HR News & opinion articles

17 August 2015
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How to think differently about recruitment

From chatbots to candour, there’s more than one way to find the perfect candidate

HR headlines from the UK

From the Taylor Review to the apprenticeship levy, here’s what’s been happening this week

Q&A: Craig Cochrane: “We’ve set up an executive committee of millennials”

The senior vice president of HR at Mövenpick Hotels explains why ‘old, grey men’ shouldn’t be making all the decisions

Saudi Arabia begins imposing dependent fees for expatriates

New tax could mean foreign workers have to send their family abroad if they can’t afford monthly payments

Q&A: Graham Clarke: “Involving the retiree in succession planning creates a better outcome”

The regional director of China Systems on finding the right replacements for retiring talent

UAE urgently recruiting IT professionals in response to increased cyber attacks

But shortage of experienced talent is forcing recruiters look abroad

HR headlines from the UK

From apprenticeship levy requirements to shared parental leave, here’s what’s been happening this week

GCC countries grapple with unsustainable public sector staffing levels

Workforce disruption caused by automation, combined with shrinking government revenues, means change is needed, says research

Saudi Arabia launches range of technical courses to reduce dependence on expats

Practical skills include automotive repairs, computing and household electronics

Q&A: Paul White: “A sabbatical gives you the freedom to do something out of the ordinary”

UAE career expert on why a career break must be planned well – but brings real benefits