Bahrain summit to review major HR issues
Manama, November 13, 2013
Leaders in the field of human development will discuss major issues related with human resources at the sixth Human Resource Development (HRD) Conference and Exhibition, which will be held in Bahrain next week.
Organised under the patronage of Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan, the event is scheduled for November 19-21, with participation expected from Gulf countries and other Arab states, reported the Gulf daily News, our sister publication.
The conference includes six international specialised workshops, led and lectured by key influential figures in training and human rehabilitation.
Workshops will focus on GCC nationals' capabilities in terms of managing them and enabling them to take on leading positions in different companies and governmental institutes/bodies in the GCC region.
Workshops include work-skills, career development and guidance programmes.
Specialists believe the conference fulfils the aspirations of different productive entities that consist of governmental bodies, the private sector and trade unions, with emphasis on GCC university graduates.
Efforts are focused relentlessly and continuously on developing and enhancing educational and training institutes and especially since the GCC is suitably equipped with the proper strategies, plans and funding capabilities to achieve the goal.
The conference and workshops will target managers, supervisors and specialists working on production lines in both the public and private sectors.
Topics and discussions will be forwarded to HR managers, training managers, teachers, coaches, legal advisers, media and public relations managers, work affairs supervisors, insurance and retirement specialists, and work unionists.
The previous five conferences achieved great success in tackling various issues that concern big, medium and small companies, ministries, and GCC citizens who were looking for more training in the best international practices in the HRD field. – TradeArabia News Service