NO CON­TRACT RENEWAL AF­TER 60

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The de­ci­sion of the Min­istry of Ad­min­is­tra­tive De­vel­op­ment, Labour and So­cial Af­fairs (MADLSA) to stop the renewal of the em­ploy­ment con­tract of ex­pa­tri­ate work­ers aged 60 and above will be im­ple­mented soon, lo­cal Ara­bic daily Al Watan has re­ported.

Ac­cord­ing to a re­port, the de­ci­sion stip­u­lates the exit of the ex­pa­tri­ate worker af­ter reach­ing the age of 60 years and ac­cord­ingly, his res­i­dency per­mit would not be re­newed. "He would have to exit the coun­try for good af­ter re­ceiv­ing all his dues; the step aims at open­ing up the door for re­cruit­ing young tal­ents who could serve the de­vel­op­ment plans of the coun­try," the re­port said. Quot­ing sources, the daily said MADLSA is set to en­force the de­ci­sion in both the pri­vate and the pub­lic sec­tors, "as it had been reviewed and stud­ies con­ducted through­out the pre­vi­ous pe­riod".

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