Exit Permit Reforms for Employees Subject to the Labor Law
- 06/11/2018 : 09:46 AM
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Within the framework of the decrees and laws enacted by the State to facilitate and simplify the procedures of expatriate workers, the travel notification (exit permit) system for workers subject to the Labor Law has been abolished, whereas the employer can retain 5% of his workforce in the list of those who require a prior consent to exit the country, given their nature of the work.
The expatriate worker, in case he is unable to leave the country for any reason, can approach the Expatriate Exit Grievances committee, which will make a decision according to the procedures in force.
Do you agree that this new procedure has a direct contribution to upholding the rights of the employer and the employee alike? How do you see this step in strengthening human rights?
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12/11/2018 | 3:16 PM
08/11/2018 | 11:47 PM
Excellent initiative and one of many which will place Qatar in the forefront. Keep it up.
07/11/2018 | 2:30 PM