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Wage hike for Bahrainis in hospitality sector

Bahrainis working in the kingdom's hospitality sector are in line to benefit from an increased minimum wage. A proposal to raise the minimum salary for the sector to BD300 ($773.50) was approved by the Cabinet yesterday (Augus

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Alba union refuses to join strike over benefits call

The second largest union representing workers at Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) has refused to join calls for a company-wide strike over pay and benefits.   More than 2,500 employees represented by the Alba Labour Unio

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Sisi pledges to cut own pay, calls to make sacrifices

Egypt's new president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi pledged on Tuesday to give up half his salary and property and called on the Egyptian people to make similar sacrifices in a bid to prepare the public for a period of painful economic austerity.

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Pay rise set for Bahrain's public sector employees

Government employees in Bahrain could soon be set for a 20 per cent pay rise under a new spending bill approved by parliament yesterday (June 17).   MPs voted unanimously in favour of the government-drafted bill,

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Pay rise set for Bahrain's public sector employees

Government employees in Bahrain could soon be set for a 20 per cent pay rise under a new spending bill approved by parliament yesterday (June 17).   MPs voted unanimously in favour of the government-drafted bill,

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Factory strike ends in Bahrain after pay rise deal

An estimated 2,000 workers who downed tools last week after trashing a factory have agreed to report for duty today (June 17) following a pay rise.   Staff of MRS Fashions, which manufactures garments for US comp

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Danger pay for postmen is proposed in Bahrain

Bahrain's postmen could be soon getting danger pay over concerns that they were at risk of handling hazardous substances such as anthrax.   The proposal was made by Shura Council member Dr Aysha Al Mubarak ye

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Tamkeen set to pay dues by mid-June

Bahrain's labour fund Tamkeen is set to pay business owners all outstanding dues worth BD12 million ($31.6 million) to BD14 million by mid-June, chairman Shaikh Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa said.   Tamkeen&rs

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Swiss voters reject world's highest minimum wage

Swiss citizens rejected a proposal to introduce the world's highest minimum wage of $25 an hour in a vote on Sunday, according to first projections, bringing relief to business leaders worried the measure would have damaged the Swiss workpla

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GCC employees likely to get 6.3pc pay rise

The employees across the GCC countries can expect a 6.3 per cent growth in their salaries this year, according to a report based on a recent survey. The salary hike is significant when compared to 5.9 per cent in 2012, reported th

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