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Latest News and Resources
Averda embarks on a recruitment drive -23/3/2016
Averda, the lead waste management provider, has embarked on a recruitment drive for more than 1000 employees in Bahrain.
New deal signed to train nationals in retail jobs -2/7/2015
According to new deal between Bahrain Institute of Hospitality and Retail (BIHR) and the Specific Council for Training in Retail, about 30 nationals would be selected by the council, who would receive training at BIHR for diploma in retail from Australian Retail Association.
Career Expo a guiding light to students -12/3/2015
The University of Bahrain has lined up 40 stalls with major companies to guide students on their career choices, during the latest annual event of career exhibition in Bahrain.
Private Sector backs unified GCC expat hiring policy -24/12/2014
The private sector supports the efforts of GCC governments to develop a unified expat hiring policy with labour exporting nations including India, Indonesia and Philippines, a leading official in Bahrain said.
Bahrain to see 4 percent wage hike in 2015 -29/10/2014
Employees in Bahrain can look forward to a better 2015, as their wage increase next year would be higher than in 2014, say leading management consultancy report.
Bahrain toughens rules to limit worker exploitation -9/4/2014
In order to limit worker exploitation, Bahrain will strengthen inspections of worksites, labour camps and companies.
Bahrain succeeds in slashing unemployment rates -29/1/2014
Bahrain has finally succeeded in its efforts to slash unemployment and create jobs for university graduates.
Expatriates account for 77% of total workforce in Bahrain -18/12/2013
Expatriates account for three-quarters of total workforce in Bahrain, says the latest statistics.
Expat employment 40 percent higher than nationals -23/10/2013
Employment growth among expatriates was more than 40 percent higher than nationals during the second quarter of the year, it has emerged.
More jobs underway for women in Bahrain -16/10/2013
The Labour Minister, Jameel Humaidan has affirmed his resolve to continue efforts to integrate Bahraini women in the private sector, so as to contribute to national development and progress.
5 percent growth in Bahrain salaries likely in 2014 -11/9/2013
Companies in Bahrain are expecting a 5 percent pay hike in 2014, marking an increase of 4.
Expat labour fee to curb unemployment among nationals -21/8/2013
According to a top labour official in Bahrain, expat labour fee would help improve government’s training budget, which in turn, will help in curbing unemployment among nationals.
Unified GCC regulation likely for recruitment of housekeepers -27/3/2013
A unified GCC system that governs the recruitment of household workers and strengthens the position of member states is under negotiation with labour-exporting countries, revealed Saad Nahar Al-Baddah, Chairman of Foreign Recruitment Committee.
Career Expo unveiled in Hamad Town -6/2/2013
The tenth Career Expo was unveiled by Labour Minister, Jameel Humaidan, in Bahrain yesterday.
Online employment portal signs deal with Tamkeen -23/11/2012
Jobs4Bahrainis, the online careers and employment platform has announced a partnership with Tamkeen, to further enhance the employment prospects of qualified Bahraini nationals.
Lowest salary growth projections for 2013 -14/11/2012
There will be an average salary growth of 6.
New Tamkeen project to offer professional training to job seekers -7/11/2012
A new Tamkeen project is likely to give job-seekers an opportunity to undergo professional training.
Bahrain job market stable -22/8/2012
The job market in Bahrain continues to remain stable, despite the challenges in the country, as per latest statistics.
Bahrainis to bridge educational and employment gap in the job market -10/8/2012
As per the latest findings by global human resources consultancy, Bahrainis are keen to bridge the gap between educational preparation and actual job requirements.
More than 3500 job losses likely in construction sector -15/6/2012
Several contractors have not been paid by a major real estate developer in Bahrain, and this could lead to loss of more than 3500 jobs in the construction sector of the Kingdom.
Tips to stay motivated during the job hunt
1 Establish objectives
What motivates us is achievement, so keep your goals realistic and stick to them, For example, avoid planning 27 calls in one day - you'll get depressed if you don't achieve that goal. Instead, set realistic objectives, make lists and take a red pen and draw a line through every goal you reach during the day.
2 Keep Notes
Staying organized about where and when you've sent your CV will make the follow-up easier. Keep notes of all phone calls and correspondence as well as your research.
3 Strengthen your confidence
Don't put your life on hold during this transition time. You'll walk into interviews that much more confident and at ease.
4 Maintain a Routine
It's very important to maintain a routine while you're job hunting.
5 Put on a Happy Face
It's hard to keep it all in perspective sometimes, but keeping a positive attitude is crucial.
6 Phone a friend
Speak to a friend on a regular basis. Tell him or her about your search and what kind of feedback you've gotten. Make sure you have a designated time, whether at the end of the day or once a week, to talk with your trusted advisor.
7 Set aside time
Be realistic about how much time you need to spend on your job search so you won't overestimate what you can get done or get discouraged when you never finish your to-do list. Schedule website job searches in your appointment book, says
Get together with friends once a week or once a month to update each other on your job search and cheer each other on.