Dear sir/ mdam, We are dealing with steel trading in bahrain, We would like to business with you for supply of various kind s of steel in good prices and prompt time. Feel free to contact at any time - Mob- 36087083
Zachariades G.P. - Overseas Ltd., a company in Manama
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Just see this(came in GDN 24.05.12) and request your concern.We were harassed by sponsor MADAN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WLL/CAPITAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS,Bahrain
27th May 2012 - Vol.XXXV No.068 CLASSIFIEDS | ARCHIVES SUBSCRIBE | ADVERTISE | CONTACT US HOME LOCAL WORLD BUSINESS SPORTS COMMENT LETTERS WHAT'S ON CARTOONS HOROSCOPES CINEMA ARCHIVES Letters Cheating sponsor who made our lives a misery Posted on » Thursday, May 24, 2012
We would like to draw the attention of LMRA or Labour Ministry to the following:
We had been working as electrician/driver in an electrical contracting company in Manama. Our employer did not cancel or agree to cancel my visa after we sent resignations through the post office as per LMRA procedure. He did not allow me at work. We were stopped from going to work, forcing absenteeism on us and he did not pay our salary.
We complained to the Ministry of Labour for non-payment of salary. He did not appear for any hearing. Now the case has gone to court. As soon as he received the summons he cancelled our visas since he wishes that we should not attend the hearing against him. He did not pay dues to me. He lost his eligibilty to be a sponsor the moment he failed to pay salary. He lost human value when he did not send me home after we resigned and instead made our lives a torture without a salary etc. Now he has lost his mettle and turned into a coward by sending me home before the court hearing.
He himself is proof that all faults are with him only. Neither is he worthy of being a sponsor for a company nor a good useful human being to others. He is a coward, cheating his employees. The authorities are requested to identify such sponsors and take action. Edmond Sahayados and Mohamed Riswan