HR News & opinion articles

17 August 2015
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Hiring boom in banking and finance expected by many recruiters in UAE

Government Accelerator programme has increased the hiring of nationals

Fast-changing work environment means HR must adapt to survive

HR will be increasingly impacted by technology, and its future depends on its response

Opinion: How Saudi Arabia can bridge its future skills gaps

City & Guilds Group’s Chris Jones discusses the importance of developing the Kingdom’s youth as part of Vision 2030

Vast majority of Qatari employers carry out background checks on potential candidates

Unlimited employment contracts continue to be most popular contract type in UAE, finds new study

Saudi Arabia plans to create 60,000 jobs in non-profit sector by 2020

Huge training programmes mean plenty of work for HR, says expert

Fast-changing insurance sector needs HR’s help to make sure employees have the right skills

Speakers at HR forum discuss the evolving skills and competencies needed by the industry

Kuwaiti government study suggests setting a timetable to stop hiring expats in private sector

MP calls for 5 per cent tax on money transfers out of the country

New e-recruitment system in Qatar aims to speed up hiring

Construction set to benefit most from new technology, but other sectors could follow

Digitisation expected to create half a million new jobs for Saudis by 2020

Country’s population is the most connected and best educated in its history, says Economist report

Managers in the UAE ‘forging better relationships with employees’

New survey shows approaches to leadership are evolving towards coaching and empowerment