Hi. I am the owner of a growing start-up in Cairo. Our small company has been growing consistently over the past few years, and we’ve decided that now is the right time to add a full HR team to our company structure. Before beginning the interview process, what do I need to know about effective HR professionals and teams, so that I can ensure that the professionals I hire are high performers?
The HR Summit & Expo in Dubai is packed with new HR technologies and innovations showcased by some of the world’s top companies exhibiting at the event. Whether you’re looking for your next HR system upgrade for cloud, social, mobile, analytics or video – you…
Tony will be speaking at the upcoming HR Summit and Expo, 14-16 November 2016, at the Dubai World Trade Centre – where he plans to demonstrate how a small company in Dubai of 50 people can replicate what a 50,000 employee company does. Here are some insights he shared with us recently.
Required drivers of the New World Kirkpatrick Model are defined as processes and systems that reinforce, monitor, encourage, and reward performance of critical behaviours on the job. Let’s take a closer look at each driver.
Career advancement opportunities rank as the top reason why employees join or leave organisations, according to new research from Towers Watson, a leading global professional services company. The 2014 Talent Management and Rewards and Global Workforce Studies have shown that companies continue to face challenges attracting and retaining talent, with 60% of employers experiencing difficulties with retaining highly qualified people.
Having Flexible Benefits can be critical for some multinationals that are based in countries where the state provision is relatively low and therefore have a multitude of private offerings. These organisations then apply the same Flexible Benefits strategies that are suitable for their specific countries on the global level, importing them to other regions. However, the same Flexible Benefits programmes that are so big in the US or in Europe become a lot less prevalent in the Middle East