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Gulf Air announces the opening of applications for 100 jobs in the hospitality sector for citizens
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The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gulf Air also confirmed that the percentage of Bahrainization is increasing and that the current percentage is 71%, and that the company is seeking through training plans to Bahrainize many jobs

The Permanent Quality Committee for Bahrainization of Jobs in the Public and Private Sectors in the House of Representatives held its tenth meeting, in the fourth ordinary annual session of the fifth legislative term, headed by His Excellency Representative Ibrahim Al-Nafi’i, today, Sunday, and in the presence of Their Excellencies the members of the committee, where the committee discussed the endeavors that By government and private companies to replace Bahrainis in various job positions, aspiring to achieve the goals in the file of Bahrainisation of jobs.

From this point of view, the committee met, during the meeting, with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gulf Air and the CEO of (Alba), where they discussed the proposal with a desire to set time plans for Bahrainization of jobs in ministries and government companies in which the government owns more than 50%, and discussing the proposal with a desire Concerning ministries, government companies, and agencies joining the Foras program in order to further enhance the Bahrainization of jobs.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gulf Air also confirmed that the percentage of Bahrainization is increasing and that the current percentage is 71%, and that the company is seeking through training plans to Bahrainize many jobs, as it was recently announced that the door to apply for 100 jobs in the hospitality sector for citizens was opened, and that the company She joined the Foras program, where the company included 78 in the program and 24 of them were employed. He also stressed that the company is in solidarity with the efforts of the committee and its endeavors to localize jobs and give opportunities to qualified national workers.

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