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Al-Kazemi’s advisor: The current labor law is classic and old and needs updating

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Post by rocky Mon 25 Oct 2021, 6:42 am

Al-Kazemi’s advisor: The current labor law is classic and old and needs updating
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The economic advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, called for organizing the labor market and transforming it into a digital market, stressing that improving the private sector will reduce pressure on the government sector in the issue of appointments and reduce unemployment among young people.
The semi-official Al-Sabah newspaper quoted Saleh as saying, “If the private sector works hard, the entire surplus will be absorbed by the government sector, especially if there are guarantees of good retirement and high salaries that are better than the government sector,” noting that “opportunities in the private sector are If it becomes big, people will move to it from the year.”
He added that "improving this requires a social system for retirement and social protections that protects the employee in the private sector," noting that "the current labor law is classic and old and needs updating and does not rise to the required level."

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