The Bahrain Civil Service Bureau (CSB) is drafting a plan to unify the pay scales of government employees, reported our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej.
An international consultancy firm has been commissioned to design the
The GCC consulting market grew by more than 15 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2014. This means the market has expanded by more than $1 billion in just three years, an amount that is roughly equivalent to that of the entire consulting markets of mat
Bahrain’s Civil Service Bureau (CSB) yesterday announced that it has registered 60 administrative complaints related to training, annual appraisal, disbursement of incentives and awards in the public sector.
It said the comp
Microsoft Lebanon hosted a workshop on cloud technology and its effectiveness on governments and the public sector recently in Bierut recently.
The National Cloud Summit incorporated a series of lectures on the
Egypt's interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi has set a minimum wage of 1,200 Egyptian pounds ($170) a month for workers in the public sector, to take effect from January, the state news agency said.
Bahrain will set up a new regional centre to govern the public sector, which aims to establish a comprehensive national vision in the field of governance and ensure they comply with international standards, said a top official.
EMC Corporation, a global leader in enabling businesses deliver IT as a service, is hosting a major workshop in Riyadh aimed at sharing best practices and transformational ideas unique to IT in the public sector.
The first Arabic
Leading global financial services firm JP Morgan has appointed Ahmed Saeed, an industry veteran, as the new head of public sector coverage for its Middle East division.
Saeed joins from Nomura International, where he was most rece
The average monthly salary of Bahrainis working in the public sector rose by 14.5 per cent in the fourth quarter of last year to BD662 ($1,756) up from BD578 in the same period in 2010, said a report.
Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan submit
Pay rises are in the pipeline for Bahrain’s public sector workers after the Shura Council approved a royal decree sanctioning nearly BD400 million ($1.06 billion) of additional spending to boost wages and allowances.
Many successfully argu