The Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau says that they have decided not to send domestic workers to Jordan if the domestic workers are to receive a pay less than 200 US Dollars.
According to the bureau the Jordan recruitment agency has informed the Foreign Employment Bureau that they are ready to provide a salary less than 200 US Dollars.
The Additional General Manager of the bureau L.K. Ruhunage said the bureau will not permit domestic workers to go to Jordan as the salary is too low.
He said that the bureau is willing to take measures to send domestic workers to anyone who is willing to pay a salary more than 200 US Dollars.
The foreign employment bureau has recommended that a salary not less than US 200 should be paid for domestic workers no matter which country they work in. (Daily Mirror online)