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Govt to create 20,000 BPO professionals in 5 years

The ICT Division in partnership with the private sector will create 20,000 Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) professionals in the next five years through providing training online to college and ...

Govt to create 20,000 BPO professionals in 5 years

Support centre to be set up for expatriate workers: Minister

Besides, a hospital and diagnostic centre will be set up at Bhatara in the capital to provide medical services to the expatriate workers at low cost

Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Imran Ahmad

Overseas labour market needs concerted efforts to prevent downfall

People involved in human trafficking in the name of sending workers abroad should be brought to book on a priority basis as they are not only ruining the lives of the overseas job aspirants, but also ...

Overseas labour market needs concerted efforts to prevent downfall

RMMRU survey

35pc female migrant workers face physical abuse

The RMMRU survey shows that 92 per cent of the women face all sorts of problems including abuse by their own family

35pc female migrant workers face physical abuse

Remittance inflow to become normal in 2-3 months: Finance minister

Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said he is expecting the country’s remittance inflow to become normal within two to three months

Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal

Ministry to bear Covid test expenses of UAE-bound passengers

The ministry of expatriates welfare will bear the expenses (Tk 1,600) of UAE bound workers undergoing Covid-19 tests at the RT-PCR laboratories of Dhaka Airport

Ministry to bear Covid test expenses of UAE-bound passengers

It is alarming to summon Tasneem Siddiqui by parliamentary committee

Though the jurisdiction of any parliamentary standing committee to summon and seeking explanations is not denied, constitutional limitations of the jurisdiction is well established as well

Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban

Bangladesh advances in freelancing, falls behind in hourly wages

Bangladesh, which is the world’s second-largest source of freelancing after India, falls behind in the hourly wages of freelancers.

Bangladesh advances in freelancing, falls behind in hourly wages

Bangladesh migrants need more protection and support: Experts

Bangladesh migrants, who contribute immensely to the economy by remitting around $20 billion annually, still face various problems including high migration costs, harassment, abuse and low wages, ...

Participatory Dialogue between Parliamentarians’ Caucus and Media Professionals on Climate-Induced Migration, IDPs and Migrants Welfare' at a city hotel on Sunday.

Next step of digital Bangladesh is cashless society: Joy

Prime minister’s ICT Affairs adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy Wednesday said that the next step of digital Bangladesh is building a cashless society to ensure transparency, accountability and mobility in ...

Next step of digital Bangladesh is cashless society: Joy
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