Companies in Oman need government permission to hire expats

Pedro Gonçalves
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Companies in Oman need government permission to hire expats

Oman-based companies will have to secure the Ministry of Manpower's go ahead before they can hire expats, according to local media as the country considers extending its expat visa ban. A new traffic light-themed online system is currently being rolled out in Oman, in which companies' Omanization quotas are being monitored.  Under this new system, companies that meet Omanization standards set by the government will receive a green signal online, allowing them to proceed with hiring expa...

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