gulf air celebrates bahraini women’s day

Thursday, December 3, 2015

National carrier Gulf Air has celebrated Bahraini Women’s Day with a dedicated week-long tribute to key Bahraini female members of the airline’s workforce across its official social media platforms. The Bahraini women that were recognized in the social media campaign represented a cross section of the airline’s female workforce and included: Ameera Mohammed Ahmed, Accounts Payable Analyst, Wafa Adel, Line Manager Coordinator, Ameera Mohamed Al Jasim, Administration Assistant, Dr. Rasha Hamad Al Amer, Senior Manager Medical Services and Fayza Ameen Al Mukharreq, Manager Network Planning.

 

Speaking on the role of women in the workplace and the importance of Bahraini Women’s Day, Gulf Air A/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Maher Salman Al Musallam said, “Gulf Air is dedicated to the advancement of our human resources and the entire Gulf Air family takes pride in our female workforce and their key role in our national carrier’s positive development. My special thanks go to all for their dedication and support and, on the occasion of Bahraini Women’s Day I congratulate all Bahraini women for their significant achievements and contributions to the Kingdom.”

 

Gulf Air has been a pioneer in encouraging and offering targeted training and career development opportunities to its workforce – thereby ensuring it facilitates and supports a range of career opportunities within the aviation industry. With 36.6% female personnel, the airline’s female workforce represent all Gulf Air divisions, ranks and levels of expertise.

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Thursday, December 1, 2016
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National carrier Gulf Air, in partnership with the National Labour Union of Gulf Air (NLUGF) today celebrated Bahraini Women’s Day with a special event at the airline’s Muharraq headquarters. The event occurred alongside a dedicated week-long tribute to key Bahraini female members of the airline’s workforce across its official social media platforms and a special honor that was delivered to the airline’s longest serving Bahraini female employee Mrs. Badriya Abdulla Ali Janahi. The Bahraini women that were recognized in the social media campaign represented a cross section of the airline’s female workforce and included: Amal Saleh Jawad, Gulf Air Clinic Nurse; Nadia Saad AlAtteyah, Incentive & ORC Administrator; Aysha Aldoseri, Executive Secretary; Mardheya AMajeed Mosawi, Repair Specialist; Shaikha Mahamed, Manager Scheduling, and Yasmin Shanaa, IT Project Manager.

 

Addressing the airline’s female workforce and speaking on the role of women in the workplace and the importance of Bahraini Women’s Day, Gulf Air Chief Financial Officer, Mrs. Sahar Ataei said, “There exist challenges unique to being a woman in the workplace and these are evident to varying degrees across the globe. Part of Gulf Air’s mission to be a healthy organization includes empowering our female workforce, dedicating ourselves to their advancement and giving them the tools for success. I am honoured to work amongst female colleagues of the caliber we have at Gulf Air and take this opportunity to congratulate all Bahraini women for their significant achievements and contributions to the Kingdom as we celebrate Bahraini Women’s Day today. The entire Gulf Air family unites today to celebrate our female workforce and thank them for their key role in our national carrier’s positive development.”

 

Gulf Air has been a pioneer in encouraging and offering targeted training and career development opportunities to its workforce – thereby ensuring it facilitates and supports a range of career opportunities within the aviation industry. With 37% female personnel, the airline’s female workforce represent all Gulf Air divisions, ranks and levels of expertise.

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