No salary since February for hundreds working in Kuwait - Kuwait Times

In April, a social media post by a group of security guards who work at the ministry of
education went viral in Kuwait. In the post, the men complained that they had not received
their salaries for the past five months. The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) followed up
the case and their employer had to pay their salaries within a few days.
But that outcome is rare. More often, those who publicly complain of unpaid salaries are fired
or deported or have their visas canceled by their employers. Failure by employers to pay wages
for months at a time is a common problem in Kuwait, especially among companies contracted
with the government.



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