Invita wins award for nationalisation of jobs

Invita wins award for nationalisation of jobs

Invita Bahrain announced winning Excellence Award in ‘Nationalization of Jobs in The Gulf Region’ in the category of “Privately Owned Enterprises in the Gulf Region”. The award was presented during the meeting of The Ministers of Labor Committee and The Ministers of Social Affairs Committee of The GCC held in Kuwait, by Hind Subaih Barrak Al-Subaih, the Minister of Social Affairs and Labour and The Minister of State for Economic Affairs of Kuwait.

Bahrain-based Invita was established in 2006 and is an ISO 9001:2008 andbnI DSS v3.2 certified regional provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services. On this occasion, Rashad Akbari, Chairman of Invita Company, stated “At Invita we believe in equal opportunities and in nurturing and developing local Bahraini talent. Therefore we can proudly state that during our 12 years of service we have always managed to maintain a Bahranisation rate of over 90 per cent.





No GoT reunion for Jason Momoa

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Malaysia charges Goldman in 1MDB probe

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