Haiti Jobs, Employment

A factory employing more than 10,000 workers begins its process of withdrawal from Haiti

Read this... Following the February 07, 2019, protests that put Haiti on LOCK for more 10 days, a factory employing more than ten thousand (10,000) workers in Caracol has begun its withdrawal process in Haiti.

Economy - Jobs : Dominican Entrepreneur wants to create more textile jobs in Haiti

Did you know? The Industrial Development Company (CODEVI) located in the Ouanaminthe free zone in Northern Haiti currently employs more than 11,000 Haitians in the textile sector. That's 20 percent of the workforce in this sector. They want to create even more jobs.

Haiti Government passes new Labor Law to allow working the Night Shift

A new Haiti Labor just published in the government's official newspaper Le Moniteur now allows 3 eight-hour shifts in a working day... Finally in Haiti, workers can work the night shift; a factory will be able to operate at full capacity.

A Haitian doctor's Salary Compared to that of a BOURETYE

TRUE of FALSE? --- A young Haitian doctor working for the state (l'Etat Haitien) who receive a $24,000 gourdes paycheck, has to wait almost 4 raises, roughly 5 years experience, before he can earn a salary equal to that of a man unloading trucks on the warf of Cap-Haitien or the warf of Port-au-Prince.

Haiti - Employment : Job Sekirite se pi move job, pawol yon Sekirite

Gen yon sekirite an Haiti ki ap plenyen, li di: Job sekirite se pi move job, se ou ki pou mouri avan epi ou pa menm byen touche menm...

Workers in Haiti are asking for an increase in the Minimum wage in Haiti.

Haitian Factory workers are demanding 500 Gourdes as the minimum wage, plus free transportation, cafeteria, healthcare and retirement...

Basic jobs, a controversial issue in Haiti

QUESTION: What type of job is an unskilled laborer living in Haiti desperate for employment qualified for? There are many people looking for an honest way to make money in Haiti right now, a few have knocked on my door. First they ask for a job, then they beg for money... Seriously...

Dyab pa bay lajan an Haiti... Se Travay di ak peseverans

Kèk fwa, mwen rete m-ap refleshi: Sa ki fè kèk moun ki fini klas yo an-Ayiti, yo pa gen lajan, pandan se tan, gen moun ki pa men-m fè elementè 2, yo gen gwo bizniss, yap byen viv...

Manual Labor - The Hardest Working Men in Haiti

Everyday, Hundreds of thousands of Haitian men let go of their pride to put food on the table... This is one of them... Carrying rice bags on the back of his neck all day long. He is one of the hardest working men in Haiti.

Haiti: Teach Someone to Fish? What if there are NO Fish?

"The solution is a lot more complicated than teaching someone to fish," Matt Altman says in his reply to Confessions Of A Haiti NGO Worker, "It does no good teaching someone to fish if there are no fish, or the person does not have a way to get to the fish."