posted on 14/06/2012: 848 views
Geneva - UAE Labour Minister Saqr Ghobash has lauded the resolutions of the GCC Undersecretaries of the Ministries of Labour meeting held last May within the framework of boosting the joint GCC work, exchanging expertise and integrating policies to manage the GCC labour markets in the light of their similar components and challenges.
He added that the technical teams at the GCC labour ministries have reviewed about 20 best GCC initiatives being implemented by member states to streamline the labour markets. The UAE minister said the UAE's wages protection system, Tesheel service centres, as well as the electronic verification of the temporary labour contracts initiatives, being implemented by the UAE in cooperation with some Asian countries, have all been put experimentally under the service of GCC brothers.
Ghobash made the remarks during the 44th coordination meeting held by the GCC Labour ministers at the sideline of International Labour Organisation's (ILO)101 session, being held in Geneva. He added that the ministers have endorsed seven joint GCC programmes, including a set of initiatives agreed upon by the ministers, team of technicians, specialists and experts at the Labour ministries. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
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