Bahrain disburses salaries of private sector staff

Bahrain's private sector companies have started disbursing April salaries to employees registered with the General Organisation for Social Insurance (GOSI).


The move is in line with the royal directives to launch financial and economic stimulus packages in support of Bahrainis working in the private sector and ensure the payment of their salaries for April, May and June, amid nationwide efforts to combat the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), said a Bahrain News Agency report.


Labour and Social Development Minister Jameel bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan said that most GOSI-registered citizens working in the private sector have been paid their wages for this month.


The minister extended thanks to the private sector companies for their cooperation and commitment to paying their Bahraini employees’ salaries.


The Ministry of Labour and Social Development has announced the opening of communication channels with the concerned citizens, in order to report and register complaints in the event of non-receipt of the wages of the current month of April.


Employees intending to file complaints for non-receipt of wages are required to dial phone numbers 17873919, 17873918, 17873913, during the official working hours, or send  e-mail to   




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