Qatar Employment and Career News
Qatar has announced its intention to blacklist private sector firms that delay wages to its workers following increase in complaints by foreign labour about delayed payments, a senior labour official said.
The population in Qatar is now experiencing a wave of expansion, largely driven by expatriates filling in jobs created by large ramp up in infrastructure investment to prepare for the 2022 World Cup.
With the growing wealth of Qatar, the average monthly salary has grown by more than 20 percent in the past 15 months.
The private sector will be closely monitored by the Labour Ministry to ensure that they offer jobs to nationals and abide by the jobs quota for locals as prescribed by the Cabinet.
The Qatar Career Fair (QCF) today announced that it is organizing a career boot camp this summer from 30th June to 4th July within premises of Education City in Awsaj Academy.
The Energy and Industry Ministry, HE Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada has urged young Qataris to equip themselves with technical and vocational training for better placement, as per plans to localize the workforce in key economic sector.
The Heir Apparent, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, yesterday opened the Qatar Career Fair 2013 (QCF 2013), which aims to connect Qatari job seekers to prospective employers.
Qatar is one of the most attractive countries in the MENA region for job-seekers, with growing number of western candidates.
The sixth edition of Qatar Career Fair (QCF) will be held under the patronage of HH the Heir Apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, from 1st to 6th April 2013.
The International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) has confirmed its plan to be the Golden Sponsor for the forthcoming Qatar Career Fair 2013, to be held at the Qatar National Convention Centre between 1st and 6th of April.
Home nursing, a rather new concept in Qatar healthcare system, is now fast-gaining popularity, with growing demand for the service among Qatari and expatriate families.
Employees in Qatar can expect a 5 percent pay hike this year, according to latest Total Remuneration Survey, which tracked more than 50 companies operating in Qatar.
Unemployment in Qatar has dipped by 22percent over the past decade, but, the gender gap in terms of average wages grown considerably, says the latest report by the Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA).
According to the latest Middle East and North Africa Consumer Confidence Index Survey by Bayt.
Qatar is one of the leading nations in offering jobs for its female nationals in the public or private sector, the Ministry of Labour (MoL) said.
The GCC member-states, the largest employers of foreign domestic help, are working towards developing a common recruitment policy for this category of workers.
The Gulf region continues to create jobs despite the impact of Arab Spring 2011, as per the survey by leading online recruitment firm in Dubai, GulfTalent.
The Qatar Career Fair 2012 will be held from 1st April to 5th April at the Qatar National Convention Centre, under the patronage of HH the Heir Apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani.
The hiring expectancy in Qatar over the coming months is slightly higher than during the fourth quarter of 2011, as revealed by the latest job index survey.
The Joint Committee of ministries of labour and interior, following a meeting with representatives of recruitment firms, announced the new procedure for recruitment of expat manpower in Qatar yesterday.
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