Monday 24 July 2017
 
»
Tag
 
»
expat workers

Kuwait to build new city for expat workers

Kuwait will soon invite bids for a project to build a new city in the northern Al Jahra governorate of the country that can accommodate nearly 20,000 expatriate workers, said a report.   The "Southwest Al Ja

More…

Bahrain 'must set up townships for expat workers'

Bahraini authorities have been called to set up labour townships away from capital Manama to accommodate thousands of expat workers, including those without proper documents, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.

More…

Saudi Arabia rules out tax on expat remittances

Saudi Arabia will not impose a tax on the money which foreign workers in the kingdom send back to their home countries, finance minister Ibrahim Alassaf told reporters on Tuesday. Some countries in the Gulf have been considering s

More…

Saudi Arabia rules out tax on expat remittances

Saudi Arabia will not impose a tax on the money which foreign workers in the kingdom send back to their home countries, finance minister Ibrahim Alassaf told reporters on Tuesday. Some countries in the Gulf have been considering s

More…

Bahrain expats ‘could get translated contracts’

Bahrain's migrant workers could have their employment contracts translated into their native language if a similar move in Qatar proves successful, according to a top official. Labour Ministry Under-Secretary Sabah Al Dossary

More…

Saudi extends expat worker amnesty to Nov 3

Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has extended an amnesty for foreign workers to obtain legal status in the country until the end of the Islamic year on November 3, from the previous deadline of July 3, the official Saudi Press Agency reported

More…

1.5m expats change status before Saudi crackdown

More than 1.5 million foreign workers in Saudi Arabia have changed their residence status since April ahead of a planned crackdown on illegally registered expatriates in the world's leading oil exporter, the

More…

1.5m expats change status before Saudi crackdown

More than 1.5 million foreign workers in Saudi Arabia have changed their residence status since April ahead of a planned crackdown on illegally registered expatriates in the world's leading oil exporter, the

More…

LMRA warns of checkup violations

The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has warned expat workers who have failed to take mandatory medical tests after being in the kingdom for more than six months; that they will be penalised. About 11,600 expat workers fa

More…

LMRA clamp on Bahrain expat workers

Foreigners who have still not registered with the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) by the end of this month will be prevented from having their work permits renewed, warned senior officials. Meanwhile, companies whose foreign empl

More…
 1 2 3 4 5 >  Last ›

calendarCalendar of Events

Ads