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Immigration & Labour Law in Bahrain Training Course | HR Training Course

Immigration & Labour Law in Bahrain

Course Director

Steven Brown | Course Director

Steven Brown

Senior Associate/Managing Attorney (Bahrain)
ASAR - Al Ruwayeh & Partners

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Immigration & Labour Law in Bahrain is a one-day intensive course which will provide delegates with solid knowledge of immigration and labour laws in Bahrain, including recent updates to the laws, regulatory trends, and issues that often arise in the employment context.

Professionals who are new to the region, including those in a Human Resources role, will also learn the implications of the 2012 Bahrain labour law on recruitment, development and allocation of human capital in their respective companies.

Who Should Attend

This course will be highly beneficial for those who have had minimal formal training in labour law in the Kingdom of Bahrain and offshore entities and for those who wish to consolidate their experience in the region. In addition, professionals who have recently transferred to this region and wish to establish or expand their presence in Bahrain will benefit from the course, including:

  • Administrative Managers
  • HR/Recruitment Managers
  • Training/Talent Managers
  • Immigration/Benefits Managers
  • Company Secretaries
  • Paralegals/Legal Executives
  • Lawyers (In-house and Private Practice)

Benefits of Attending

  • Gain an overview of the Kingdom of Bahrain labour laws, and recent updates, through comparative analysis
  • Understand employee mobility rights and how they can affect your business
  • Manage lawful termination of the employment relationship
  • Successfully protect against employment claims and avoid pitfalls when disputes arise

Immigration & Labour Law in Bahrain