Flying Colours Corp, a North America-based completions, refurbishment and maintenance specialist, is nearing the completion of maintenance work on a second aircraft under approval from the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA).
IBM is reinventing enterprise email with a new freemium social collaboration offering that uses built-in analytics to give employees a new way to converse, find the right people and information fast, and get work done.
Work on new public beaches, parks and other amenities worth millions of dinars is scheduled to start in Bahrain over the next four years.
Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Dr Juma Al Ka'abi said blueprints wou
Nearly 75 per cent of employees worldwide are not actively engaged in their work and their organisation, according to a new research.
Despite this statistic, private and public sector organisations across the global have recognise
More than 94 per cent of UAE office workers would feel less stressed, be more productive and achieve better balance between work and family responsibility if they were given the freedom to work flexibly outside of the office, according to a rece
A total of 380 firms violated Bahrain's summer work ban this year. During the last two weeks of the ban, which ended on Sunday, 114 violations were registered involving 259 labourers.
Labour Ministry officials have inspected 1
Work on a BD31 million ($81.7 million) cancer care unit, the first of its kind in the region, will start this week at the King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH) in Muharraq.
The state-of-the-art National Oncology Centre is expected
More of Bahrain's adult population is in full-time work than almost any other country in the world, according to a new report.
The World at Work, published by US-based research and management consultancy firm Gallup, showed that 53
More than 260 organisations have violated Bahrain's summer work ban in the last seven weeks, a senior official has revealed.
Inspectors visited 14,532 sites and recorded 266 violations involving 652 workers since the ban came
UAE and Qatar’s construction firms are hiring expatriate workers who have failed to legalise their work status in Saudi Arabia, said a report.
The UAE emirates have been able to take advantage of this pool of labourers to pu