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Offered Salary 2492
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Experience 3 Years
Jobs of Security Guard in Qatar 5000
In a study of jobs of Security Guard in Qatar, Amnesty said that security guards work in World Cup stadiums and ministries. Offices typically were required to work for months or even years with no day off. Qatar is The country where the World Cup starts on November 21st. Claims it has slapped down thousands of “unscrupulous” companies but acknowledged that abuses continue to occur.
A swarm of African and Asia laborers serves as unpaid guards in the tiny emirate. Their energy resources have fueled an explosion in construction. Many more are taking to this year’s World Cup. Seven days a week, for months or even years without a day off. One Bangladeshi guard claimed that the guard did not have a vacation for more than three years. Amnesty reported that 34 former or current guards interviewed described working 12 hours daily routinely.
Physically and emotionally exhausted, workers kept reporting for duty under threat of financial penalties or worse. Contract termination or deportation, said Stephen Cockburn, an Amnesty researcher. Amnesty added that the people with a legal daily day off frequently had their pay cut. Guards also incurred losses for going to the toilet without cover, having a sick day, or simply dressing “improperly.”
Men complained of being outside during the summer of Qatar’s infamous summer. Where temperatures reached 50 ° Celsius (122 Fahrenheit), Security guards in Uganda and Kenya claimed they worked harder in the heat and received less pay than other nations.
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After previous criticisms, Qatar 2017 introduced the minimum wage and reduced the amount of time working in hot weather. Stopped a program that made workers from other countries request permission from their employers to change jobs or quit the government. However, Amnesty claimed a “massive power imbalance” between employers and migrants in Qatar, a country where trade unions prohibit.
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Qatar’s laws on working time for security guards are clear but too often violated said. Max Tunon, head of the UN’s International Labour Organisation office.
He said that Overtime has to remain “voluntary, limited and paid at a higher rate” according to the law.
In a subliminal hint at World Cup organizers and other significant Qatari businesses. Tunon said: “Clients contracting security companies should do their due diligence and monitor guards’ treatment, including their working hours and living conditions.”The Qatari World Cup Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy confirmed that three security firms were involved in the last season. Club World Cup and FIFA Arab Cup tournaments were “blacklisted” from future projects.
They were all involved in “completely unacceptable” breaches of its Workers Welfare Standards.
The committee noted that all seven contractors were from projects, plus more than 220 were on the watchlist. Five companies had barred by the labor ministry of the labor ministry from World Cup projects. The committee noted that it would be “contractors attempting to beat the system, regardless of stringent regulations or monitoring.
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|Experience||three years.||Three years.|