Bahrain will pay salaries of employees in the private sector from April to June, According to Bahrain’s Ministry of Labor and Social Development, the ministry announced on Wednesday.
Governments in all over the Gulf have reported giving economic packages to help their economies as they actualize uncommon measures to battle the pandemic, including suspending traveler flights, forcing curfews and shutting most open settings.
Work and Social Development Minister, Jamil Humeidan said company officials can take get benefit from this stimulus package beginning Wednesday and by enlisting in the General Authority for Social Insurance’s site sio.gov.bh.
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“Bahrain has set up an electronic stage where employers will begin to get the benefit in on April 8 to give the salaries to laborers in the private area,” the Labor Ministry said. The move is a piece of an $11bn economic package declared a month ago for the private businesses.
Bahraini Authorities also plans to pay the utility bills of people and businesses
Bahrain, the least affluent among Gulf oil makers, said the legislature would help Bahraini residents and organizations by additionally taking care of power and water-related bills and broadening some tax cuts on properties and the travel industry.
Source: Al jazeera