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26 Jul 2022

Supreme Committee of Delivery and Legacy

Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy: response to BHRRC briefing on recruitment risk in Qatar's hotels

The supreme committee for Delivery & Legacy began engaging with the hospitality sector in 2019 and has embedded its Workers' Welfare Standards (WW Standards) within all hotel agreements under its scope. The SC has a robust monitoring and enforcement system to assure compliance with the WW standards and actively investigates non-compliances.


The SC is committed to continuing to monitor and enforce these practices in the hospitality sector as it has done in the construction sector through its ground-breaking recruitment fees reimbursement program, the SC Universal Reimbursement Scheme, which resulted in more than 22.6 million euros in unethical recruitment fees repaid to 49,286 SC and non-SC workers by 266 contractors over a 36 month period.