The Ministry of Labor has launched the first phase of the Qatarisation programme for jobs in the private sector. Eligible job seekers can apply for jobs available in private sector companies.
In this context, the ministry revealed that it has offered 444 jobs in 48 private sector companies in various disciplines through the national employment platform ‘Kawader’ according to the competencies in the Qatarisation of jobs in the private sector.
The ministry called on Qatari job seekers and those wishing to work in the private sector to apply offered through the aforementioned national platform and to take advantage of the benefits offered by private sector establishments to citizens within the Qatarisation programme.
The ministry stressed its keenness to provide all facilities and incentives that would encourage citizens to engage with major private sector companies and to provide an exemplary work environment.
The ministry indicated that it is developing plans and policies, consulting with private sector institutions, increasing the percentage of Qatarisation of jobs through the qualification and training of nationals, and studying the relevant legislative options.
The ministry is closely following the obstacles that citizens may face in their work for the local private sector establishments and companies and stressed that it is open to receiving any complaints regarding the Qatarisation of jobs in the private sector.
The Ministry of Labour indicated that it will intensify supervision over private sector companies to ensure the implementation of policies and plans for Qatarisation and to benefit the national workforce.
In this regard, it explained its contribution during the last three months of last year by appointing about 230 citizens to various positions in the private sector, as well as the appointment of 55 children of Qatari women.
The launch of the first phase of the Qatarisation programme for jobs in the private sector comes as one of the main priorities of the Ministry of Labour aimed at benefiting from the national workforce and opening new horizons in major private sector companies.