Apollo Manpower Services is one of the leading manpower supplier having 17 years experience in the recruitment business from the Kingdom of Nepal.
We are government approved agent licensed by the Ministry of Labour (Licence No. 22/048/049) and the Ministry of Industries (Licence No. 13438/048) of His Majesty's Government of Nepal.
Apollo Manpower Services has gained a considerable experience in the supply of manpower to the different countries due to its valued experience. Apollo Manpower Services has also achieved commendable growth in the supply of manpower with the team of qualified and professional staffs. Apollo Manpower Services is dedicated to perform the responsibilities to seek for the best job opportunity with maximum salary benefits for the Nepalese people in the overseas countries. We maintain computerized list of highly qualified technical people like Doctors, Engineers, Chartered Accountants etc. in our Data Bank for our principal and provides free educational classes to the deserving candidates as per the demands of our principals.
Apollo Manpower Services always believes in quality work. We make countrywide advertisement in the leading newspaper in English and Nepali from time to time and maintain the list of the personnels of various trades and categories and keep full record of candidates for future reference. Every candidate is interviewed of suitability of job before presenting to the principal.
Medical examination by the Embassy approved Doctors are conducted prior to the processing of the documents to confirm the medical fitness of the candidates.
We are always proud to recommend Nepalese Nationality to our overseas employers as the Nepalese people have particular qualities of honesty, loyalty and dedication to their work.
In reorganization to our commitment Apollo Manpower Service has been given the following Awards.
1. Ten Top Manpower Award – HMG's Ministry of Labour in the year 1999.
2. Top Manpower Award – Nepal Felicitation Award, 2000
3. Ten Top Manpower Award – The National Journal labour, 2001