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Tag Archives: Kuwaitization

Holders of certificates lower than diploma & 65 years residence wont be renewed/transferred

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 25: The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor, in cooperation with a number of institutions including Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) and representatives of relevant unions and the private sector, conducted a study on the lopsided demographic structure, reports Al- …

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11,851 Kuwaitis on jobs’ waiting list

MEW halts cutting of defaulters water supply KUWAIT CITY, Aug 20: There are 11,851 Kuwaiti citizens registered under CSC in the waiting list for employment; 77.3 percent of them (9,157 in number) are women, and 22.7 percent (2,694 in number) are men, reports Al-Anba daily quoting informed sources from Civil …

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Most of the offices of MPW, MEW in S. Surah empty

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 16: Many employees applied for two or three days vacation before the official Eid Al-Adha holiday. He pointed out these employees took advantage of the long holiday to travel to other countries. The source affirmed the ministry remains committed to the application of the fingerprint attendance system …

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Current year to witness replacement of expats with 8,000 Kuwaitis

CSC eyes panel to implement its Decision No. 11/’11 on Kuwaitization ‘Current year to witness replacement of expats with 8,000 Kuwaitis’ KUWAIT CITY, Aug 11: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is preparing for the formation of a committee to continue the implementation of CSC Decision No. 11/2011 stipulating the rules …

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Kuwaiti employees in private sector to pay KD 60 for work permit

Kuwait Municipality refuses to hand over Abu Halifa Park to PAHW KUWAIT CITY, Aug 9: The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has specified the fees for registration of Kuwaiti employees in the private sector under the Fifth Chapter to obtain a work permit for the first time — KD 60 …

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‘Kuwaitization needs 88% locals in law-linked jobs’ – ‘12% expats to maintain stability’

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 8: Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh revealed that the rate of Kuwaitis for positions related to politics, law and Islamic affairs during the five years after the issuance of the Kuwaitization decision by Civil Service Commission (CSC) has been determined as …

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MP presses queries on KIA hires – Renewed focus on diplomas

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 8: MP Omar Al-Tabtabaei has submitted questions to Minister of Finance Nayef Al-Hajraf about the principles, rules and regulations in appointing Kuwaitis at Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) and its administrative board or outside as board members in companies where KIA owns shares. The lawmaker requested for copies …

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Total number of unemployed Kuwaitis reaches 11,741

GMRP secures appointments for 7,704,  and 7,823 Kuwaitis in govt and private sectors respectively KUWAIT CITY, July 19: The number of Kuwaiti jobseekers enrolled in the Government and Manpower Restructuring Program (GMRP) who do not work currently, or receive pension or enrolled in educational institutions reached 241 in June, bringing …

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Expats with non-specialised skills won’t be given work in govt sector

CSC should implement unification of salary scale: MP KUWAIT CITY, July 9: Parliament’s Committee for Replacement and Employment Crisis MP Khalil Al-Saleh affirmed that the committee will extract information from the backyards of the concerned authorities in terms of the employment file, reports Al-Rai daily. He revealed about the establishment …

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Hiring expats in Oil sans aptitude test ‘dangerous precedent’

KUWAIT CITY, July 7: The Labor Union at Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) condemned the statement issued by Minister of Oil, Electricity and Water Bakheet Al-Rasheedi about recruiting expatriates in the oil sector without taking an aptitude test, while Kuwaitis are required to take aptitude tests which include the English language …

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