A residence permit, also known as RP, allows expatriates to stay and work in Qatar. It provides them with eligibility to a range of government services. The employer/sponsor is the one who usually handles the process of obtaining the RP, on behalf..
Karak, despite its south-east Asian origins, is an ingrained part of Qatar culture. A steaming hot cup of Karak has long been a tradition for many residents of Qatar. This unique tea is simply made by mixing black loose tea leaves, water, sugar ..
Home equity loans are made with your house as the collateral. Home equity refers to the value of a house less the balance due on the mortgage. As a homeowner, you are considered a good borrower by lenders and this means that they are willing to provi..
If you’re wondering how to grow your business in today’s current economic climate, you’re not alone. Many business owners are trying to find ways to broaden their market reach and meet the changing needs of consumers while ..
There are many ways to market your online business, and some of them are email marketing, social media, SEO, PPC, etc. Digital marketing companies can help solve the challenge for the people and leave you focusing on the work you can do at your best...
Qatar is one of the most vibrant yet beautiful countries in the GCC as there are many things to offer to its residents. This is purely one of the fundamental reasons why expats from different parts of the world explore opportunities to work for ..
A year after the State of Qatar abolished the need for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to switch jobs, migrant workers are still facing difficulties in transferring to new employers today. In August 2020, Qatar announced landmark changes to its l..
Are you an employer or a part of a hospital whether private or government and need to hire more nurses? Especially during these challenging times caused due to Covid-19, many hospitals are in need of staffs as the number of patients increased. ..
Bahrain could have suffered a severe economic blow if it had been subject to an economic blockade by its biggest neighbors. The country has done relatively well in the last year. According to government data, Bahrain's economy contracted 3.9% in ..
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