MSB’s Joint Managing Directors were delighted to join participants at Tamkeen’s annual Consultation Forum with customers and other key stakeholders.
The event, held yesterday, was attended by Tamkeen’s Chairman, His Excellency Shaikh Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa, and about 400 of the organisation’s customers.
1 in 5 NHS doctors say they have experienced bullying in the last 12 months, according to a survey by the British Medical Association.
Twice that number believe that bullying, harassment and undermining of colleagues happens in their workplace, with 1 in 10 participants saying that such behaviour is a frequent occurrence.
Tamkeen, a quasi-governmental organisation which provides support to aspiring Bahraini entrepreneurs, has received an award for operating the ‘Best Middle East Government Call Centre’.
Every year, the aviation industry dishes out awards to high-performing airlines. More recently, equipped by the data from millions of travellers’ online reviews, TripAdvisor has got in on the act.
A new YouGov survey has found that 27% of UK company managers say they would take a pay cut to work for a business with a defined purpose beyond simply making a profit.
A new report called The Culture Economy claims that 1 in 3 UK employees blamed a poor company culture for leaving their job.
The directors of MSB were delighted to attend a reception in London to discuss how the UK and Bahrain can do more business with each other.
Last month, 500 people attended the annual consultation forum of Tamkeen, a Bahraini government agency charged with developing the Gulf kingdom’s people and private sector enterprises.
A newly-published University of Kansas study helps to explain why middle managers can persuade their employees to deceive upper management. Although many of the employees who were part of the study raised ethical concerns, most of them went along with the scheme, even if only to avoid disciplinary action.
A new report from Bahraini Labour Fund and MSB client Tamkeen has demonstrated the organisation’s success at supporting local students, jobseekers, entrepreneurs and businesses in the first six months of 2017.