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
The Labour Market’s Regulatory Authority (LMRA) will launch two new units to serve expatriates in the North Sitra industrial area and Al Naim (Al Razi Health Centre) tomorrow. Continue reading
CEO of Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) and Chairman of the National Committee to Combat Trafficking in Persons, Ausamah Al Absi received Ethiopian Consul, Eskedar Girmay yesterday morning. Continue reading
Minister of Labour and Labour Market Regulatory Authority Chairman, Jameel Humaidan announced here that there is a continued growth in employment in the Kingdom with an increase of about 5 per cent. Continue reading
The National Committee to Combat Trafficking in Persons has agreed to develop an action plan for technical cooperation with international organizations, particularly in the field of training. Continue reading
Labour Market Regulatory Authority’s (LMRA) Chief Executive Officer Ausamah Al Absi said that the Authority in the past benefitted from recruiting various labourers from different countries.For the labour market in the Kingdom, Al Absi held a meeting in Kathmandu of Nepal on Friday with the Labour Ministry and Communications Ministry of Nepal aiming to regulate and attract foreign labourers from Nepal through authorized labour supply companies.
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority plans to simplify services to customers by adding 6 new services in Post Offices in various governorates of the Kingdom starting April 5. LMRA’s Vice President of Operations, Ali Al Kooheji said the authority is keen on providing all possible facilities to save time of the customers. Continue reading
Tamkeen yesterday released its financial results for year 2014 reporting revenue of BD75.6 million from the Labour Market Regulatory Authority fees, as its total expenditure for the period reached BD 79.1m, which includes operational expenses. Continue reading