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.
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.
We are very excited to announce the guru line up for the 2014 HR Summit and Expo taking place this October 20 – 22 in Dubai. The HR Summit and Expo is the region’s largest gathering of HR professionals. More than a decade of thought leadership has made the summit the ideal platform to advance the HR profession in the Middle East and beyond.
Earlier this week and in collaboration with LinkedIn Middle East, we hosted a online webinar titled “5 Steps to Crafting a Highly Social Talent Brand”. Watch the video recording now and download the slides.
Picture this. An HR Manager is called to the meeting, where FINALLY he or she hears the managers speaking of an HR concept or functionality which is a non-existent in that corporate culture, one that could add so much value to the business. But there’s more to that than just buzzwords.
The 2nd Emirati Youth Forum, played host to 10s of Emirati students who flocked to Abu Dhabi from all over the Nation to voice their opinions and express their aspirations in a day-long discussion around Emiratisation.
Being in my line of work, I get to hear from a ton of people who have left jobs. One of the questions I like to ask people is to give me one thing they regret about leaving a certain position or company. You might think that most people would find this hard to answer, but I’m always surprised at how quickly people can answer this question, and the fact that no one ever answers it with “I have no regrets.”
Over the last few weeks, I’ve noticed a considerable amount of attention focused on Generation Y from both the media and business world. The May 20 issue of Time Magazine led with a cover story labelling them the ‘Me, Me, Me’ generation: narcissistic, fame-obsessed, and self interested; Meanwhile PwC reported findings from a comprehensive Next Gen study of its Gen Y employees.
It was 42 years ago when the founders of the nation gathered to announce the unification of the UAE. The feelings that mesmerise from that historical occasion are overwhelming, as we imagine the hardship they had to encounter and the decisions they had to make to have them stand tall under that flagpole in Dubai on December 2, 1971. No doubt they had one priority in mind, the interest of their citizens who are the core of this country.