Newsletter on Bahrain Good Morning radio show about LMRA statistical report for the second week of the month of May 2014.
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) announced that it will, in accordance with the law and the Audit Bureau’s directives, begin cancellation of valid work permits issued to establishments that have not paid the monthly fees. Continue reading
Nineteen new inspectors have joined the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) as Judicial Officers.
Following the directives of the Prime Minister HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the newlyrecruited officials will contribute in detecting and controlling the increasing illegal employment phenomenon. Continue reading
Manama, July 28th (BNA) –Minister of Labour, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Labour Market Regulatory Authority, Jameel Bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan issued an edict to organize the records of the employers. The Edict, which includes six articles, obliges the employer who recruits foreign workers to have a record entitled “A Record for Registering the Foreign Workers.” Continue reading
HUNDREDS of expatriate housewives working as teachers could be deported if schools do not have permission to employ them. Legal action has already been taken against several educational institutions, as the Labour Market Regulatory Authority seeks to close loopholes in the law. Continue reading
BAHRAIN has doubled the number of inspectors working at the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) as it seeks to crackdown on workers violating the law. Continue reading
LMRA and four governorates, Capital, Muharraq, Northern and the Middle area have launched a joint raid resulted in catching 46 illegal expats selling goods on the roads in violation to LMRA, Municipalities and Immigration laws. Continue reading