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Regional workforce growth ‘depends on vocational education’

The continued development of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) workforce depends on improving the quality and accessibility of vocational education in the region, delegates at the Gulf Education and Conference and Exhibition heard.

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DHA hires more than 1,400 medical staff

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has hired more than 1,400 medical staff last year bringing the total workforce strength to more than 11,000, according to a top health official. Maryam Subaih, director of Human Resources at the DH

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Seha in deal to create qualified local healthcare workforce

The Abu Dhabi Health Services Co (Seha), in conjunction with Health Authority – Abu Dhabi (HAAD), Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council (ADTC) and Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) have signed a deal to create a skilled and professional local work f

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Opito names Dubai-based managing director

Opito International, a leading provider of workforce to the oil and gas industry, has appointed former RAF aircrew Colin Griffiths as managing director, who will be based in Dubai. Griffiths is replacing out-going managing directo

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Opito names Dubai-based managing director

Opito International, a leading provider of workforce to the oil and gas industry, has appointed former RAF aircrew Colin Griffiths as managing director, who will be based in Dubai. Griffiths is replacing out-going managing directo

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Saudi eyes $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Saudi eyes $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Saudi planning $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Most employees 'will be working remotely by 2020'

More than half of the workforce will working remotely by 2020 and not in a traditional office, thanks to the technology and some fundamental shifts in management thinking, according to a survey conducted at London Business School’s Global

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How effective is GCC local workforce policy?

Two thirds of Middle East employees in the financial sector agree that the effort by their companies to recruit nationals respective to the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar is working, a report said. Meanwhile, three quarters o

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