Bu Sandal: Teaching Cost of Children of Foreigners Working in Gov't Reaches about BD 70 Million Annually
Former Al-Asala MP Ibrahim Bu Sandal said the cost of teaching the children of foreigners working in the government reaches about BD 70 million a year, calling for Bahrainizing governmental jobs.
GFBTU Calls for Social Dialogue to Face High Prices, Inflation
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) called to launch a social dialogue to discuss wage policies, social benefits and tax policies taking into account the living conditions of citizens.
Sheikh Sanqour: Plans to Address Unemployment Superficial
Sheikh Mohammed Sanqour, preacher of Diraz Mosque, said that plans to address unemployment in Bahrain are superficial.
Bu Keshma: Memories about Al-Salmaniya Medical Complex Emergency Told by Saudi National
My Saudi friend recounted that his father suffered pain in his heart and chest 15 years ago, so he took him, along with his mother, to the emergency unit of Al-Salmaniya Medical Complex, and said that they were astonished by the way Bahraini doctors and nurses treated them.
Nonsense Recovery Plan and Employment of 60,000 Bahrainis
Perhaps the person who is aware that the economic recovery plan is a bunch of nonsense is the one who wrote it. That's simply because he would know that the same big headlines were part of previous government plans.
Why did Abdulrahman Fakhro Dare to Insult Bahraini Worker?
Unlike the rest of the cautious merchants, Abdulrahman Fakhro cannot hide his tyranny, greed and selfishness.
Only in Bahrain: Irregular Foreign Workers Hired and Citizens Dismissed
Two simultaneous events revealed a side of the chaos in Bahrain's labor market: the dismissal of Bahraini workers and hiring of irregular foreign workers
Marshal's Son Follows Father's Footsteps, Opens Bapco for Foreigners
The Bahrain Oil Company (Bapco) hired dozens of foreign workers earlier this year, at a time when the number of unemployed citizens in the country is increasing, new information revealed.
Bahrain Carries out Bahrainization of Employees Rather than Jobs
With the increase of sickle cell anemia patients dying as a result of inadequate care or medical errors, patients say that officials aspire to eliminate sickle patients, rather than the disease itself.
2019 Roundup: National Employment Project, Unemployment Increases amid Decline of Bahrainization
Whether it be titles, numbers, or decisions, they all clearly show that the authorities in Bahrain and the commercial sector prefer the foreign worker over the Bahraini citizen.
More than 500 Foreigners Working at Minister of Works with Average salary of 750BD: MP
MP Ibrahim Al-Nafei said that the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on Bahrainization of Jobs met Minister of Works, Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning Essam Khalaf and reviewed the statements of the staff working at the ministry.
3800 Foreigners Working in Education Ministry: MP
Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on Bahrainization of Jobs, MP Ibrahim Al-Nafei, said that there are 3800 foreigners working in the Education Ministry, calling on the ministry to find out a plan to replace them with Bahrainis.
Ad. in Indian Newspapers Seeks Nurses to Work in King Hamad University Hospital in Bahrain
King Hamad University Hospital in Bahrain, a governmental hospital, published a job advertisement in Indian news outlets demanding male and female nurses to work in the hospital. November 2 was set as a date to conduct interviews with the applicants to the vacant jobs in 8 specialties, noting that applicants should have 2 years of experience.
Why Did Samir Nass Continue to Defend his Egyptian Advisor Not Fearing Shia Outrage in Bahrain?
Many wonder why the head of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Samir Nass, continued his desperate defense of his Egyptian adviser, Yasser Al-Attar, not fearing the outrage of the Shiite majority in Bahrain?
National Ambulance with Foreign Features: Bahraini Paramedics Threatened with Dismissal
The Bahraini Interior Ministry announced on Saturday (June 15, 2019) the launch of the National Ambulance Project, according to which ambulance services are transferred from the Ministry of Health to the Ministry of Interior.
University Graduates Make Up Over Half of Bahrain's Unemployed
The head of a parliamentary inquiry committee said that more than half of the unemployed registered in the Bahraini Ministry of Labor are university graduates, pointing out that the number is expected to increase.
Review of House of Representatives’ Work in 1st Session: Zero Achievements
The first session of the fifth legislative round of the Shura council and House of Representatives ended on Wednesday (May 15, 2019) on King Hamad’s order. What did the House of Representatives achieve during this time?
Unemployed High Degree Holders 5028, 1809 Foreigners in Medical Jobs
MP Ibrahim Al-Nafei revealed that the competent parties didn't Bahrainize jobs in the public and private sectors. The MP said that the requests of unemployed high degree holders in the Ministry of works and social affairs reached 5028 in 2018, while 612 requests were closed in the same year.
25,000 or 8,000 Unemployed in Bahrain: What is the Exact Number Minister Humaidan?
Bahrainis are mocking the powerless Labor Minister, Jameel Humaidan, and challenging him to disclose the real number of unemployed people in Bahrain, asking him if it is 25,000 or 8,000.
Period of Direct Hiring Ends, Bapco and Power Authority Job Privatization Enter into Force with Huge Tenders
The Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) and the Electricity and Water Authority have started to abandon a large part of their operations for private companies, including the supply of manpower to carry out specific tasks such as maintenance and operation, under the supervision of engineers in the two institutions.