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Majority of new arrivals are set to be employed in Qatar's booming construction sector - report
Reforms will include workers being paid wages via bank transfers; rights groups urge proper enforcement
Human Rights Watch calls on authorities to end sponsorship system, punish abusive employers
Announcements about new legislation to be made early next year
Labour minister reportedly said amendments will be discussed at the next session of the Qatar Advisory Council
New figures revealed as Qatar continues to be under scrutiny over treatment of 2022 World Cup workers
Global Network for Rights and Development says two staffers have disappeared while investigating migrant labour issues
Measures include bank accounts for workers, electronically-paid wages and a ban on midday outdoor work in the summer
New US human trafficking report puts Gulf state on Tier 2 watchlist; says must "significantly increase" efforts to fight abuses
Controversial kafala will be replaced by system based on employment contracts, say officials
At a tower known as Qatar’s 'home of football’, Amnesty claim 80 migrant workers have not received their wages for almost a year
UK newspaper reported lethal labour conditions for migrants
Ministry of Labour plans to publish list of companies violating employment laws
Human Rights Watch voices concerns over construction worker welfare in Gulf state
Philippines gov't backs GCC deployment; says will be subject to 'further review'
Displaced Filipinos may migrate to Qatar to fill in labour demand for construction frenzy
Ministry of Labour is to monitor private companies wage transfers to safeguard employees' wages
Construction workers make most complaints to Labour Ministry - official report.
Any firm that fails to comply with rule could see worksite closed for a month.
Gulf state's Ministry of Labour says violations discovered as part of gov't crackdown.
Ministry of Labour says companies must provide employee details every six months.
Ministry of Labour to introduce online system to detect labour law violations.
Ministry of Labour chief cites increasing rents as one reason for proposed hike.
Ministry of Labour initiative to help staff laid off unfairly by companies.
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