RecruitGiant, one of Malta’s leading recruiters of third-country national employees, opened a new office in India’s capital, New Delhi on Wednesday.
The office, led by Avinash Nadviledath, will provide on the ground assistance to Indian nationals seeking work visas in Malta.
Additionally, the office will also conduct candidate interviews, undertake diligence checks, and make travel arrangements on behalf of Malta-based employers.
“The backlog in issuing visas through Malta’s High Commission in India, and the difficulties this has been causing for Maltese businesses has been well documented,” RecruitGiant CEO Tomas Mikalauskas said.
“While it’s encouraging to see Identity Malta taking action to alleviate this problem, we felt that there was more that could be done to make the process more efficient,” he added.
“RecruitGiant has had a physical presence in India for some time, but our focus has been primarily on training candidates,” Mr Mikalauskas continued.
“Through our new office in New Delhi, we will be able to provide much greater assistance to Maltese employers and Indian candidates throughout the entire process,” he concluded.
Mr Nadviledath added to this, saying: “Together with my team, we will make every effort to assist Maltese employers looking to recruit in India by ensuring we find the right candidates for the available roles and assist them in making all the necessary arrangements before they travel.”
“As an English-speaking country with a warm climate, Malta is an attractive destination for Indian workers and I am certain RecruitGiant can help Maltese companies who need staff find the right matches for them,” he continued.
RecruitGiant has international experience in recruitment and focuses on providing a “multi-discipline, specialist recruitment service and a partnership-lead approach” with clients, candidates, and contractors.
More information can be found at https://recruitgiant.eu/
Avinash Nadviledath (left) leading a team meeting at the new RecruitGiant office in New Delhi