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StanChart launches new employee benefits scheme

A new employee benefits scheme granting mothers 140 days of maternity leave as well as 10 working days to fathers as paternity leave has been launched by Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain. To be implemented from January 1 next year,

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StanChart launches new employee benefits scheme

A new employee benefits scheme granting mothers 140 days of maternity leave as well as 10 working days to fathers as paternity leave has been launched by Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain. To be implemented from January 1 next year,

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1,000-bed maternity hospital for Jeddah

A new 1,000-bed maternity hospital will be built attached to the King Abdullah Medical Complex in Jeddah, Saudi Health Minister Dr Abdullah Al-Rabeeah has announced. He also said Makkah will have a new 500-bed hospital, according

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1,000-bed maternity hospital for Jeddah

A new 1,000-bed maternity hospital will be built attached to the King Abdullah Medical Complex in Jeddah, Saudi Health Minister Dr Abdullah Al-Rabeeah has announced. He also said Makkah will have a new 500-bed hospital, according

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Job disputes go on fast-track in Bahrain

Labour disputes in Bahrain are being fast-tracked after new legislation came into effect, which is helping reduce the backlog of cases in the kingdom’s courts, according to a top legal consultant. Its articles regarding the

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Seha hospital launches neonatal training

Corniche Hospital, a top maternity and neonatal healthcare facility owned and operated by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), has launched a new fellowship programme in neonatal medicine. The course was developed by the hospit

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Beds crisis in Bahrain hospital maternity unit

Women in labour were urged yesterday to go to Bahrain's local maternity hospitals, to ease a crisis at the overcrowded Salmaniya Medical Complex. A rush of births has forced Bahrain's biggest hospital to turn away dozens of maternity patie

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Male doctors in Bahrain face clamp

Male doctors could soon be banned from working in all maternity wards in Bahrain, if parliament has its way. MPs said at their weekly session on Tuesday many women were complaining that they were forced to reveal their 'sensitive parts

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