Visionary leadership and sound business acumen are the driving forces propelling RecruitGiant to new heights as a specialist recruiter of non-EU national workers.
Under Founder and CEO Tomas Mikalauskas’ guidance, the company has moved from strength to strength, establishing itself as a market leader in recruitment and aiding in addressing national labour shortages in various critical economic sectors such as hospitality, construction, and service delivery.
“RecruitGiant is a Malta-based business, but we fill vacancies in many countries across the EU. All of these markets, from Cyprus to Latvia and from France to Poland, are facing labour shortages,” Mr Mikalauskas tells MaltaCEOs.mt
“Obviously, in different countries this problem manifests itself differently. For example, on the continent, the shortage of lorry drivers is particularly acute. But the fact is that Europe is an ageing continent, and every country needs to import labour to keep its economy moving,” he continued.
It is beyond any doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic brought about significant labour shortages in various sectors.
To this end, Mr Mikalauskas was quick to reassess and adapt RecruitGiant’s recruitment process, tapping his extensive experience and international network to provide feasible solutions to both employers and prospective jobseekers from various countries.
“We simply don’t have enough people to do all the jobs that need doing. The harder it becomes to bring in non-EU workers, either because of the pandemic or because of short-sighted political ideology, the greater the threat to Europe’s long-term economic prosperity,” the Founder-CEO highlights.
“That, in a nutshell, is the challenge and the opportunity before us,” he concludes.
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