Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, UAE, Oman and Qatar, has announced that preparatory work for the launch of the Gulf Air Trade Union is well underway.
The airline’s Labour Committee is currently ensuring all procedural requirements are in place in the build up to the formation of the first Gulf Air Trade Union.
According to Mohamed Salim, Chief of the Gulf Air Labour Committee, several meetings have been held over the last few weeks to finalise internal rules and regulations.
“We are in the process of ensuring that final preparations are being made, which includes internal educational sessions to inform staff about the role of the union and how it will benefit them as employees,” said Mr Salim.
In addition the steering committee has also announced a staff competition to design a logo for the union, which is open to all employees within Gulf Air’s Headquarters