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MoH to terminate services of 400 expats from nursing, pharmacy, X-ray and laboratories

KUWAIT CITY, April 8: The Ministry of Health will terminate the services of about 400 expatriates occupying technical posts — nursing, pharmacy, X-ray and laboratories. Sources explained the ministry took this decision because the above mentioned employees have exceeded the legal retirement age — 65 years old. In another development, …

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CSC plans to offer employment to at least 5,500 registered Kuwaitis

KUWAIT CITY, April 3: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) plans to offer employment to at least 5,500 citizens including 2,500 for educational positions, reports Al-Anba daily quoting informed sources. They said the names of the 2,500 educational employees include highly qualified applicants who registered for educational jobs at the central …

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Rise seen in Kuwaiti, expat workers in the public sector

Population hits 4.5m; Kuwaitis increase KUWAIT CITY, April 1: The total number of employees in the public sector is 390,000; 73.7 percent of them are Kuwaitis and the remaining 26.3 percent are expatriates, reports Al-Qabas daily. According to statistics issued recently by the Central Statistical Bureau, the number of Kuwaiti …

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Kuwaitization policy hurts primary schools for boys

Pressure on Kuwaiti teachers up KUWAIT CITY, April 1: Primary schools for boys suffer from lack of female science teachers following the implementation of Kuwaitization policy and ending the contracts of expatriate teachers, reports Aljarida daily quoting educational sources. They explained that Kuwaiti teachers refuse to move to schools where …

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Ministry of Public Works terminates 18 expatriate employees

KUWAIT CITY, March 29: Acting Ministry of Public Works Undersecretary Khalid Al-Khazi has signed a decision to terminate 18 expatriate employees, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting knowledgeable sources. Sources said this step was taken in line with the Kuwaitization policy indicating the ministry had earlier informed the Civil Service Commission (CSC) …

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About 689 ‘expat employees’ in two ministries receive termination letters

KUWAIT CITY, March 29: About 689 expatriate employees of Ministry of Health and Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Thursday received letters of termination, as part of implementation of Kuwaitization policy based on decision No. 11/2017 of Civil Service Commission (CSC) regarding reduction of expatriates working in the government sector. …

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Expat hires in Kuwait Petroleum Corporation raise ire

KUWAIT CITY, March 29: MP Saleh Ashour has forwarded questions to Minister of Oil, Electricity and Water Bakheet Shibeeb Al-Rasheedi about the expatriate workers in the oil sector. Ashour said he found out that Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) and its subsidiaries are still sending expatriate workers on official missions and …

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11,932 Kuwaitis looking for employment as of Jan 9, 2018 – 1,603,884 people working in private sector

KUWAIT CITY, March 24: The statistics issued by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) shows 11,932 Kuwaitis were looking for work as of Jan 9, 2018, reports Al- Rai daily. The statistics also show 75,627 Kuwaitis were employed over the past five years out of the total 83,563 registered with the …

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CSC registers Kuwaitis for govt jobs for 62nd period

KUWAIT CITY, March 24: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has completed the registration of citizens who want to work in governmental institutions for the 62nd period – March 9-23, reports Al-Jaridah daily. The commission allotted this period in a bid to accommodate the biggest number of graduates from Kuwait University …

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Kuwaitis must constitute 80% of staff in foreign missions

‘Vital’ NATO Convention wins nod ASSEMBLY FOREIGN AFFAIRS PANEL APPROVES 9 AGREEMENTS KUWAIT CITY, March 19: The parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee on Monday approved nine agreements, stressing the importance of the NATO Convention that the National Assembly returned to the committee for further study. Committee Rapporteur MP Mohammed Al-Huwailah confirmed …

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