The Directorate of Manpower in Ismailia organized a symposium Tuesday under the title: “Gender Equality and Elimination of Violence”, as part of a series of workshops initiated by the Gender Equality Unit in the Directorate, at the Future Vocational Training Center.
Manpower Minister Mohamed Saafan has said that Egyptian workers wishing to join the labor market in Libya should first be registered in an integrated database that is part of an e-linkage system launched between the two Arab countries on Monday.
The Egyptian Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan, announced the launch of the electronic system with Libya to regulate the entry of Egyptian workers to the Libyan labor market in a legitimate manner according to legal procedures.
UN Resident Coordinator in Egypt Elena Panova praised the projects implemented under “Haya Karima” initiative that serves the needy villages across Egypt, expressing her desire to participate in the initiative’s projects.
The meeting tackled ways to advance bilateral relations in the labor and development fields, according to Bahrain News Agency.
Assistant to the minister of manpower has been relieved of his duties because of "derogatory comments" about the emir of Kuwait after the Egyptian ambassador in the Gulf country was summoned by the Kuwaiti government.
The EGP 500 monthly grant is announced to help irregular workers to surpass the consequences of the coronavirus.
Sunday only marked 500,000 applications which will be reviewed to evaluate eligibility.
Minister of Manpower Mohamed Saafan opened on Saturday the annual job forum that is organized by the Higher Institute of Qualitative Studies in Cairo’s Heliopolis.
In March 2019, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi approved the issuance of Law No. 11 of 2019 of the National Council of People with Disabilities.
Mohamed Saafan discussed with Deputy Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Laura Thompson the future of bilateral cooperation.
Egypt's Manpower Ministry ordered the closure of leading market research firm Ipsos's Cairo office, citing workplace health and safety violations.
The fee of foreigners’ work permits in Egypt will range from 5,000-30,000 EGP, rather than a maximum of 50,000 EGP, as earlier proposed by the government.