Challenges and Opportunities of Foreign Employment in Nepal

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There are several challenges and problems faced by the employees while departing from foreign countries and working there. This note has information about the major challenges and opportunities of foreign employment in Nepal.
Challenges and Opportunities of Foreign Employment in Nepal

Though foreign employment helps to uplift the economic status of the nation, it has created different types of problems. There are several challenges and problems faced by the employees while departing from foreign countries and working there. It is necessary to minimize the challenges and problems faced by Nepalese employers in the foreign countries. Some of the challenges seen in the foreign employment are as follows:

1. The employees are forced to work for long hours without holidays and often paid no wages.

2. Mostly, the semi-skilled and unskilled workers go to the foreign countries so, they do not get job as per the contract.

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3. Some of the manpower companies, agent and broker cheat the people. So, they do not get the offered jobs and treated as illegal immigrants. So, they are forced to leave the working countries.

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4. The employees in foreign countries do not know the language which is necessary for mutual communication in working countries.

5. Some of the employees are mentally and physically tortured and sexually abused and exploited.

6. The workers are forced to work in low salary jobs.

7. The manpower companies charge a huge sum of money for the visa and other legal processing which forces the employees to sell the property to take the money on high interest.

8. The manpower companies do not train the employees about the laws of the working countries before going there which has created more possibility of imprisonment in the foreign countries.

9. The manpower companies or agent do not train the people to work safely, so that many employees are found dead in the foreign countries.

10. Many of the employees are forced to leave the working countries because of illegal visa and had to pay loan back which pushes them backward to move pathetic condition.

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Things to remember
  • Though foreign employment helps to uplift the economic status of the nation, it has created different types of problems.
  • The employees are compelled to work long hours without holidays but are paid less salary and often not paid as well.
  • The employees in foreign countries are unknown about the language necessary for mutual communication in working countries.
  • The manpower companies do not train the employees about the laws of the working countries and charge huge sum of money for visa and other legal processing.
  • Many employees are found dead in foreign countries as the manpower companies do not train them to work safely.
  • It includes every relationship which established among the people.
  • There can be more than one community in a society. Community smaller than society.
  • It is a network of social relationships which cannot see or touched.
  • common interests and common objectives are not necessary for society.
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The challenges seen in foreign employment are:

1)The employees are forced to work for long hours without holidays and often paid no wages.
2)Mostly, the semi-skilled and unskilled workers go to the foreign countries so, they do not get job as per the contract.
3) The employees in foreign countries do not know the language which is necessary for mutual communication in working countries.

The challenges related to manpower company in foreign employment are:

1)The manpower companies charge a huge sum of money for the visa and other legal processing which forces the employees to sell the property to take the money on high interest.

2)The manpower companies do not train the employees about the laws of the working countries before going there which has created more possibility of imprisonment in the foreign countries.

3)The manpower companies or agent do not train the people to work safely, so that many employees are found dead in the foreign countries.

4) Some of the manpower companies, agent and broker cheat the people. So, they do not get the offered jobs and treated as illegal immigrants. Finally, they are forced to leave the working countries.

The people of my community work in factories, industries, houses, streets and various offices. Ram Bahadur Thapa, one of my relatives has recently come back from Malaysia. According to him, he worked at tomato farms. He had to work for 11 hours a day. He had to work even when he fell sick. At the same time, he had to bear lots of torture from his boss. Therefore, he came back to Nepal before the completion of the time of his work agreement. At present, he started vegetable farming in our community himself.

The remittance earned by many people is used in Nepal. The family members of all the persons who work in other countries take it as an opportunity to spend money. Therefore, they buy gold, clothes and other luxury goods lavishly. Some of them build houses and start extravagant life. The following should be done to utilize such money.

  1. The government should provide opportunity for investment.
  2. The government should exempt tax for the investment in income and employment generating works.
  3. The owner of the remittance should be encourage to invest in health education, transport, communication and so on.
  4. The investors should be assured of security of their firm and life.
  5. The government can take loan from the concerned family and invest the same amount in development activities.
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