Bahrain has presented another national business program to support the work of local people in private and open divisions, Bahrain Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa said.
Talking at the week after week Cabinet meeting, Al Khalifa said the program will spin around four key activities including a mindfulness battle to urge residents to enroll in the National Employment Program, an expansion of remuneration charges and expenses related with the Parallel Bahrainisation System and Flexible Work Permit, just as an overhaul of Tamkeen’s Training and Wage Support Program.
Expenses related with the Parallel Bahrainisation System have been expanded from $795 (BD300) to $1,326 (BD500), while the adaptable work grant enlistment charges will be expanded from $530 (BD200) to $1,326 (BD500), with a repetitive regularly scheduled installment worth $0.36 (BD30).
Pay expenses have additionally been raised from $1,326 (BD500) to $2,650 (BD1,000), while the remuneration time frame has been reached out from 6 to 9 months.
Pastor of Labor and Social Development Jameel bin Mohammed Humaidan, who urged Bahrainis to enlist in the new program, said the service keeps on checking joblessness rates.
Dr Ibrahim bin Mohammed Janahi, CEO of Bahrain’s Labor Fund (Tamkeen), said the program will help upgrade Tamkeen’s compensation bolster program inside one month.
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