A new health care scheme for private sector foreign employees was launched in Bahrain yesterday (January 6).
Each private company must pay an annual BD72 ($189.8) per expat employee on renewing work permits at the Labour Market Re
Bahrain's national workforce has outgrown the annual rate of expatriate workers entering the local jobs market.
According to latest Labour Ministry statistics, the number of Bahraini workers grew by 2.2 per cent per annum, com
Western expatriates in Bahrain are being urged to exercise caution after an American woman was stabbed to death in a UAE shopping mall.
The 37-year-old teacher, a mother of twins, was murdered in a restroom just two days after a C
Bahrain has been ranked among the top five countries by expats looking for a better work/life balance.
Around 62 per cent of the expats in Bahrain enjoy a better ‘expat life experience’ and more enjoyable commute into work (
Expat Group, an Indian real estate major, has partnered with Wyndham Hotel Group for its Ramada brand, to develop a set of three, top of the line resorts.
It will be located at its weekend home projects located at Pali (Mumbai); L
A Kuwaiti lawmaker has proposed a residency cap of a maximum of ten years, that can be renewed only once, for all expatriates working in the country, according to a report.
The conditions imply that no foreigner can stay in Kuwait
Bahrain has been named as one of the best places to live in the Middle East by a worldwide survey of expatriates.
Almost 14,000 people from across the globe took part in The World Through Expat Eyes survey, which was conducted by
Bahrainis and expats will soon be able to register complaints, suggestions and enquiries about government services direct from their mobile phones.
Plans are underway to develop a mobile application for the national complaints and
Issues facing expatriate Indians, such as wages and living conditions, will be the focus of a meeting next month.
Indian lawyers in GCC countries including Bahrain will meet India's External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs
Expatriates being detained even after completing their prison sentence and those facing travel bans, non-payment of salaries and residency violations were among complaints registered last year with Bahrain's main rights body.