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Tag Archives: Kuwaitization

Ministry of Education told to terminate 1,186 expats

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19: In line with the replacement and Kuwaitization policies, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has officially requested the Ministry of Education to terminate the services of 1,186 expatriate staff in academic and executive positions by the end of the current school year, reports Al-Qabas daily. The decision …

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Thousands of expat job titles in private sector cancelled – ‘Not qualified’

Titles from Managers to mandoub changed KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has cancelled the job titles of thousands of expatriates who occupy supervisory positions in private sector companies after discovering that they are not highly qualified or their certificates are not accredited by Kuwait’s Ministry of …

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Municipality committed to replacing expats with Kuwaiti citizens

CSC dismisses Al-Roumi request for workers under ‘wage system’ KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13: The resigned Minister of Public Works and State Minister for Municipal Affairs Hussam Al- Roumi asked Head of Civil Service Commission (CSC) Ahmed Al-Jasser to provide 36 job grades under wage system in the Municipal Council, reports …

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3,140 jobs set for Kuwaitization

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 5, (KUNA): The Civil Service Commission (CSC) continues to replace expatriate employees with Kuwaitis in different ministries and governmental bodies as part of its Kuwaitization plan. Speaking to KUNA on Monday, the commission’s Chairman Ahmad Al-Jassar said that CSC was currently targeting the Kuwaitization of 3,140 jobs …

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PAM ‘approves’ program to gauge expat workers need – Process to specify actual need

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: Deputy Director General for Expatriate Workers Affairs at Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Hassan Al-Khidher disclosed that Projects Management Program has been approved to estimate the need for expatriate workers in government contracts, reports Al-Jarida daily. Al-Khidher disclosed that the new program will put a stop …

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Law to Kuwaitise private sector

Panel preps actionable recommendations on jobs crisis KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Member of the parliamentary Job Crisis and Replacement Committee MP Mohammed Al-Dalaal has confirmed that his committee will soon submit its report which includes actionable recommendations on the job crisis and replacement policy. He disclosed the committee will reform …

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CSC suspends expat teachers’ work permits

MoE takes decision on Kuwaitization of team tasked to print ‘exam questions’ KUWAIT CITY, Oct 22: The Ministry of Education recently took a decision on the Kuwaitization of the team tasked to print exam questions, reports Annahar daily. The ministry is studying the possibility of removing employees occupying supervisory posts …

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Panel calls for reducing number of expats in public sector

‘Give jobs to elementary-level certs holders’ KUWAIT CITY, Oct 20: Parliament’s Replacement and Employment Crisis Committee has asked the government to provide jobs to the holders of elementary-level certificates, as they constitute 7,037 out of total 12,000 unemployed citizens, reports Al-Rai daily. According to recent statistics, holders of elementary-level and …

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MP urges head-count on expats, Kuwaiti ‘jobless’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18: MP Askar Al-Enezi has submitted a proposal for the government to conduct a survey in order to determine the exact number of jobless Kuwaitis and the non-Kuwaitis employed in public and private sectors. Al-Enezi said his proposal aims to gauge the impact of the job replacement …

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Panel plans to cut no of expats to 10% in public sector

Committee set to put finishing touches KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: In its efforts to limit the rate of expatriates in public sector to 10 percent of the entire workforce, which would be restricted to the medical and educational professions, the Parliamentary Committee on Replacement and Employment will meet soon to …

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