The workforce in a week.. 4,762 young men were appointed, of whom 82 were “able to differ.”

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راندا محمود14 يناير 2022آخر تحديث : منذ أسبوعين
The workforce in a week.. 4,762 young men were appointed, of whom 82 were “able to differ.”

This week’s harvest in the Ministry of Manpower witnessed many important events during the period – from January 7 to 13, including the response to 83,795 complaints on the government complaints portal during 2021, the collection of 25.2 million pounds in Egyptian dues in Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and the recovery of 21 million pounds. L.P. Egyptian sponsorship for 21 workers, the end of accepting applications for applicants in the medical field to work in the sister country of Libya, accepting requests for free training in 8 professions in 5 governorates, providing 385 job opportunities for young people in the Red Sea and Beni Suef governorates, and appointing 4762 young men, including 82 “able to differ” in 6 provinces.

The following are the details of the weekly harvest, where the Minister of Manpower, Muhammad Saafan, reviewed the position of receiving, monitoring and responding to the directorates affiliated to the ministry at the level of 27 governorates, to citizens’ complaints registered on the unified government complaints system affiliated to the Council of Ministers during the year 2021, through a report prepared with the knowledge of The General Administration of Citizens Service in the Ministry.

The minister said that 92,220 complaints were received on the government’s electronic complaints portal, and 83,795 complaints were answered. Including directly through the department’s work team, most of which are related to irregular employment and workers’ requests, and 8,425 other complaints have been transferred to the relevant central departments for consideration.

The end of accepting applications from applicants for 58 job opportunities

The end of accepting applications from applicants for 58 job opportunities, including 16 professions in the medical field, to work in the sister country of Libya. Those wishing to work on these professions should quickly register their data for these opportunities, by entering the ministry’s website, then choosing job opportunities abroad or entering the following link:

https://mom.manpower.gov.eg/extemp/extjob

The Minister of Manpower said that this is the first request to recruit Egyptian workers to work in the sister country of Libya, after the launch of the electronic link system between the Ministry of Manpower in Egypt and the Ministry of Labor and Rehabilitation in Libya.

The directorates of the workforce in 5 governorates began accepting applications for those wishing to train for free in 8 professions, at the headquarters of the directorates of Sohag, Beni Suef, Qena, Matrouh and Luxor from eight in the morning until two in the afternoon.

Cooperation with the United Nations World Food Program WFP

This was announced by the Minister of Manpower, noting that this comes in cooperation with the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), on the professions of detailing and sewing, computer maintenance, mobile maintenance, refrigeration and air conditioning works, embroidery and handicrafts, electrical connections, plumbing, and solar energy.

The minister stressed that this training aims to qualify young people with the latest knowledge and practices in various craft fields, and to empower them with the skills necessary to work locally and regionally in the aforementioned professions, to compete in the local and global labor market.

The Ministry of Manpower, through its directorates in Port Said, is following up what was agreed upon with the international company “APEC” for the manufacture of pipes, that the workers obtain their legitimate demands and ensure the continuity of work in the factory. legitimacy when claiming their rights guaranteed to them by law.

Solve the problem of workers in a friendly way

The Minister of Manpower had issued directives to the director of the directorate, Mr. Al-Sanjabi, to communicate with the company’s management to solve the problem of workers in a friendly way, and for workers to obtain their full rights as long as they are within the legal framework.

The directorate was able to end the strike of 404 workers in the company, after a committee headed by the director of the directorate moved to the company’s headquarters and negotiated with its management, based on a request submitted by the trade union committee of the company’s workers, for the workers to obtain their legitimate demands.

The directorate’s leaders also conducted an inspection tour of a pharmaceutical company, as part of the directives of the Minister of Manpower, Muhammad Saafan, to follow up on the application of precautionary measures to take all measures and prevention in industrial areas by inspection by the ministry and its directorates at the governorate level to prevent and reduce infection from the mutated Corona virus “Omicron” pandemic. Ensuring the commitment of factory owners to implement precautionary and preventive measures, as well as spreading a culture of occupational safety and health, preparing emergency plans and the importance of vocational training in employing young people and creating decent job opportunities for them.

Implementation of the evacuation plan procedures for the employees of the International Company

The director of the directorate said that the procedures for the evacuation plan were implemented for the employees of the International Drug Agency for Pharmaceuticals “IDI” east of Port Said during the period specified by the Directorate’s Occupational Safety and Health Authority, from which the training of workers by the company’s occupational safety and health body appeared to the fullest.

During the tour, Al-Sanjabi conveyed the message of the Minister of Manpower to business and industry, stressing the importance of providing the necessary support to workers and increasing the awareness and educational role for them to preserve the facilities and those who frequent them in order to increase production and create new job opportunities for our young children, and the need to provide all the necessary resources to support and develop the pharmaceutical industry In Egypt, in a way that enhances the state’s efforts to possess the capacity and technology required for manufacturing and production.

Providing 96 job opportunities in the Red Sea

The Directorate of Manpower in the Red Sea Governorate has also provided 96 job opportunities in a number of tourism facilities in the field of hotel, with salaries ranging from 2,400 pounds to 4,000 pounds, for medium qualifications, with experience and without.

The minister indicated that these opportunities come within the framework of the role of the Ministry of Manpower in employing young people in the private sector and qualifying them to enter the labor market.

Providing 289 job opportunities in Beni Suef

In the same context, the Directorate of Manpower in Beni Suef Governorate has provided 289 job opportunities in a number of private and investment sector establishments, with salaries ranging from 2,400 to 10 thousand pounds, for higher and middle qualifications, experience and under, from 18 to 45 years old.

The minister indicated that these opportunities come within the framework of the role of the Ministry of Manpower in employing young people in the private sector and qualifying them to enter the labor market.

For his part, Mohamed Anwar, director of the directorate, explained that those wishing to apply for these jobs should head – from today until the required number is met – to the headquarters of the East Nile Employment Office, next to the Faculty of Islamic Studies, Beni Suef Center.

The Directorate of Manpower in Sohag Governorate participated in the conference organized by the governorate under the title: “The Path to Professional Tourism” in partnership with the General Administration of Tourism and the Chamber of Commerce, in the conference hall of the Chamber of Commerce in the governorate.

At the beginning of his speech, Major General Tariq El-Feki, Governor of Sohag, stressed the need for the conference to be a new starting point for larger events and workshops that include tourism experiences from the people of the governorate, and to consolidate its position on the tourist map, thanking the Chamber of Commerce for its role in supporting commercial and economic activities, and the workforce for attention By training young men and women in Sohag in comprehensive hotel courses and graduating good cadres to work in the tourism sector.

The governor referred to the Egyptian state’s focus on Upper Egypt governorates, especially Sohag governorate, to develop infrastructure, industry, agriculture, and various other sectors. In order to achieve high rates of economic growth.

Training courses for 60 male and female trainees from Sohag

For his part, Dr. Hisham Ahmed Abu Zeid, director of the Directorate, referred to the services provided by the workforce to this sector, starting with hotel training in cooperation with the World Food Program and the Luxor Hilton Hotel, where three training courses comprising 60 male and female trainees were graduated from Sohag.

4,762 young men were appointed, of whom 82 were “capable of differing.”

The week’s harvest included the appointment of 4,762 young people, including 82 “able to differ” in 6 governorates, and the disbursement of social and health care grants to irregular workers registered in the directorates of the workforce in Damietta, Beheira, Sohag, North Sinai, Port Said and Ismailia, amounting to 2,417,656 pounds. Inspection of 1,796 establishments to implement the provisions of the law, in addition to the issuance of 5,203 skill level certificates, and licenses to practice the craft for 5,203 workers.

The harvest also included the success of the labor representation office of the ministry at the Egyptian embassy in Amman-Jordan, with the immediate follow-up and efforts made and interviews with officials of the Social Security Corporation in Jordan, and to complement what was previously transferred, the 64 list of social security entitlements was transferred to about 59 Egyptian workers with the Corporation who left Amman Permanently.

The minister said that the dues amounted to 182,601 dollars, equivalent to approximately 2 million 680 thousand Egyptian pounds, and the office is successively communicating with the specialized company to transfer the rest of the dues to the leaving workers.

The Minister of Manpower said that the Labor Representation Office in the Jordanian capital, Amman, received the dues of the heirs of a deceased Egyptian worker in Jordan, with the Social Security Corporation, by disbursing a pension to the father and mother of the deceased, with a total of 4,182 dollars, equivalent to approximately 65,485 Egyptian pounds.

Haitham Saad El-Din, the official spokesman and media advisor to the Ministry of Manpower, stated that the minister assigned the Jordanian Labor Representation Office to follow up on the pension of the deceased Egyptian worker in Jordan “Mahmoud S.M.M.” according to the inheritance information, in the context of preserving, protecting and maintaining the rights of Egyptian workers abroad. Follow up their entitlements and solve their problems first hand.

The Ministry’s Labor Representative Office at the Egyptian Embassy in Beirut-Lebanon was able to recover 21 million Lebanese pounds, the value of waiving the bank guarantee for 12 Egyptian workers, explaining that the bank guarantee is imposed on the sponsor in the event of bringing a foreign citizen, and the employer, according to Lebanese laws, must deposit it in the Housing Bank. As a guarantee for the worker.

Approving 18 work contracts and settling 29 amicable complaints

The report received by the minister, through the labor attaché Sherine Sayed Abdel-Gawad, head of the labor representation office in Beirut, dealt with the achievements during the last quarter of the past year 2021, where 18 work contracts were approved, 29 complaints were settled amicably, two complaints were filed, and 16 complaints are still under investigation. And the study, out of a total of 47 labor complaints submitted by their owners to the office.

The Labor Representation Office of the Ministry, at the Egyptian Consulate General in Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, succeeded in following up the conditions of Egyptian workers in the Kingdom and their financial entitlements with business owners and companies, working to solve their problems and providing labor advice to them in light of the Saudi labor system and the decisions issued by the authorities concerned with expatriate workers within The Kingdom, which resulted in the collection of their dues, which amounted to 5,361,305 Saudi riyals, equivalent to approximately 22 million 436,867 Egyptian pounds.

The official spokesman and media advisor to the Ministry of Manpower, the minister, stated that he had received another report from the labor attaché in Jeddah, in which he pointed out that the office participated in the consulate delegation to visit the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Makkah region branch, where the labor representation office confirmed during the official meeting the need to quickly implement Final judicial rulings and the payment of Egyptian labor dues, the position of Egyptian labor dues in relation to a number of restaurants, and the provision of the Consulate with data of Egyptian labor according to geographical classification and activities.

The Minister of Manpower said that the labor representation office of the ministry at the Egyptian Consulate in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, succeeded in providing 35 job opportunities by transferring sponsorship with salaries ranging from 4000 to 7000 riyals, and other benefits.

The official spokesman and media advisor to the ministry said that this was stated in the report received by the minister from the labor representation office in Riyadh in the context of efforts to market Egyptian workers and provide job opportunities for those who were dispensed by companies or who wanted to transfer sponsorship to other companies.

He added, that the labor attaché, Ahmed Ragai, head of the labor representation office in Riyadh, negotiated with the immunity company for information technology, on a number of professions available in the company, noting that the job opportunities are represented in 30 marketers and 5 sales supervisors (field marketing at homes) to sell fiber internet services. For Atheeb and Saudi Telecom Company.

The office was able to collect the dues of an Egyptian worker, amounting to 23,216 Saudi riyals, equivalent to approximately 97,275 Egyptian pounds, based on a mandate from the Minister of Manpower, Muhammad Saafan, to the office to follow up on the worker’s entitlements, “Era.A.R.” Within the framework of preserving the rights of Egyptian workers abroad, protecting and maintaining them, following up on their entitlements, and resolving their problems in a timely manner.

The Minister of Manpower received a report from the Office of Labor Representation in Riyadh as part of its follow-up to the conditions of Egyptian workers in the countries of work through the operations room established in labor representation offices abroad to respond to any inquiries, and provide support and assistance to them at any time.

The official spokesman and media advisor to the ministry explained that the report received by the minister from the office indicated that the “Labour Housing Committee” in the capital, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, verified the conditions of one million workers and made 3 observations: the lack of obtaining the regular license, the lack of space allocated to the individual, and the lack of space for the individual. Adhere to the appropriate number of toilets.

Finally, the Minister of Manpower received a report from the Ministry’s Labor Representation Office at the Egyptian Embassy in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, as part of its follow-up to the conditions of Egyptian workers in the countries of work through the operations room established in labor representation offices abroad to answer any inquiries, and provide support and assistance to them in any time.

The official spokesman and media advisor to the ministry explained that the report received by the minister from the Labor Representation Office in Abu Dhabi reveals that the Government Support Department, in coordination with the Committee for the Management of Emergencies, Crises and Disasters caused by the Corona pandemic in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, announced the adoption of the requirement to obtain the vaccine, the booster dose, for the categories The concerned authorities, as decided by the competent health authorities, will enter the workplace for all employees of government agencies and companies, as of January 10.

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