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Popular Heritage Expo draws appreciation


An event, namely the second Popular Heritage Exhibition in Kuwait, which began on 1st March, and continues until 24th March 2012, has already gained appreciation in the presence of H H the Amir and the Crown Prince.

Pay hike announced for expats and nationals in Public Sectors


The increase in salaries for public sector employees has not been limited to nationals alone, this time.

Bahrain, Kuwait may see lowest pay hikes in Gulf this year


Some of the lowest pay hikes in the Gulf nations this year will be in Bahrain and Kuwait, while Qatar is likely to offer the highest average pay hikes, said an expert in recruitment industry.

Kuwait most-preferred destination for GCC job seekers


The State of Kuwait is among the most-favoured destination for the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) nationals seeking jobs, said a report issued by the GCC Secretariat.

Current Master Plan hoped to create new jobs


During the latest MEED conference, which concluded yesterday, it was announced that the pre-qualification process for designing the new airport terminal is currently going on, and it is hoped to be the world’s first high-rated passenger terminal for environment-friendly design.

Growth in employment opportunities in Gulf region

26/7/2011 Growing employment opportunities in the Gulf region are continuing to draw in people into the Middle East, with the region witnessing an 8percenr growth in employment during June 2011, in comparison to the previous month.

Recruitment of domestic workers to get tougher in Kuwait

21/7/2011 The GCC nations are considering imposing of stringent regulations on recruitment of domestic workers.

New pay-scale for teachers early next year

5/7/2011 The new pay-scale for teachers in Kuwait will be implemented during beginning of 2012, said Minister of Education and Higher Education Ahmad Al-Mulaifi.

CSC employment drive in Kuwait to continue until 1st July

21/6/2011 The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has announced that its 35th employment registration drive which began on 17th June 2011 and will continue until mid-night of 1st July 2011.

Government to look into pay-scale of teachers

21/6/2011 The Minister of Education and Higher Education, Ahmad Al-Mulaifi in Kuwait, mentioned that the pay-scale motion of teachers is out of the Parliament at present, and the government is all set to deal with it as per the Constitution.

Kuwait Education Ministry approves new pay scales for teachers

14/6/2011 The Ministry of Education (MoE) in Kuwait is all set to implement new salary scales approved for teachers by Civil Service Commission (CSC).

MGRP Kuwait to train graduates for employment

9/6/2011 The Manpower and Government Restructuring Program (MGRP) in Kuwait signed deal on Monday to offer free training courses to graduates that will enable them to find jobs.

Labour Ministry works towards setting up public authority for expat workers

31/5/2011 The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour will shortly finalize the draft bill on establishment of a public authority for expatriate workers, so as to submit it to the National Assembly for approval, next week.

Government aims to create 20,000 jobs in two years

6/4/2011 The Secretary General of Government and Manpower Restructuring Program (GMRP), Dr Waleed Al-Wahib, said that the government is considering making decisions to create jobs for youth every year.

5% of Kuwaiti professionals highly satisfied with salary levels

15/3/2011 A recent survey conducted by Bayt together with YouGov Siraj said that salary satisfaction across the Middle East is stable, with just 3% of residents having expressed high satisfaction over their remuneration, while 52% said they were averagely satisfied and 45% expressed low satisfaction.

More jobs for young Kuwaitis in public sector

8/3/2011 According to one of the MPs in Kuwait, the growing unemployment rate in the country is largely due to the negligence of the Civil Service Commission (CSC), particularly its inability to offer jobs to young nationals in public institutions.

Kuwait Ministry invites applications from expatriate teachers

4/1/2011 The Ministry of Education in Kuwait will continue to accept applications from expatriate teachers, until further notice, the Assistant Undersecretary for Administrative Affairs, Aisha Al-Roudhan said.

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