”Doing a job I feel passionate about” is the most important attribute for fresh graduates in the UAE, followed by “competitive salaries” (14 per cent), “opportunities for career progression” (9 per cent), and
Around 95 per cent of Middle East professionals think that networking and maintaining relationships has been important to their career success, a report said.
More than half (50.2 per cent) of Mena respondents to have a career men
Bayt.com, a leading career site in the region, has announced that its career mobile app has recently surpassed 1.5 million downloads, crossing a new milestone.
The app, which is easy to use, allows professionals to search and appl
UAE employers are experiencing difficulty filling open positions as they struggle to find employees with the relevant skills that they need, a report said.
Only 16 per cent of companies are currently searching for new employees, a
Just over half (56 per cent) of employers across Mena feel comfortable their company has sufficient skilled employees to achieve this year’s goals, indicating a skills gap in the region, according to a new report.
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The majority (86.7 per cent) of professionals in the Mena region are “satisfied with how enjoyable it is to go to work every morning”, with 67.6 per cent being “complete
It is the employer’s responsibility to support and promote employees’ health and wellness, according to 96 per cent of professionals in the Mena region, a report said.
Subsequently, 87.1 per cent claimed they will more
More than 75 per cent of employees in the Mena region are ‘extremely passionate’ about their work, while about 91.5 per cent feel that the work they do adds purpose to their life, a report said.
An overwhelming majorit
Eighty 80 per cent of fresh graduates in the Mena are leaving university unprepared for the workforce claiming college did not help them identify suitable job opportunities, a report said.
Just under one-third (29 per cent) of you
Professionals in the Mena region are looking forward to the New Year, a report said, adding that more than 30 per cent of them have already resolved to work harder next year.
Feelings about 2016 are very positive, added the &lsquo