Public Authority for Manpower preparing new job descriptions; NOC mandatory for more professions

Saturday, April 14, 2018

The Public Authority for Manpower is preparing new job descriptions for technical professions such as doctors, engineers and media professionals.

According to local media report, this is aimed at organizing the market, reforming the demographic imbalance and confronting residency trafficking.

The new job descriptions will be declared in coordination with public and private bodies. This step aims at comparing the job title mentioned in the work permit to the educational certificate. Both public and private sector companies have to specify the doctors’ specializations in the work permits based on the letter of profession practice issued by Ministry of health.

The report also added that n-objection letter will be mandatory for more professions. As per the latest rule by PAM, engineers must present no objection letters issued by Kuwait Engineers Society. Similar steps are beingtaken for media professionals and in case the work permit includes profession of announcer, news presenter, editor and journalist, they must get a no-objection letter issued by Ministry of Information.

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Ramesh Orakkan
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
@ Anees maideenI left to India after waiting for two months for nothing. I got promise from HR Manager, company will send money to my Indian bank account and even e mailed me to give the details of bank account..

Anees maideen
Sunday, April 15, 2018
@ramesh.you can file court case within one year you will get ur money within 1 or 1 and half year..but you will get ur money frm court.

Ramesh Orakkan
Saturday, April 14, 2018
I already complaint to public authority of Manpower for the cheating I met by Mushrif Trading and Contracting Company. I have to get nearly KD 4000 from the company. But no action from anybody. These type of department cannot be appreciated.

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