LMRA’s CEO receives Nepalese Ambassador


The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA)’s CEO Ausamah bin Abdullah Al Absi on Sunday received the Ambassador of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Mani Prasad Bhattarai.The meeting explored the situation of Nepalese workers in the Kingdom and vistas of cooperation between the LMRA and the Nepalese Ministry of Labour regarding work permits and increasing the awareness of Nepalese workers regarding labour market regulations, legal status, rights and duties.

The Nepalese Ambassador scruitnized the LMRA’s work procedures and expatriate management system (EMS). He praised the LMRA’s efforts and the welfare provided to Nepalese workers in the Kingdom affirming official Nepalese appreciation of these efforts.

He also praised the LMRA’s new regulations, pointing out that facilitations such as the provision of e-applications and capable expatriate workforce management as well as ensuring the rights of workers and employers, also expressed admiration of the LMRA’s accomplishments of regulating foreign manpower.

The meeting was attended by the Nepalese Embassy’s Labour Advisor Bishoraj Neupane and several LMRA officials.

2 thoughts on “LMRA’s CEO receives Nepalese Ambassador

  1. I won to no how to make the online complain . I am working at some ordination in bahrain my agreement agreement working time is 10 hr . But I won to work 20 , 13 hr . With out any payment .

    • Dear Client,

      Thank you for contacting LMRA.
      Issues, problems or disputes that arise between the employee and the employer such as non-payment of salaries, leave entitlements, health and safety issues etc… are out of LMRA’s jurisdiction, these issues need to be reported at the Ministry of Labour’s Complaints Department in Isa Town.

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