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Bahrain: 18 workers at Mirador Hotel, Manama allege delayed wages of eight months; company did not respond

We reached out to the Mirador Hotel, Manama to invite them to respond to allegations that workers had not been paid for several months.

Although we contacted them through their online contact form and also rang the hotel, we did not receive a response. We invite Mirador Hotel to submit a response to this article at any time and will amend this story accordingly.

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Company non-response
10 December 2019

Mirador Hotel did not respond to Jan 2019 article on worker exploitation

7 January 2019

Workers lodge wages protest

Author: Sandeep Singh Grewal, GDN Online (Bahrain)

A group of workers lodged a complaint of non-payment of wages yesterday against their employer at the Labour and Social Development Ministry.

The 18 workers of different nationalities who work in different positions at Mirador Hotel in Manama claimed they had not received their salaries for the past eight months.

A senior official from the company confirmed that about 30 workers were facing a delay in salaries, adding the matter was being resolved.

“The new management is aware about this issue and have assured the staff it will gradually settle their dues.”

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