And he said if foreign companies were forced to abide by the rules, there would be no need for them to employ foreign workers
When it worked well, the H-1B visa program provided a reasonably streamlined, efficient and predictable means for a company to employ in the United States highly skilled foreign workers
for temporary periods up to six years.
BEIRUT: Civil society groups succeeded earlier this month in lobbying the Justice Ministry to revoke a decision that would have effectively put the personal lives of foreign workers
under the scrutiny of the government.
Kareem said the crime rates had risen in the GCC countries and the growing presence of foreign workers
is cited as one of the reasons.
The main apprehension is with regard to temporary foreign workers
who are already employed in Canada.
Gil McGowan of the Alberta Federation of Labour said that he that he has written federal Immigration Minister Jason Kenney to ask that all temporary foreign workers
who are in Canada currently be allowed to stay.
Commenting on the launch of the service, Ausamah bin Abdulla Al-Absi, LMRA CEO said, "This unique service will be available from 1st January 2014, and allow foreign workers
to stay connected and updated with regards to their work permit and legal status in the Kingdom through text message updates from the LMRA.
Immigration Minister Brendan O'Connor introduced a bill that would require employers trying to hire foreign workers
under the s457 visa scheme to first explain their attempts to recruit suitably qualified Australians.
1, 2012, allowing Taiwanese employers to hire foreign workers
through Internet and thus helping employers and employees save brokerage commission, which is estimated NT$63,480 (US$2,116) at most for each case.
The first section offers an overview of foreign worker
policy and the minimum wage system in Taiwan, followed by a comparison with minimum wage systems adopted by other labour importing countries.
No one can deny that exploitation does exist within the foreign worker
system of Israel.
This paper describes the Fair Work Ombudsman's experience in the enforcement of labour standards for foreign workers
and some of the inherent challenges attached to this activity.