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The Gulf state is considering implementing practical & theoretical exams for some professions, according to the acting director general of Public Authority for Manpower
Foreign lawyers are being forced to retire despite a lack of local expertise; gov’t reportedly will launch an electronic encyclopaedia
Thirty-four employers face up to life in prison if convicted of 'human trafficking' – recruiting expats without having jobs for them
Gulf state has previously said it will half number of expats to 1 million by 2023
Kuwait will end a suspension on new foreign workers amid visa fraud investigation: report
Deadly riot in Riyadh on Saturday threatens to boil over into Kuwait after cleaners are sacked
Gulf state to kick foreign workers out of dwellings as part of ongoing war on expats
Minister of Social Affairs and Labor allegedly hired several unqualified siblings on high wages
Regulation viewed as yet another anti-foreigner attack
Minister of Social Affairs and Labour says it is country's right to rebalance demographics
Much-criticised system will be abolished when public authority for expat workers is set-up.
Gulf state says no private sector employee can be hired for less than KD60.
New rules mean expat employers will no longer have to be affiliated to local sponsor.
Inspection team's study also shows 3,313 workers injured at work in past year.
Minister issues decree allowing expats to switch jobs within private sector.
Labour minister reveals new move to protect nationals caught up in global downturn.
Ministry reportedly stops issuing new work permits for companies which fall short.
Kuwait conference hears overseas workers are key part of future economy - IOM.
Two complexes to house 12,000 foreign workers, says Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.
Cleaners victorious against employer who failed to pay salaries, tried to deport them.
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