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Bahrain chamber starts executive restructure

MANAMA, July 29, 2015

Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) said it has started implementation of a plan to restructure its administrative and executive body.

The reforms, which are implemented in co-ordination with Bahraini firm Jafcon Consultants entail job relocations, the creation and elimination of some departments and divisions, and the revision of operations and salary scale, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.

“The restructuring comes in implementation of the board’s vision to solidify its role and upgrade its operations to better serve the private sector,” BCCI chairman Khalid Almoayed said.

“The chamber is to assume a much larger role and expand and embrace a wider base of members and offer them an array of new services to meet their needs and aspirations.

“We believe that our human resource is our most valuable asset, and the success of any organisation is driven by its competent and motivated manpower.

“Hence, our strategy emphasises improving the work environment, the compensation scale and embracing and maintaining the most competent and creative professionals,” he added.

The expected outcomes are to highlight the role of BCCI committees and joint business councils, streamline the path for entrepreneurs and encourage innovation, support women and young entrepreneurs, bring in greater transparency and encourage businesses to adapt to social responsibilities. - TradeArabia News Service

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