Ministry of Labour closes 23 labour recruitment offices for not responding to claims, complaints
03 March 2023, 12:00 AM
31 March 2023, 12:00 AM
Qatar Ministry of Labour on Wednesday announced the closure and withdrawal of licenses of 23 Labour recruitment offices for violating the decision to regulate the conditions and procedures for licensing labour recruitment from abroad and for non-response to customer's complaints.
The move is part of the continuous follow-up and control efforts on recruitment offices, and to ensure the implementation of decisions issued by the ministry, which would maintain the rights of employers and domestic workers.
The Ministry of Labour is carrying out continuous inspection campaigns on recruitment offices to monitor their compliance with the implementation of the applied decisions to regulate the recruitment of domestic workers.
The ministry stated that the inspection teams, during their rounds, make sure that the new forms of employment contracts for domestic workers are used in accordance with the terms of the decision to extend the guarantee, in addition to making sure that they adhere to the recruitment prices according to the decision to set the maximum prices for the recruitment of domestic workers.
The closed recruitment agencies are Al Nasr Recruitment Agency, Al-Shuyoukh Manpower, Al-Meer Manpower, Friends Manpower Recruitment, On Point Recruitment Solution, Eurotec Manpower Recruitment, Regency Manpower Recruitment, Top Unique Manpower, Al Waad Manpower Recruitment, Al-Rashad Manpower Recruitment, Al Sharif Manpower Recruitment, Al Baraka to Manpower Recruitment, Asian Gulf Manpower Recruitment, White Manpower Recruitment, Dana Doha Manpower Recruitment, Al Nouf Recruitment Services, Royal Manpower Recruitment, Al Wajba Manpower Recruitment, Progressive Manpower Recruitment, Earth Smart Human Resources Company, Iram Manpower Recruitment, Al Safsaf Manpower Recruitment, Al Waab Manpower Recruitment.
The Ministry of Labour has established direct means of communication to receive complaints from the public, including the hotline at 40288101, and has urged all citizens and residents to report any abuses or violations by domestic labour recruitment offices regarding the implementation of the Ministry's decisions on extension of the probationary period, or the decision to limit the maximum prices for the recruitment of domestic workers.