The Dutch employment agency Tradiro has shared insight into how much they earn from migrant worker hotels. The regional newspaper Omroep West saw their budget and spoke with director Michael Mostert. "We lose a lot of money with these housing complexes. But we have to use them," was one of his statements.
It concerns him 'greatly' that 'an image is created' that job agencies 'only want to profit from housing.' Tradiro wants to realize a large project to house 688 labor migrants in the Netherlands. This idea is, however, meeting resistance from local residents and the municipality. Earlier this year, Tradiro shared a video showing what the project should look like.