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Jobs in Bahrain

Jobs in Bahrain

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Jobs in Bahrain

Jobs & Recruitment in Bahrain

Here we take a look at what it is like to work in Bahrain as well as how to go about getting employed, what you need to get your residence visa, laws and regulations and so much more! We wish you the best of luck in your chosen career!

  • Working in Bahrain

    Many expats choose to work in Bahrain because of the easy tax free lifestyle that the Kingdom can afford them. Major companies and organisations usually offer employees, in addition to a tax free salary, a housing allowance, education allowance (for their children) and visas for their families. Finding out more is easy, simply follow our link

  • Employment Visas In Bahrain

    Here we take a look at the procedure to get an employment visa in Bahrain. The Labour Market Regulatory Authority has a great online system and information on how to get your visa processed as well as what documents you will be needing to have. Almost 99% of transactions with the Labour Market Regulatory Authority are now done online. These applications are routed through the Expat Management System to the LMRA, the CIO and then the GDNPR.

  • Looking For A Job?

    The most important thing to remember when looking for job opportunities is that you are selling yourself to the employer; therefore you have to make yourself a valuable asset that will be an important addition to their company. Whether you’re a fresh graduate or an experienced professional wanting to find employment and relocate to the Bahrain, we've put together a guide to help you find the job that is suited to your particular needs

  • Leave Allowances- Annual, Sick & Maternity

    If you are thinking of working in Bahrain you may wonder about how much holiday time you will get off, what sick leave allowances are like and how much maternity leave is given. We have all the details here for you as to what you are entitled too, as well as a list of the public holiday dates... which most people do get off as a holiday too.

  • End Of Service Gratuity

    End of service gratuity is usually paid out to employees who meet certain contractual terms or have been unfairly dismissed. Gratuity is also called leaving indemnity in the Bahrain Labour Law. Here is what the law has to say on what the employee is owed at the end of his service agreement of if her resigns or is terminated.

  • Being Retired Or Unemployed In Bahrain

    The Constitution of the Kingdom of Bahrain requires the provision of social security for retired citizens, those ill or disability, orphanage workers, widows or the unemployed. This provision is in keeping with the decree issued by HM King Hamad Bin Issa Al Khalifa on the 22nd of November 2006 (Decree Law No. 78 of 2006), and places Bahrain's social services on par with developed countries world-wide.

  • Career Focus: Being An Air Hostess

    If you have dreamed of seeing the world but don’t know where to start, a career as a flight attendant might be just the thing that you are looking for. As an air hostess you get to travel to many different destinations, experience luxury hotels, learn about culture and see the world, and you earn a salary in the process. It is a different ball game when you are a flight attendant in the gulf region as opposed to working as one in your home country so here are some tips on applying for the job.

  • Career Focus: Being An Engineer

    Engineers are problem solvers. They use their expertise in science and maths to do their jobs. There are many fields in engineering that one can specialize in, these include; mechanical engineering, petrochemical engineering, biochemical engineering and aeronautical engineering. These are incidentally much sought after professions in the Gulf region especially with the big oil companies in this region that are responsible for the many jobs that are offered.

  • Career Focus: Airline Pilot

    Being an airline pilot is a stressful job, especially if you are the captain. Being in command of hundreds of lives, making quick decisions and taking on a leadership role is a lot of responsibility. The flight deck is definitely a man’s office, so imagine being a woman and having the same responsibilities. Airline pilots are held in high regard and thus make a good living. They get flown over from their home country for the interview. If they pass their family is flown over & helped to settle.

  • How To Write A Great CV

    If you haven't updated your CV for a while or this is your first time writing one- we've got some great tips for you on how to create a great CV from scratch or how to get your old one updated. Some people recommend that you hire a professional agency to compose your CV document. However if you choose to do it yourself or to use a professional template we have some tips for writing your CV so that it meets Bahrain standards

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