Keeping staff fully trained in all aspects of their role not only allows for greater workplace synergy and greater productivity, it also gives employees a tangible sense of progression and achievement. As they learn new skills and take on greater responsibilities, they feel more satisfied…
By Peter Lawrence, Director, Human Capital Department Whilst making the most of your assets is a key business objective, making the most of your staff isn’t always given such attention. Peter Lawrence considers what we mean by talent and how businesses in the region can make…
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There’s a war going on for talent in the UAE and it means HR directors need to “keep up” today to recruit and keep staff for the future workplace.
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