Travails of the Gulf Labour and Migrant Management: A Study

  • S. Sarala Research Scholar (PT), Department of English, Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu, Vellore
  • S. Thirunavukkarasu Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of English, Muthurangam Government Arts College, Vellore
Keywords: Migration Management, Labour Migrants, Economic Development, Migrant Networks, Trans-Nationalism of Migration, Policies of Anti-Immigration

Abstract

Current study portrays the elements of labour import and immigration arrangements featuring the cross breed nature of migration management. Migration patterns and migrants' lives are coordinated by open and private entertainers and foundations working trans-broadly, among home and host countries. The monetary determinants and the shifty dimension of migration management have regularly been featured in the writing. It investigates the examples and legislative issues of migration management at the homegrown, local and global level over the long haul to distinguish changes and progression. The Gulf countries in the Middle East are probably the biggest district depending on worldwide labour migrants for financial development. Recruitment establishes a 
significant piece of this migration of labour. This examination tends to the multifaceted nature and assortment of labour recruitment in the Gulf countries. It likewise uncovers how migrant networks and recruitment offices adjust to the changing acts of recruitment to channel migrant labourers to the GCC countries and make benefits out of the migrant labourers in the recruitment cycle. Hence, the current study has been conducted with a view to give an overview on the travails of the gulf labour and managing the migrant labours in the Gulf.

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2017-09-30
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Sarala, S., & Thirunavukkarasu, S. (2017). Travails of the Gulf Labour and Migrant Management: A Study. Shanlax International Journal of English, 5(4), 126-136. Retrieved from https://www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/english/article/view/3057
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