With a view to organising the labour market, the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) has discussed stopping expatriates from managing manpower offices and increasing Omanisation rate in them.
The discussion took place when the Services and Information Technology Committee at OCCI held its second meeting for 2021.
The meeting was chaired by Ali bin Hamdan al Ajmi, chairman of the committee, and was held in the presence of Eng Reda bin Jumah al Saleh, chairman of the Board of Directors of OCCI, and members of the committee.
The meeting discussed the importance of organising the labour market. The committee also discussed the challenges faced by Sanad and translation offices. OCCI said that it will organise a seminar that includes service sectors with relevant decision-makers to address the challenges these sectors face.
The meeting discussed the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the business of the service and information technology sectors.
The committee suggested establishing a one-stop station with an electronic system that includes all services.
OCCI will look into creating more opportunities for investors in cooperation with the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion.