The World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) 2015 set to take place in December in Bahrain will launch a critical report establishing a set of global “Millennium Goals” for the Islamic finance human capital segment.
The readiness to address challenges in learning & development, reinventing human resources (HR), leadership, and culture & engagement is decreasing in Middle East organisations, a report said.
This raises the question of w
Investing in human capital will be critical for the sustained growth of Bahrain and the GCC region, said a top economist while speaking at a conference in Dubai World Trade Centre.
"One of the key competitive advantages in th
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, notched up nearly 75,000 private sector beneficiaries as of December last year, a report said.
As many as 56,000 Bahrainis and 19,000 enterprises benefited through its human capital developmen
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Technical and Vocational Education UK (TVET UK) to enhance the level of training provided to Bahrainis.
The MoU will enable Tamkeen to benef
Bahrain has long realised the importance of human resource management and that has put it in the forefront of human capital development, said Minister of State for Electricity and Water Affairs Dr Abdulhussain Mirza.
Dr Mirza was
The majority of oil and gas executives in the Middle East anticipate a looming talent shortage in all skill categories, the most pressing of which is in operations (81 per cent), according to a report.
Experts focused on the oil and gas se
The majority of oil and gas executives in the Middle East anticipate a looming talent shortage in all skill categories, the most pressing of which is in operations (81 per cent), said a report.
Experts focused on the oil and gas sector to
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, recently held an open meeting with more than 50 people in a weekly majlis to shed light its various programmes available to Bahrainis and enterprises within the private sector.
Leading the event at MP Abdulh
Jordan-based Optimiza, an IT company, has said net profit for the first half of this year grew by 73 per cent to reach JD487,000 ($687,000) compared with JD178,700 for the same period a year ago.
The company said the highlight o