Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) launched the flexible work permit in a ceremony held at its Sitra branch yesterday.
The flexible work permit, issued for a period of two years, would enable an Individual to be his/her own sponsor. The permit holder would be free to work anywhere at his choice except in restaurants, salons and hotels, and would be entitled to service at all the Government health centres and hospitals. Continue reading
Manama The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) will start issuing two types of flexible work permits for expatriates. Continue reading
Bahrain and India have reached to a preliminary agreement to scrap recruitment fees of Indian female domestic workers to Bahrain. Continue reading
Of more than 21,000 Egyptians living in the Kingdom, 32 per cent are working in the educational sector, an official statistics showed.
This was disclosed by Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) CEO Ausamah Al Absi yesterday, while receiving Egyptian Trade Union Federation (ETUF) Egyptian delegationPresident and the Manpower Committee at Egypt’s House of Representatives Chairman Gebaly Mohammed Al Maraghy to LMRA. Continue reading
Pakistan Embassy has appreciated the establishment of the first “Shelter House” for victims of human trafficking in Bahrain, as Minister of Labour and Social Development Jameel Hamaidan inaugurated the establishment at Sehla yesterday. Continue reading
Collective efforts from the expat’s country of origin as well the country of his workplace are needed to ensure fair recruitment practices for expat labourers, according to Ausamah Al Absi, Chairman of Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) and Human Trafficking Committee. Continue reading
The National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking held its fifth meeting at their headquarters of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) last Wednesday.
Labour Market Regulatory Authority CEO and Chairman of the National Anti-Human Trafficking Committee, Ausamah bin Abdullah Al Absi briefed the members about the latest development related to the processing of a new shelter for victims of trafficking which is expected to be opened soon. Continue reading
Around 21,000 illegal residents have rectified their situations since the launch of the amnesty period in July. Officials confirmed that Bangladeshis, Indians and Pakistanis were the ones who benefited the most from the campaign. Continue reading
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority’s (LMRA) is focused on branching out across the Kingdom to be more accessible to the citizens, said CEO of LMRA Ausamah bin Abdulla Al Absi. Continue reading
Manama Illegal migrant workers are being urged to benefit from the amnesty and regulate their situation or leave Bahrain without penalties.The Assistant Undersecretary for Ports, Search and Follow Up at the Nationality, Passport and Residence (NPRA) called upon the migrant community to comply with grace period so as bring their situation in line with the law.
In a statement issued yesterday, he said that the NPRA has allocated employees and offices to facilitate the paperwork procedures. Continue reading