Determines the nationalised jobs in each of the work sectors, in light of the nationalisation plans and nationalisation rates in each of them.
The law stipulates that the employer is committed to pay for the health insurance installments to provide his workers coverage for the necessary basic health care services. The employer is also committed to supply his employees with a health insurance card after issuing the insurance document and present proof of this when issuing or renewing the residency permits. Further, the employer is committed to pay for any costs of health care services offered to the beneficiaries under him on account of his failure to maintain a valid health insurance for them.
Decision of the Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs No. (17) for the year 2021 specifying measures to protect workers from heat stress
Significant expansion of summertime working hours during which outdoor work is prohibited.
Decision No. (21) Of 2019 by the Minister of Administrative Development, Labour, and Social Affairs Regulating the conditions and procedures of the election of workers’ representatives to joint committees
The Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs signed a decision laying down the conditions and procedures for the election of workers' representatives to joint committees of companies and establishments that have 30 or more employees. The committee will include representatives of the employer and the workers and will look into all work-related matters in a company or establishment, including the organisation of work, ways to increase and develop production and improve productivity, training programmes for workers, risk prevention means and means to improve the level of compliance with occupational safety and health rules.
Interior Minister Decision No. (95) of 2019 regarding the controls and procedures for the exit of some categories of expatriates who are not subject to the labor law.
The Law governing the entry and exit of expatriate workers in Qatar was amended in to allow them to exit the country on temporary or permanent basis without obtaining prior approval from their employer in the form of an exit permit, but did not cover expatriates working in government and public entities, in the oil and gas sector, at sea, in agriculture, in private offices and as domestic workers. Decision No. 95 of 2019 was then issued by the Minister of Interior and removed exit permit requirements for most of the workers excluded from the September 2018 amendment, except for military personnel.