The Public Authority for Manpower is in discussion with other ministries and state departments in order to reduce security, cleaning and handling laborers working in government projects by 25 percent, deputy director Hassan Al-Khodor said. The reducing plan is a step towards resolving Kuwait’s demographic imbalances and stop hiring expats without proper studies.
In the meanwhile, the parliament’s replacement and employment committee demanded that government bodies has to create new jobs for Kuwaitis who are holders of undesired qualifications, especially those with intermediate school certificates, as they number 7,037 out of 12,000 unemployed people. The committee called for serious government steps to reduce the number of expats.
Courtesy: Kuwait Times