Manama, on September 10 / Bana / His Excellency Mr Jamil bin Mohammed Ali Hamidan, Minister of Labor, affirmed the importance of integrating job seekers in the private medical sector through their qualification and training in cooperation with specialized authorities and taking advantage of the integrated and detailed database, so as to include all workers Urging work in this vital sector.
The Minister stressed the importance of integrating national skills into the labour market in light of the economic recovery plan launched by the esteemed government, especially in a number of promising sectors.
The implementation of a number of qualitative initiatives aimed at integrating job seekers in the private medical sector based on qualification and training, and benefiting from a database that will contribute to the organization of the promotion of employers to make it easier for them to be recruited in the private sector, both in specialities Technical or specialized professions and jobs supporting what Corresponds to their medical specialities, as part of the joint efforts to implement the provisions of Law No. (1) 2019 amending Article (14) of Decree No. (21) 2015, on private health institutions, which focuses on the priority of employing Bahrainians in health professions in private health institutions a.
On her part, Dr. Jalila daughter of Health Minister Jawad Hassan explained that the private medical sector in Bahrain is experiencing rapid growth with the increase in the number of medical institutions, which provide many rewarding employment opportunities. Looking forward to joint efforts towards the much needed increase in the polarization and employment ratio of Bahrainis in this promising and attractive sector. Confirming the growth of positive cooperation with the private sector in employing job seekers and utilizing benefits offered to them, including wage support and providing free needed training, in coordination with the Work Fund (Empowerment).
The past period has seen several meetings between officials in the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health to discuss a range of quality initiatives to qualify and recruit job seekers in health and medical professions.