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Tag Archives: Kuwaitization

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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Kuwaitization of all jobs in public sector set for 2028

MoE acts to end phenomenon of physical abuse KUWAIT CITY, March 17: The government has set the year 2028 as the deadline for complete Kuwaitization of jobs in the public sector, as implementation of this policy will require ten years from now, reports Al-Rai daily quoting informed sources. They explained …

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Cabinet urges to prepare list of replaceable expats

KUWAIT CITY, March 10: The Cabinet has issued urgent directives to all ministries, asking them to prepare detailed reports concerning the number of positions occupied by expatriates and to identify who among them can be replaced by Kuwaiti employees, reports Al- Anba daily. According to informed sources, the directives included …

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CSC seeks to terminate 2,690 expat employees appointments

Move to replace expatriate with citizens in19 ministries KUWAIT CITY, March 8: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has communicated with 19 ministries and 7 independent and affiliated government agencies to terminate the appointments of about 2,690 expatriate employees starting from July, indicating CSC will henceforth specify the number of contracts …

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Managerial positions for only holders of university degrees

PAM issues circular on granting work permits KUWAIT CITY, March 8: Director General of the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Mubarak Al-Jafour issued an administrative circular on granting work permit for managerial position only to applicants who hold university degree or higher, reports Al-Shahid daily. Al-Jafour clarified no such work …

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‘Hire Kuwaitis or pay more fine’

KUWAIT CITY, March 4: The Public Authority of Manpower (PAM) is contemplating to issue a decision to increase the fine from KD 100 to KD 300 for companies which fail to abide by the percentage of national manpower next April, reports Al-Rai daily. A knowledgeable source at the PAM said …

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Ministry of Education to end the services of 1,500 expats beginning next semester

Dept of Human Resources sends list of names to employees KUWAIT CITY, March 3: Ministry of Education has yielded to the request of Civil Service Commission (CSC) to terminate the appointment of 1,500 expatriates who are currently working as teachers, service executors, and social and psychological researchers from the beginning …

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