- Bermuda announced reduced work permit backlog delays and reminded employers to ensure that all submitted contracts contain the country’s new minimum salary requirements
The government of Bermuda announced that it had resolved previous backlogs in work permits after a cyber-attack disrupted processing in September 2023. The government advised employers to ensure that all work permit applications meet the minimum salary requirement of $16.40 per hour. Employers must submit updated contracts for current work permit holders and applications that have been in progress prior to 1 June 2023.
What are the Changes?
The government of Bermuda announced reduced work permit backlog delays and reminded employers to ensure that all submitted contracts contain the country’s new minimum salary requirements.
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