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“Qatar today officially launches one of its most “significant” labour reforms to guarantee migrant workers’ wages. The Wage Protection System (WPS) aims to ensure that migrant labourers, many working on 2022 World Cup-related projects, receive their pay on time. Under the new system, workers will be paid either twice a month or monthly, and the […]

I’m NOT SURE if I’d complain if I’m getting paid a monthly salary without working but some Qatari’s are. They’re complaining that they’re not being given Transportation and Telephone allowances! Logically, if you’re not working, you don’t have an office that you go to everyday nor would you conduct any business calls, right? I guess […]

Businessmen here have reacted sharply to Bahrain’s plan to scrap the sponsorship system for foreign workers and said if such a move was made here it could spell disaster for them. Manama has announced it would enforce on August 1 a new labour law that would allow expatriate workers to switch jobs without seeking permission […]

After the standard contract scheme, Overseas Filipino Workers in the country are set for more good news, with the Philippines and Qatar working on increasing their minimum monthly wage to QR1,400 or $400. Vivo Vidal, Philippine Labour Attache in Doha, told The Peninsula he is waiting for guidelines on the bilateral labour agreement between the […]

Doha Montessori and British School is a Montessori method pre-school and a British National Curriculum school for students Reception – Yr 10. the School occupies a brand new purpose -built campus which offersan excellent range of facilities.

Due to extensive expnasion of the school, the following full-time positions are available for immediate start:

  • Receptionist
  • School Secretary
  • Business/Finance Manager

We are also seeking the following full-time staff to commence on 1st September 2008:

  • Learning Support/Class Assistants

Dynamic and enthusiastic applicants should forward a current CV, letter of application , and recent photograph to: by June 12, 2008.

Only short-listed candidates would be contacted.

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