Bahrain Employment and Career News
More than 50 percent of expatriate employees working in the public sector are likely to lose their jobs, when their work permits expire.
Low salary major contributor to workplace stress -23/9/2016
Low salary is the major contributing factor to stress at workplace, as per survey poll conducted by Bayt.
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.