MOL organizes workshop on localization of jobs in GCC countries

Sohar: The Ministry of Labor, in cooperation with the General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Office of the Governor of North Al Batinah, organized today in  Sohar a workshop on the localization of jobs in the GCC countries in light of the decisions of the Supreme Council and the requirements of the Gulf market, and it will continue for two days.

Sheikh Nasr bin Amer Al Hosani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor for Labor and the sponsor of the event, said in the opening speech of the workshop that the aim of holding this workshop is to review the challenges facing increasing the rates of inter-transfer of the Gulf workforce between the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council on the one hand, and on the other hand to identify nationalization efforts in Each GCC country, stressing the importance of integration between the GCC countries with regard to the localization of professions in a way that achieves the aspirations of the citizens of these countries.

On the first day, the workshop covered a number of working papers that focused on a number of axes, the first of which was Saudization in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and the challenges. It included three working papers, including Saudization of jobs, the reality of Saudization in the labor market, and challenges and opportunities for enhancing the participation of Gulf nationals in the labor market.

While the second axis discussed regional integration in labor markets, and included a number of working papers, with wide participation from officials and specialists in employment and job localization in the ministries of labor in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and members of the group of experts in the field of labor and international relations in the Gulf Cooperation Council, in addition to representatives from the International and Arab Labor Organizations. And the Statistical Center for the Gulf Cooperation Council States.

The Gulf Cooperation Council countries are seeking to develop initiatives and projects aimed at empowering the national workforce in the labor market by increasing nationalization rates to reduce the proportion of job seekers.

This coincides with the issuance of several decisions by the Supreme Council of the Cooperation Council aimed at reducing the challenges in the movement of Gulf workers among the Gulf Cooperation Council countries. Cooperating and working to achieve equality with their citizen counterparts in competing for jobs in the private sector.

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