Many US contractors complain the company they’re working for isn’t following the local Kuwait labor law and they feel they’re getting the ‘short end of the stick’ so to speak.
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Lately it seems there’s a lot of confusion regarding US contractors here in Kuwait and their employment rights as compared to the Kuwait Labor Law.
Desert Girl has recently done a few very informative posts about it, but I notice some of the commenters seem a bit confused.
Of course my answers are based only on my professional understanding… When a US Citizen takes on a job as a contractor in Kuwait, though they are required to have residency, they do not have a Kuwait employment contract.