The Qatar Chamber (QC) in collaboration and cooperation with the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs (MADLSA) recently issued a guide for companies on the use of the Labour Re-Employment Platform.
On one side, the Labour Re-Employment Platform is for employees and their employers, who have laid them off, to register on the platform and upload their resumes to search for appropriate and suitable work in the private sector in the country and on the other side, it is for employers, who are interested to employ new labour, to register on the platform, identify the available labour, choose from labour according to its requirements, and contract with them through the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs (MADLSA) in accordance with the applicable laws.
The Arabic and English guide provides detailed information on how to register on the platform, with the aim and intention to ensure the continuity of businesses and projects in the State of Qatar.
The Qatar Chamber (QC) has called on organizations to register on the platform and benefit from the services.
Please click on the link and reach out to learn more about the Labour Re-Employment Platform and other relevant initiatives as well as Business Start Up Qatar.
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