YACCA is supported by exalted clients across Middle East and East Asia to whom we provide expert manpower solutions throughout the year.
Our specialized recruitment teams are well versed with each industry we cater to and efficiently source best talent in the industry. We maintain a high quality talent pool in form of digitally maintained resume database and gather additional candidates through job posting and advertisements on popular job portals and National Daily Newspapers.
Client satisfaction is our top most priority and we make sure the employer and the employee are in proper harmony before appointment. We arrange for face-to-face interviews or internet video conferencing between clients and candidates to facilitate a better understanding.
We believe in quality rather than volumes, so we strive to provide better results to keep our employers happy. That is our ultimate reward and we are confident that will bring us more qualified business in future.
For training & testing skilled workers, we have trade test centers across Nepal where we are equipped with modern tools & techniques to get high end technical skill tradesmen for our employer worldwide.
YACCA has successfully sent candidates to fill vacancies across the GCC & East Asia, where they have worked on some of the most prestigious construction projects. Happily, our reputation for providing a professional and highly effective service has traveled with them.
Trades & Labor
Perhaps, the answer is "Nepalese Manpower" when one is asked to identify honest, sincere, hardworking, dedicated, painstaking and low-waged manpower.
With a substantial number of Nepalese manpower already in overseas employment, the trend of flying overseas for job still continues. The growing unemployment crisis and the political instability of our nation have forced the Nepalese youths to seek foreign employment. Besides, since the Nepalese youth can work in any climatic condition, are well trained and enthusiastic the recruiting companies can have a wider range of choice form skilled to unskilled, from trained to experienced and even professional.