Qatar Contractors are obliged to pay millions to migrant workers

Contractors in Qatar are obligated to pay millions of dollars in stipends to foreign employees. Under the Universal Reimbursement Scheme, 266 contractors committed to pay roughly 103.95 million Qatari riyals to 49,286 employees over a 36-month period, a total of approximately 103.95 million Qatari riyals. The amount of 82.35 million Qatari riyals was paid.

In the Gulf state of Qatar, contractors were compelled to pay millions of dollars in migrant worker compensation as part of a revolutionary programme launched by the Supreme Committee (SC) to tackle the unlawful practise of collecting recruiting fees to employees. Thousands of employees have received around 82.35 million Qatari riyals in compensation.

To assist thousands of migrant workers in obtaining their rights, the Supreme Committee has established a large programme known as the “Universal Reimbursement Scheme,” which has so far resulted in employees receiving a total of 82.35 million Qatari riyals (about $82.3 million). More returns have been made, according to the encouraging data released at a ceremony commemorating International Migrants Day on Wednesday, which this year had the subject ‘Utilizing the Possibilities of Human Migration’ and took place in New York City. The meeting was held.

According to Muhammad Al-Hajri, Compliance and Audit Director, Workers Welfare Department, our goal was to transfer the burden of evidence via the scheme on the employee and the employer, as a result of which the employee and the employer would be held responsible. The current effort, which includes a payment of 95 million Qatari riyals, seeks to honour the enormous contribution made by migrant workers in the building of state-of-the-art stadiums while also promoting a safe and non-exploitative working environment. At the height of construction, we welcome 30,000 migrant workers from all over the globe, and we’ve been working hard from the beginning to ensure that everyone involved in our projects has a positive experience. Receiving the highest respect and decency is guaranteed.

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