HR News & opinion articles

17 August 2015
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Uncertain future for employees in Qatar as Gulf neighbours cut ties

HR needs a damage limitation plan to minimise the impact of the Gulf diplomatic crisis

New UAE labour law on work permits caps potential fines for employers

Penalties for organisations not processing work permits on time reduced

Bahrain’s economy given boost by large-scale infrastructure investment

Oman also hoping for long-term benefits from OPEC deal to cap oil production and raise price of a barrel

Q&A: Rawan Albina: “There is no point creating an online presence if you don't keep it up”

The professional branding expert talks about the value of maintaining an online profile for CEOs and senior managers

HR headlines from the UK

From failing leaders to contractors retiring early, here are five of the best articles from People Management’s UK edition this week

How to manage employees effectively during Ramadan

HR and legal experts give the lowdown on good leadership during the holy month

It’s time to cut the waffle from your CV, say recruiters

Why meaningless words and phrases say nothing about the candidate

Saudi Nitaqat initiative’s new nationalisation targets present challenges for employers

Employment law expert Sarah Lawrence discusses Saudisation and the new rules on getting approval for terminating employment

Opinion: Chatbots could be the future of recruitment

Tech-savvy jobseekers can also use them to land interviews, says Galina Racheva

Emiratisation can be challenging when top local employees are targeted by recruiters

Survey finds keeping hold of national employees is difficult for UAE private sector