The provision requiring businesses to shoulder expenditures associated with international hiring should be put into effect.


A recommendation from the General Federation of Trade Unions is that the government firmly the rule requiring businesses to shoulder all of the expenditures incurred in the course of providing foreign employment.

it made public today the findings of a study on the evaluation of manpower company services, GEFONT recommended that the government fully implement a provision that requires employers to cover enrolment fees and expenses as well as proceed with a judicious enrollment process. The study was conducted as part of a program.

Approximately 98 percent of the 1,593 respondents to the poll admitted to paying a enrolment fee, according to the findings. According to the findings of the study, they are required to pay an enrolment fee of Rs 100,000 on average.

In the course of their international job, less two percent of those who answered the survey stated that they did not have to pay any enrolling fees or expenditures.

The current legislation requires to cover all of the costs incurred in the process of enrolling workers in international employment, which has become increasingly common.

It should be noted that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with countries includes a provision that requires employers to shoulder all of the costs associated with the enrollment of workers.

The provision in the bilateral labor agreement inked with the countries, which include Jordan, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, and Mauritius, requires employers to shoulder all of the costs associated with international hiring.

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