Jamal Fakhro, Spokesman of Authorities that Violate Rights of Bahrainis
First Deputy Speaker of the Shura Council Jamal Fakhro warned the government against increased hiring of Bahrainis, saying that he has noticed an increase in the pace of government employment. It's unbelievable that under Bahrain's disputed constitution, this person is considered a representative of the people.
Gov't Employed 52,000 Foreigners in 2022
Recent official data revealed that the number of foreign workers in Bahrain increased by more than 52,000 foreigners in 2022, at a time the government claims the nationalization of jobs.
Question to Gov't: What's Better More for Unemployment Problem, Support Programs or Bahrainization of Jobs?
Why does the government avoid choosing the right and real solution to the problem of unemployment in the country, especially the specific unemployment among graduates?
Citizen Ahmad Issa's Cry: Bahraini's Beg for Jobs While Foreigners Are Hired
With the onset of 2023, the living conditions of the people of Bahrain have worsened, with high prices rising every day, poverty, no jobs for nationals, and very low salaries. Foreigners are placed before the people of the homeland.
Bahrainis Left with Low Pay Jobs as Foreigners Replace them
In all countries, an unemployment crisis is usually caused by economic crises or imbalances in the labor market, with the exception of Bahrain, where unemployment is the result of a political crisis caused by a ruling regime that fails to reconcile with the people.
Bahraini Dies while Working in Kuwait
Bahraini youth Qassim Mohammed Abdulrasoul Al-Ali died in Kuwait (November 19) while working at a station belonging to the Kuwaiti Ministry of Electricity.
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.
Al-Shehabi Warns: Unemployment Level Reached 20%, Public Debt would Devalue Dinar
The Secretary-General of the General Federation of Workers Trade Unions in Bahrain (GFWTUB), Abdulqader Al-Shehabi, warned against the effects of proceeding in the policy of employing foreigners, indicating that the unemployment rate among Bahrainis eligible to work reached 20%.
Sheikh Sanqour: Plans to Address Unemployment Superficial
Sheikh Mohammed Sanqour, preacher of Diraz Mosque, said that plans to address unemployment in Bahrain are superficial.
Is Dr. Jalila Actually the Health Minister?
Does it really mean much that Dr. Jalila Sayed Jawad is now the Minister of Health? Will she really be given the freedom to implement her vision and correct the imbalances in medical services and care for Bahraini cadres?
Political Societies Calls on Gov't to Launch Packages to Help Citizens Like Gulf Packages
Bahraini political societies have called on the government to take steps similar to those taken by Gulf governments to ease the living burden on citizens.
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.
Naming Street Leading to Bahrain's Refinery "Indian Youths Street"
Nearly two weeks after announcing Bahrain Youths Day, Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), a Bahrain Oil and Gas Hol
Bahraini Youth Day: King's Son Should Take Actions, Not Only Put out Words
How can a young Bahraini seriously accept March 25th of each year to be called Bahrain Youth Day, when the youths of the island kingdom find that the state deprives them of their most basic rights to education and employment?
Bahraini Females Amount to 75% of Qualified Unemployed: GFBTU
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) said that Bahrain's unemployed women account for about 75% of the country's total eligible unemployed.
Indian Employment Agency Announces Vacancies in Bahrain: Nurses, Engineers, Occupational Health and Safety Officers
The Indian Employment Agency (Seagull International) published a job advertisement demanding a large number of employees to work in one of the petrochemical projects in Bahrain, in several jobs of different specialties and requirements.
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.
Doctor Kassim Replies to Claims There's "Excess Number of Doctors" (3)
There are more than 400 unemployed doctors and nurses in Bahrain, whom the Health Ministry consider a surplus. Meanwhile, you can see how the three main hospitals in Bahrain are filled with foreign doctors of different nationalities... So what's the story?
GFBTU Secretary-General: Unemployment in Bahrain Expected to Increase to 11%
The Secretary-General of the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) Abdulqadir Al-Shihabi stressed that the key to reform and restructure the labor market relies in recruiting the employed in value-added jobs.
GFBTU Sends Names of 11,000 Unemployed to PM Office, Confirms Unemployment in Bahrain Reached 10%
The Secretary-General of the GFBTU Abdulqadir Al-Shihabi said that the union has finished registering unemployed and noticed that there are 15,000 unemployed in Bahrain. He said that the unemployment rate is 10% and not 4%, as the Labor Minister states, adding that 70% of the unemployed don't receive unemployment allowance.