Salaries in Bahrain are predicted to rise by an average of seven per cent this year, according to an online survey by recruitment website GulfTalent.
It documented an average pay increase of 5.9 per cent last year and forecasts th
More than 100 foreign workers in Bahrain who went on strike over non-payment of salaries have finally collected their wages for January and February, following the intervention of diplomats and labour officials.
The men work for M
Authorities in Bahrain have pledged to investigate the alleged non-payment of salaries to some staff who worked on a new five-star hotel in the kingdom.
Labour Ministry Under-Secretary Sabah Al Dossary told the Gulf Daily News
More than 100 expatriate employees who worked on a new five-star hotel in Bahrain have allegedly not been paid for two months.
The 125 electrical and mechanical staff, who worked on the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, went on stri
Some staff at Indian conglomerate Sahara say they have not been paid for several months, as the company tries to raise $1.6 billion to bail its boss Subrata Roy out of jail.
Reuters interviewed 11 employees independently contacted
Strong increases in salaries and headcount growth can be expected in Bahrain over the coming few years, according to a new survey.
The second annual survey titled 'Employment Trends and Managing End of Service Benefits (EoSB)
More jobs and better salaries will be on offer in Bahrain this year as the political situation stabilises, according to a GCC recruitment website.
Thirty per cent of companies are planning to increase their hea
Bahrain is considering caps on salaries and aptitude tests for civil servants as well as adjustment of eligibility criteria for senior posts in the public sector, said a senior official.
Deputy Premier and Deputy Head of the Civil Service
More than 250 workers in Bahrain, who claimed they had not received their salaries for the past three months, are set to receive their dues, according to their employer.
Our sister newspaper Gulf Daily News (GDN) reported on Friday that th
Shura Council members have agreed in principle to ignore demands for public sector pay rises in Bahrain, saying it would do more harm than good to the economy.
They reached the decision while reviewing the national budget for this year and