Five senior managers at QInvest, the Qatari investment bank forming a joint venture with Egypt's EFG-Hermes, have left the firm following the departure of its former chief executive last week, QInvest said in a statement on
About 24.3 per cent of managers in the region look for ‘professional success’ above all else in candidates, a recent poll conducted by Bayt.com showed.
The ‘Management Challenges in the Mena’ poll showed that employees, on the other hand,
The managerial and professional hiring in the UAE grew 14 per cent during the second quarter, creating a growing need for business performance services amid a resurgent job market, said a recent study.
Almost 60 per cent of surveyed b
Eighty per cent of facilities managers in the UK do not receive any training in CSR, a recurring trend that holds true in other countries such as the UAE, a report said.
Echoing the results of a UK study about CSR in facilities management,
UAE workers declare that showing respect towards all members of staff is the most important ingredient to creating a happy business culture, according to the findings from a new global Regus survey.
In the latest survey by workplace provid
Fifty-four per cent of GCC employees are not engaged or inspired by their managers, according to a recent study.
“Employee engagement” is the rational and emotional connection an employee has to the organisation, combined with his or her w
The American University in Cairo, School of Business - International Executive Education Institute is hosting a course for executives aiming to impart a basic understanding of strategic communication functions within organisations.
Corporate managers without “emotional intelligence” risk ending up with under-motivated, disengaged staff who lack commitment and whose productivity nosedives, says a management expert.
Scott Watson, managing director of Summit Consulting