The Middle East’s largest HR event is just around the corner. HR Summit and Expo is expected to welcome over 3000 HR professionals this year. Here’s a few tips to help you make the most out of your event experience.
The Middle East’s largest HR event is just around the corner with over 60 free seminars and 70 leading HR solution providers. To help you make the most of it, we put together a list of 9 things you should do at the show.
Informa Middle East and The Talent Enterprise have joined forces to launch the region’s first and only Labour Market Confidence Index. This flagship study will present some of the key indicators of employment, wages, youth employability and nationalisation.
In the workplace, we are often required to respond, in emails or in person, to questions or to answers, to things within our control and those out of our control. Response is part of everyday interaction that the human species thrives on, so why do we get it so wrong, so often?
Head of Rewards at Siemens plc had a chat with the HR Observer when in town for the 18th Compensation and Benefits Forum. We had the chance to catch up with Karen and ask her a few questions about rewards at Siemens.
An interview with Robert Mosley, the former SVP for HR at Emirates. We discuss the general attitude about Nationalisation and some figures and statistics in the GCC.
Recruiters play one of the most critical roles at any organization. They are the bridge between companies and the talent that defines them. If they find, engage and hire the right people, they set their companies up for success for years to come.
The 18th annual Compensation and Benefits Forum provided HR professionals with a platform to exchange ideas and address various issues. Delegates were given the opportunity to vote for topics to be debated in 4 roundtable discussions throughout the event. Here’s the roundup.
Many organisations are avoiding facing the growing challenges of career management by placing the full responsibility on the shoulders of employees. Others still act like puppet masters and believe they can map everyone’s career. And some are trying to strike the right balance that meets both employers’ and employees’ aspirations. So really, whose responsibility is it?