Unionists have registered 1,224 workers allegedly sacked in connection with Bahrain's unrest.
Absenteeism during a wave of anti-government protests is one of the main complaints of their former employers.
The General Federation
The fate of hundreds of sacked Bahraini workers will top the agenda of a meeting today between unionists and a top International Labour Organisation (ILO) official.
Director-general Juan Somavia arrived in Bahrain, heading a high-level del
Unionists in Bahrain continued to register dismissed workers from private and public sectors, with 46 workers coming forward yesterday to list their details.
This takes the total number to 881 sacked workers, who have been visiting the Gen
Bahrain unionists said they had registered another 59 sacked workers, taking the total to 835.
The workers have been visiting the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions(GFBTU) in Adliya for the past two weeks and registering to avail a
Bahrain's unionists have submitted a list of dismissed workers to the Labour Ministry for the evaluation of each case in co-ordination with employers.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) listed details of 776 sacked
The Education Ministry has suspended 111 employees for participating in anti-government protests and strike called by the dissolved Bahrain Teachers Society (BTS).
Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi said probe committees had concluded t
Six hundred workers in Bahrain allegedly sacked for absenteeism have so far registered with unionists.
Companies who dismissed staff for allegedly skipping work to take part in anti-government protests will be summoned next week to make th
Unionists have backed the approach by Bahrain ministries of studying cases related to absenteeism before taking any disciplinary action.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) said yesterday that while companies in the priv
Unionists have compiled a list of 373 workers sacked from their jobs in Bahrain's public and private sectors.
The workers visited the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) in Adliya to register for the unemployment insuran
Bahrain's biggest trade union shut down its headquarters in Adliya after rumours that international human right activists were planning to meet sacked workers without their consent.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU