Hey @Kelly Lynch, thanks for checking us out, and we're glad to check out your impressive work! Seems like we have a lot of similar principles underpinning our work.
For healthcare specifically, we've certainly run into what you're talking about -- certification / credential recognition can be a challenge. To date, we've had interest in candidates to serve as Personal Support Workers or to provide end-of-life care, etc. These are roles that draw on peoples' healthcare experience but require less significant credential recognition. Many of the employers we've spoken to have set up systems to help candidates recertify in nursing, for example, during their tenure as a PSW or aide.
Fields with less need for formal credential recognition, including most notably IT / Tech, have been where we've had early success, but with creative partnerships with employers and credential recognizing bodies, we're hopeful about seeing people employed across a whole range of industries. We can definitely keep in touch about any lessons learned on this front!
Hey Anubha Sharma thanks so much for your kind words! We have teams in our destination countries doing on-the-ground outreach to employers. Because what we're doing is new, personal outreach has been important. We've also partnered with impressive groups like Jumpstart in Canada and Refugee Talent in Australia to do further corporate outreach, and as we grow anticipate more local partnerships like these to multiply our work.