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Note: BIC Contracting formerly HLG Contracting, also previously known as Habtoor Leighton Group.

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7 January 2019

UAE: 31 companies awarded for their labour welfare performance

Author: Sherouk Zakaria, Khaleej Times

"31 firms star-rated for labour welfare initiatives", 17 December 2018...

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6 December 2016

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

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Survey non-response
1 December 2016

HLG declined to respond to 2016 construction survey on migrant worker rights in UAE

HLG declined to respond to our survey on migrant worker rights in the UAE.

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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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23 June 2015
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قطاع الإنشاءات في قطر: التواصل مع الشركات بشأن ظروف العمل...

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31 August 2009

Labourers in Dubai stage protests over pay [United Arab Emirates]

Author: Praveen Menon & Tim Brooks, The National [United Arab Emirates]

Hundreds of construction workers in Dubai took to the streets yesterday morning seeking better wages and benefits. Work stopped almost simultaneously at two construction sites operated by Al Habtoor Engineering…The demonstration… was triggered by a...

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19 May 2009

UAE: Exploited Workers Building ‘Island of Happiness’

Author: Human Rights Watch

Thousands of South Asian migrant workers building a US$27 billion island development in the United Arab Emirates face severe exploitation and abuse, in some cases amounting to forced labor, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Labor...

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1 May 2009

United Arab Emirates: Human Rights Watch says migrant workers building island development face "severe exploitation"

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1 May 2009

[PDF] full report: "The Island of Happiness" - Exploitation of Migrant Workers on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi

Author: Human Rights Watch

Of the construction companies Human Rights Watch identified as working on Saadiyat Island – Arabtec, al-Habtoor, al-Jaber, Leighton, Saif bin Darwish, and Zueblin – only Arabtec Construction LLC is a member of the UN Global Compact, according to the...

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