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20 February 2017

UK: Govt. identifies & fines nearly 700 companies for failing to pay minimum or living wage

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6 January 2017

UK: 637 companies identified & fined for failing to pay the minimum wage

Author: Mark Leftly, Guardian (UK)

"Nearly 700 firms fined total of £1.4m for not paying minimum wage", 6 Jan 2017...

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6 December 2016

Construction industry failing to tackle abuse of migrant workers in the Gulf, claims report

Author: Gordon Miller, Building4Change

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC) invited 100 construction companies operating in Qatar and the UAE for a response on the measures they are taking to stop exploitation of migrant workers. Only 22 responded...The analysed company...

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6 December 2016

Call to better protect Gulf migrant workers

Author: Adrian Bishop, OPP.Today (UK)

A call has gone out for construction companies operating in the Gulf region to “up their game” and protect migrant workers from abusive working arrangements...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC), author of the newly-published Wall of...

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6 December 2016

International media coverage of our outreach to construction firms on migrant worker rights

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5 December 2016

Report lambasts construction's failure to tackle worker abuse in the Gulf

Author: The Construction Index (UK)

Construction companies have been too slow to react to the plight of vulnerable and desperate migrant workers in Qatar and the UAE, says a new report. Companies...are failing to protect workers from abusive working arrangements and there is lack of...

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25 August 2016

BK Gulf dragged its heels over Qatar labour abuses, claim migrant workers

Author: Pete Pattisson and Gyanu Adhikari, The Guardian (UK)

Migrant labourers in Qatar who worked for a company co-owned by Balfour Beatty, one of Britain’s largest construction firms, have claimed they were subject to continued abuse and exploitation for almost three months after the Guardian revealed their...

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7 June 2016

New interactive platform tracks construction companies’ action on migrant worker rights in the Gulf

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Story
13 April 2016

Interserve and Balfour Beatty respond to allegations of migrant worker labour abuses in Qatar

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Company response
15 September 2015

Interserve response re Qatar working conditions

Author: Interserve

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Interserve and other construction firms to respond to questions about the company's policies and practices on working conditions in Qatar]

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