Posted on February 06, 2015
McGeehan said the electronic wage protection system will be implemented soon. "This system will help detect anyone for not paying wages. Some action will be taken," he added. The World Report 2015 was also released on the occasion.
The 644-page report featuring 90 countries says the reforms that were proposed in 2014 are a welcome step and should go further. HRW Deputy Director Middle East and North Africa Nadm Houry and Middle East and North Africa Director Sarah Leah Whitson were also present at the press meet. "Governments have a responsibility of protecting their citizens and those within their territories. Ultimately if the company does not do what is required, they should be held accountable," Houry said.
source: Qatar Tribune
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