Ericsson Saudi Arabia and UAE claimed the number three spot in the Great Place to Work’s first-ever ‘Best Workplaces in Asia’ Awards ceremony held in Mumbai, India recently.
The rankings are decided by Great Plac
Workplace discriminatory issues within the oil and gas industry will be the focus of an event to be hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) in Aberdeen, Scotland next month.
The event, titled ‘Breaking the Cycle o
Seventy-eight percent of the world’s employers are strongly committed to creating a workplace culture of health, to boost individual engagement and organisational performance, according to a new study.
The new survey of empl
The individual employee and the technology they choose are leading factors that will shape the workplace over the next five years, according to a recent report.
Citrix’ annual Technology Landscape document developed by the c
The economic volatility has increased pressure on workers in the Middle East region with 66 per cent reporting that they are seeing more stress-related illness since the downturn, according to the latest survey from Regus, the global workplace p
The importance of workplace diversity and leadership positions for women and people with disabilities were highlighted at a conference in Bahrain yesterday (December 9).
The Bahrain Third International Leadershift Conference was h
The State Government of Victoria’s first ever 'Women in International Business Forum' in the region saw leading businesswomen discuss the key issues being faced at the workplace across the Middle East.
The forum brou
With the move to the digital workplace happening at a rapid pace, companies looking for a competitive advantage must start viewing the workplace itself as a strategic asset, said global management consulting firm Booz & Company in a report.
New technology has made teleworking easier and more efficient but there has been resistance to the idea from unexpected quarters.
There is, however, a strong business case for working from home, say Jon Messenger, ILO senior resea
Pringle Brandon, an architecture and design leader in the UK and the UAE, has joined top international design firm Perkins+Will in line with its plans to boost its presence in the Middle East and Continental Africa region.