All refugees are always welcomed.