WorkersJoint Program

(An initiative of Tri-Impact and IOM)

The WorkersJoint program of Tri-Impact and IOM (International Organization for Migration) help informal workers get connected with good companies to access job opportunities and also helps companies in outsourcing their production work to units which adhere to some social compliances such as no child labour and no forced labour.


What they say about our services

"यह प्रयास मुझे बहुत अच्छा लगा की जहाँ आज कोई काम ढूँढने में इतनी कठिनाई हो रही है, वहां यह संस्था हमे वर्कर्स जॉइंट के माध्यम से काम दिलवाने में सहायता कर रही है। मैं अपने परिवार के लिए काम करना चाहती हूँ।"

लक्ष्मी कुमारी


"शहर से बाहर वालों को काम मिलना एक कठिन काम है। इसलिये वर्कर्स जॉइंट कार्यकर्म मुझे अच्छा लगा की इसके माध्यम से मुझे भी रोजगार मिल पायेगा। मैं अपने परिवार की सहायता कर पाऊँगी और आगे बढ़ पाऊँगी।"

कविता प्रजापत

सवाई माधोपुर

“The idea of creating digital platform for migrant workers and businesses will be extremely helpful in formalising recruitment and enhancing transparency for both, as workers get exploited by mediators, whereas businesses do not have any proper mechanism for formalising the recruitment process.”

Ms. Vaishali Agarwal, Owner, Rang Creation


“WorkersJoint Program is an unique initiative and it’s the requirement of today’s scenario.”

Ms. Kartika Agarwal, Owner, Breatch


“पहली बार किसी ने हमारे हकों की बात कही है , अगर आप हमे किसी स्थायी रोजगार से जोड़ देंगे तो इस से अच्छा क्या होगा”

“First time someone has spoken about our rights. If you are able to connect us with some stable job, nothing can be better for us.”

“इससे बेहतर क्या होगा की आप हमारे दरवाजे पे आकर हमे ऐसे सुविधा दे रहे हैं, बैठे बैठे हमारी जानकारी कारखानों तक पहुँच जाएगी – ऐसे हमे बिचौलियों को पैसा नहीं देना पड़ेगा और हमे हमारी मेहनत का सही भुगतान मिल पायेगा”

“What could be better for us? You have come to our doorstep to take our information and you will give this information to business units. This way we are saved from spending on middle men and we will be able to get right price for our work.”

“There is an urgent requirement of operational guidance related to recruitment of migrant workers in the garment industries specially after the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Ms. Priyanka Fredrick, Owner


“Recruitment practice of migrant workers should be free from biases. The process should be easy and less time taking.”

Goodwill Impex Ltd.


“This pandemic has shown many faces of unorganized sector. There are a huge number of Interstate migrant workers in the garment industries. Investing in employees by offering trainings and up-skilling should be very effective.”

A.B Exports


The Program

The four pillars of WorkersJoint program are

1. Build the database of informal workers and connect them with Businesses through a tech platform

The program will create individual profiles of informal workers on the WorkersJoint tech platform. The profiles will be segregated in production sector, place, gender, and employable skills. This database will be provided to the employer companies in the manufacturing sector linked with the program for their recruitment and production outsourcing needs.


2. Recognize the skills of the informal workers

Informal workers registered on WorkersJoint will receive an opportunity to go through a skill test process endorsed by the employer industries and related sector skill councils of India. The program will work towards building a system to recognize the prior learning and skills of the informal workers. This recognition will improve the visibility of the skilled workers and, as a result, their opportunities to get better wages and working conditions.

3. Link informal workers with bank accounts and government social security schemes

The workers will be supported to open or activate their bank accounts and register with the government social security schemes.


4. Long-term hand holding support to the informal workers

The informal workers registered on the WorkersJoint platform will receive long-term support in learning focused on basic literacy, health and safety awareness, financial literacy, and sector-specific hard and soft skills.


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