Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE have been ranked among the 25 most expensive cities to live in the world, according to the latest Cost of Living Survey published by Mercer, a global consulting leader.
The global rankings see Dubai
People risks, including employee retention, cultural integration, benefit levels and overall talent management, remain a top focus during mergers and acquisitions (M&A), revealed a report.
The report, recen
Asia and the Middle East ranked lowest in the world in efforts to promote women in the workplace, according to a new report.
Women are under-represented in the workforce globally, and if organizations maintain the current rate of
Salary increase forecasts for 2016 in the UAE and Qatar are recorded at 4.9 per cent, a figure below 5 per cent for the first time in five years, a report said, adding hikes in Saudi Arabia are expected to hover around 5 per cent, much lower tha
Mercer Middle East, a top human resources consultancy has entered into a strategic partnership with The Talent Enterprise (TTE), a leading employability and leadership development consultancy based in Dubai, UAE.
Under the terms o
Companies in the GCC region will have to formulate effective retirement plans if they are to remain competitive in the market place and retain expatriate talent, said an industry expert.
“The GCC region - particularly the UA
Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE are the most expensive cities in the Middle East for expatriates, as Jeddah, Saudi Arabia continues to be the least expensive city in the region, a report said.
Dubai and Abu Dhabi have been
Global human resources consultancy Mercer has appointed Saqr Ahmed Mohamed, the first Emirati national as its new principal for Talent Business in its Middle East office.
Around the world, Mercer help clients advance the health, w
Businesses and organisations in the Middle are failing to create professionals equipped with the necessary skills to head industry, according to a study by Mercer, a leading human resources management consultancy.
Companies in the
Women, who continue to be underrepresented at most levels in the workforce, are not progressing in their careers despite the past two decades of organizational efforts to achieve gender diversity and equality, a report said.