HR News & opinion articles

17 August 2015
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Emirates Institute of Banking & Financial Studies to offer CIPD accredited training

Courses will be available to more than 20,000 students on development programmes at the EIBFS each year

Should you invest in your stars or strugglers?

Hanan Nagi, founder of HNI Training & Coaching, discusses the value of spending time managing poor performers

New report shows four out of every five jobseekers in Saudi Arabia are female

Kingdom is making progress in getting more women into work – but there are still obstacles to tackle

UAE organisations ‘should pay to take care of their employees’ mental health’

Employers must take the lead on addressing depression without fear of being labelled as the cause of it, say experts

Most expats don’t have a pension, survey finds

Lack of planning for the future by a relatively young workforce could be a factor

UAE gender pay gap ‘may not be closed before 2066’

Gender Balance Council to launch guidelines for organisations to adopt gender-sensitive approach

More women taking senior roles in Saudi, as kingdom aims to increase size of female workforce

First women engineers in Saudi Arabia employed by General Electric

Emirati youth ‘must be trained in IT to future-proof job prospects’

Educational institutions should make technology part of the curriculum from an early age, say experts

Managing director awarded $1.63mn in unpaid salary and end of service gratuity by DIFC Court of Appeal

Clyde and Co’s legal experts explain why the ruling was made, and the implications for DIFC employers

How to make your office move a success

The first and most common mistake with relocations is not involving HR from the outset