There is an urgent need for human resource (HR) professionals to transform their business functions and become more people-centric, a top minister has said.
According to Minister of State for Electricity and Water Affairs Dr Abdul
Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has won the People Development (cargo handling) at the International Bulk Journal (IBJ) Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands recently.
The award recognised ADPC’s efforts to build the knowledge and
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam Al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.
Fox International Channels Middle East (FICME) has launched ‘Nat Geo People,’ a new channel that offers unfiltered access to the stories of real people all over the world.
The channel will provide partners and viewers
Thousands of people flocked to the opening of one of Bahrain's largest consumer exhibitions yesterday (January 21).
The 25th annual Autumn Fair is being held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre in San
A Bahraini woman is pioneering a novel art technique by using sand to create breathtaking images of places and people.
Zahra Isa is a trained aircraft engineer, but a lack of job opportunities means she is still out of work more t
The drive towards extracting oil and gas reserves from unconventional sources such as shale is putting more pressure on the global energy sector to hire experienced people with the right skills, said a report.
The Global Oil and G
Eliminating terrorism remains the main concern of Bahrain and its people, the Premier said yesterday.
That is why the representatives of the people responded quickly and submitted their recommendations to His Majesty King Hamad wh
Turkish Airlines’ in-flight magazine ‘Skylife’ has launched a photo competition inviting photography enthusiasts from across the world to submit photos telling the story of the bridges built between people, cultures and civilis
Arab leaders must be open to reform and listen to their peoples so that issues can be resolved without 'conflict or protest,' Qatar's prime minister said in a televised interview on Sunday.
'Reform is not wrong -- what'