Hilton Worldwide has been officially recognised as the top hospitality company to work for the UAE in 2016, by Great Place to Work, a global research, training and consultancy firm that identifies the best workplaces in over 50 countries worldwi
Microsoft Gulf has taken the role of exclusive technology partner to showcase modern workplace solutions at an upcoming summit in Dubai, UAE, as part of its ongoing mission to become the solutions provider of choice for small and medium busine
The ambitious, tech-savvy ‘Millennial Generation’ are bringing great transformation into the workplace design in the UAE through cleverly integrated sharable 'digital spaces' and opting for more open and airy spaces with glas
Leading telecommunications company du has been recognised for its commitment to the employees at the Gallup Great Workplace Awards.
Ibrahim Nassir, chief human capital and administration officer at du, accepted the award during a
Bayt.com, a leading career site in the Middle East, has been named among the top 10 ‘Best Small and Medium Workplaces in Asia,’ in the 2015 Best Workplaces in Asia awards recently.
The ranking follows Bayt.com’s
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