Based on the decision of the Federation on its meeting (33) held on February 10th, 2008 in Riyadh, the Human Resources and the Gulf labor market Committee was formed.
1 . Focus on the labor market in the GCC countries , especially regulatory and legal aspects in the light of the evolution of international labor legislation .
2 . Support and improve productivity and the creation of the national best working environment .
3 . Study and development the programs of replacement and relocation of the nationals in the GCC countries and exchange experiences as well as to learn from international experiences .
4 . Work on the integration and unification of the GCC labor markets in light of the Gulf common market .
1 . Finalized the schedule for the project ” Gulf competition for business plans for young coziness in the Gulf ( GCC competitive), in coordination with the General Secretariat of the Federation and in collaboration with Dr. Khalid Al- Zamil , and launched after the blessing of the Federation Council.
2 . The organization of the second meeting of human resources and the labor market in the GCC countries under the title of “the challenges of human resources and the labor market in the GCC States ” during the period 24 to 25 May 2011 in the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler Sharjah .
3 . Completion of studies for the project Gulf online recruitment as a contribution to the challenge of unemployment. This website includes a search engine provides to the citizens of the GCC and the job seekers, the opportunity to identify the vacancies in the GCC countries , which are announced by the ministries of labor Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCC) and the private sector .
4 . Submitted a proposal to the Secretariat of the Federation about the effectiveness of the organization of social responsibility forum and to emphasis the role of the private sector, to be held in Riyadh .
5 . Study and discuss obstacles to the Gulf Common Market in the field of human resources and the labor market.