The 19th annual edition of the Specific Council for Training in Hospitality (SCHT) will honour Bahrain’s hospitality sector establishments and Bahraini workers, a report said.
This ceremony will be held under the patronage o
Prejudice against work in the hospitality sector is preventing Bahrainis from finding jobs, despite 5,000 vacancies being posted by the Labour Ministry every month, said a senior government official.
Around 2,000 Bahrainis gained
A five-year strategy is being launched to encourage Bahrainis to work in the hospitality sector, said a senior government official, adding that the sector, whether tourist facilities or restaurants, offers some of the best jobs in the labour mar
Bahrainisation rates in the hospitality sector have dropped to 16 per cent from 33 per cent in 2001, said industry experts.
Hospitality sector training qualitative council head Ibrahim Al Kooheji and executive director Ali Sulaibe
Emirates Green Building Council (EmiratesGBC), an independent forum which promotes green building practices, will put the spotlight on sustainability trends in the UAE’s hospitality sector at a specialised seminar on June 17.
Scotland, which has outperformed every other European country when it comes to investment returns in the leased hotel sector, continues to attracts investors from all over the Middle East, said a top official.
"The European h
Bayt.com, the region’s number one job site, will host a Virtual Job Fair (VJF) from September 23 to 27, which is specifically targeted towards the hospitality industry in the Middle East.
Since its inception in 2000, Bayt.co
Bahrain’s hotels were forced to lay off or transfer to other GCC countries more than 1,200 foreign employees in the last three months, it was revealed.
Four- and five-star hotels had to either lay off or transfer 900 staff as a result of t
A five per cent fee levied on hotel services in Bahrain has been frozen for three months.
The Cabinet, chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, yesterday announced the moratorium, which will take e
Global Banking Corporation (GBCorp), through its subsidiary, Diyafa Holdings Company has launched operations of Global Executive Offices (GEO), the first initiative of Diyafa in the hospitality sector in Bahrain.
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