Report: Qatar Labor ministry shuts down 15 rogue recruitment agencies
More than a dozen employment agencies in Qatar have reportedly been closed down by authorities for flouting the country’s labor law and failing to improve after being warned repeatedly.
Inspectors from the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOLSA) canceled the licenses for the 15 unnamed agencies after conducting spot-checks and routine investigations, the Peninsula reported.
Reasons for the termination of their licenses include multiple complaints filed against them, violating the state’s labor law and failing to correct mistakes after being issued with an official warning, the ministry’s recruitment manager Fawaz Mohamed Nasser Al Rayes said.
A team of six Qatari inspectors monitors the performance of the 282 manpower agencies operating in the country, which warns the firms if they are violating the terms of their licenses.
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Source News: Doha News
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