UAE, Bahrain and Oman are the only GCC countries to register a positive annual growth rate in job opportunities, while the region as a whole registers a record low growth rate of negative 21 percent in June 2016, as compared to the same period l
UAE's Etihad Airways will not be hiring non-operational staff 'until the end of year', said a report citing the airline's president and CEO James Hogan.
The hiring freeze, which was introduced in the first quarter,
Averda, a leading waste management provider, has announced the launch of a recruitment drive for up to 1,000 employees in Bahrain.
The initiative is in advance of the start of the company’s contract from July for a five-year
While 65 per cent of businesses in the Gulf are forecasting revenue growth of five per cent or higher in 2016, a third of those are particularly bullish with forecasts of 15 per cent growth despite the drop in oil prices and global economic unce
Europe's largest lender, HSBC, is imposing a hiring and pay freeze across the bank globally in 2016, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
An email was sent to staff on Friday detailing the latest cost-saving meas
A majority of recruiters in the Gulf expect to expect new jobs creation in the region in the coming six months, while employers are likely to enjoy lower attrition as market signals a more stable workforce, a report said.
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Bahrain could become the first country in the region to enter a partnership that ensures ethical recruitment of expatriates. The idea is to set up a network of trustworthy recruitment agencies through an International Recruitment Integrity Sys
Member firms of Deloitte, a top provider of audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services, have reported revenues of $35.2 billion for the fiscal year ended May 31 (FY15), representing 7.6 per cent growth in local currency terms.
Construction companies in the Gulf region are on the look out for skilled staff across most roles and specialisations despite the oil slump, according to a panel of company directors from the construction sector who spoke at a leading industry e
The number of online job listings in Saudi Arabia for software, hardware and telecom specialists increased by 58 per cent in May compared to the same month last year, while hiring in the oil and gas sector continues to decrease, said an industry