Saturday 4 July 2015

Mobile technology creates ‘desk-independent’ workforce

Increased mobile technology usage at work is revolutionising the Middle East workforce, creating a generation of more efficient ‘desk-independent’ employees, according to industry experts. The growing mobile workforce across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) showe


Amnesty awareness drive to be launched in Bahrain

Awareness campaigns are being launched in Bahrain to ensure illegal residents know they will not be arrested if they take advantage of a nationwide amnesty that starts tomorrow (July 1). The six-month amnesty is intended to encourage thousands of foreigners to return to their own


New education research holds key lessons ME

Learning company Pearson has published two new reports by education expert professor John Hattie which call into question some of the key reform policies pursued by governments in the last twenty years. The research has promised to be useful for education policy makers thought th


Bahrain amnesty for illegal workers begins July 1

A six-month general amnesty for workers staying in Bahrain illegally will begin on Wednesday, a report said. Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) chief executive Ausamah Al Absi announced yesterday that the grace period for undocumented migrant workers will last until Decemb

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