Qatar: Migrant workers complain about unpaid wages

With 19 days to go before the start of the World Cup in Qatar (November 20-December 18), migrant workers continue to denounce their working conditions. In question: the non-payment of their wages. According two reports from the International Labor Organization (ILO), 34,425 complaints were registered between October 2021 and October 2022 thanks to the launch of an online filing platform last year.


According to the International Labor Organization, 34,425 complaints have been filed since October 2021. Twice as many as the previous year.

“The main causes of complaints concern the non-payment of wages and termination benefits, and annual leave not granted or paid”, said the ILO. The organization adds that 66.5% of these complaints were settled out of court and 30.7% in court. In 84% of cases, the judge agreed with the worker.

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