Find Top Talent and Make a Global Difference.
Employers worldwide are facing challenges meeting their hiring needs. At the same time, talented refugees face barriers which prevent them from working and rebuilding their lives. By hiring through Talent Beyond Boundaries your organisation can gain a skilled and talented employee whilst also contributing to solving the global refugee crisis. We provide a full remote recruitment service including identifying suitable refugee candidates and assisting employers to conduct video interviews and skills validation. We also assist with the immigration and onboarding process.
If you are an employer and you are interested in hiring with us please click below to complete a short expression of interest form and a member of our team will contact you to discuss the process.
If you are a refugee looking for job opportunities please find out more here.
We are proud to connect employers with quality candidates while making the selection process as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
TBB manages an online Talent Catalog of more than 15,000 refugees who have registered their skills, qualifications and employment history. We also engage with skilled refugees through our presence on the ground in Jordan and Lebanon and through our partnerships with refugee organisations worldwide.
For corporate partners, TBB identifies relevant talent within our Talent Catalog, provides candidate preparation, facilitates the interview process, and works with candidates and employers throughout the immigration process to ensure successful employment.
We work with employers to identify skilled talent to meet hiring needs, including for hard-to-fill positions
We collaborate with employers to verify candidates' credentials and skills and also ensure candidates are job ready by providing soft-skills and language training
We facilitate all phases of the selection and interviewing process with candidates
We coordinate with partners to complete the visa application process
We ensure successful placement by providing regular follow-up with the employer and the new hire
“We began working with TBB ultimately because it’s the right thing and the smart thing to do ... With the potential for positive outcomes for both businesses and these individuals, I’m convinced this will become a solution with which organisations will increasingly seek involvement.”
“We’ve got a great candidate who went through the same process other candidates go through, very high technical ability, good communication skill[s], everything you’d expect”
“[Think] what are the skills, what are the general life skills that you need and value in a particular role. And you're likely to find those, as we did, in good supply through Talent Beyond Boundaries.”
“We expect the skills shortages in regional Western Australia to continue … and see initiatives like TBB as vital to us achieving our goal of trading at full capacity. As a company that prides itself on maintaining a high standard of corporate citizenship, we are proud to be involved in initiatives that contribute to solving global issues, like the settlement of refugees”
“Our whole team and company is excited to be involved in this ground-breaking opportunity.”
Talent Beyond Boundaries is the only organization linking international refugee talent with employers. In addition to hiring refugees, your organization can support this innovative initiative in a number of ways:
- Offer your expertise to assist candidates to be more employable (for example, through coaching or assisting with interview preparation for candidates)
- Connect us to other employment opportunities
- Help to fundraise for Talent Beyond Boundaries in your workplace (for example, through a workplace giving program or fundraising event)
- Share labor market analytics
- Become a TBB sponsor
If you are interested in supporting Talent Beyond Boundaries in any of these ways please contact us at [email protected]
Talent Beyond Boundaries materials
- Talent Catalog Analytics
- Snapshot of Women Refugees in the Talent Catalog
- Sample of TBB candidates in the IT sector
- Mapping Refugee Skills and Employability: Data and Analysis from the Talent Catalog (September 2017)
- Global Refugee Talent - Business Perspectives Report (September 2018)