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decades and the resultant increased economic activity are necessitating high number of employees, and so prospective workers from the Third World Countries particularly India are brought in to meet the demands. Indian workers for their part are lured by the ‘high’ salaries and the prospect of better life. However, Indian workers are forced to work in undesirable work environment, paid less than average salaries, offered substandard living accommodation, and more than that physically and mentally abused, thus necessitating various players including the International and national government bodies, as well as NGOs to play a protective and supportive role.
Globalization that got optimized from 1990s facilitated the entry of many Multinational Companies into the GCC states, and along with the local companies, they have been recruiting high number of migrant workers particularly from India, so much so these India migrant workers make up a sizable part of the local population. India is the principal country of origin for the 17 million migrants in GCC countries, with around 26 percent of all households in the Indian state of Kerala having at least one temporary international migrant, and 89 percent of these were in GCC countries. (Clemens 1). When a prospective Indian migrant work sees the improved financial status of already working migrant workers, which also positively reflects on the families living in India, he/she wants to take the migration route to GCC countries. Plus, the lure of better salaries, when compared to the income from the local jobs and better lifestyle further elicits them. However, when they land in GCC countries, many Indian migrant workers may not face a favorable environment, and instead could be forced to undergo a lot of hardships, thereby earning the term Modern slavery. Firstly and basically, these workers have to maintain their migrant status throughout their course of stay, without any chance of becoming those countries’ citizens,
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Six Arab countries that include The United Arab Emirates, The Sultanate of Oman, The State of Qatar, The State of Bahrain, The State of Kuwait, and The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia formed the Gulf Cooperation Council (The Cooperation Council for the Arab states of the Gulf, 2012, p.1).
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The Doncaster Wagons cannot use the land on their own decision without permission of the owners, Bluechester city council. The use of the land will be restricted by public when the government allots it to a lord, manor, individual or to an organisation. Trespassing into the land can be restricted and the judge will have the right to punish him on the complaint.
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It also assumes that employees are very lazy and cannot do a job unless they are followed up and monitored closely (Schermerhorn, 2010). It uses threats and negative motivation to have the job done by the employees. In the place of Naveet Singh, he uses this theory to have the work done. He is very hash and supervises the employee in every moves that they make.
The paper will uncover whether there exists a short or long-term connection existing in between GCC stock markets and movements in oil prices. There are inevitable, and reciprocal short-term linkages noted in Qatar, UEA, and Saudi Arabia. Thus, the occurrence of causality shifts from oil prices to the stock market performance.