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Restituto Macoto, regional director of the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Eastern Visayas, said that one of the vital interventions the department can give to child laborers is on their educational development.
In this connection, a committee has been formed, which will make sure the transparent distribution of the flats to deserving laborers in Labour Colony Sukkur.
He also spoke about complaints received by the Labor Ministry on practices of some laborers, especially domestic helpers as well as means to solve this issue.
The statistics also showed that there are 11 Omani laborers working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Kuan Chung-min, minister without portfolio, expressed that the maintenance of the 40% ceiling for the employment of foreign laborers is out of the consideration of feasibility.
JEDDAH: The desire to land lucrative jobs in Saudi Arabia drives many highly qualified foreigners to state in official documents that they are laborers to qualify for work visas.
The village of Mamaroneck, New York was found guilty of discriminating against Latino day laborers and has agreed to pay half a million dollars in legal fees to the workers.
Such treatment is common among the world's 218 million child laborers.
A 50-year member of the Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA), Pocino was appointed manager of LIUNA's Eastern Region Office in April 1995 and later won election as a LIUNA vice president in September 1996.
on a cold November day, about 40 day laborers with attentive eyes, layers of clothes and marked-up boots gathered in a nearly empty parking lot in front of Home Depot at 28th Street and Cicero Avenue.