UAE’s Etihad Airways joined airline HR and talent acquisition executives from around the world to discuss best practice in sourcing and attracting aviation professionals at the Global Aviation Talent Summit in Abu Dhabi last week.
Saudi Arabia-based Glowork has signed a partnership deal with French business facilitation company Naseba group to co-host the third annual Talent and Diversity Leadership Forum in Riyadh.
The forum, which will
MSI Global Talent Management is set to host a strategic human resource (HR) workshop in Dubai, UAE for key HR decision makers in the Middle East.
The workshop, which will take place on October 27, will provide
The UAE has retained its position as the world leader in attracting talent for the second consecutive year, according to a recent global study.
By analysing every new position that was added to member profiles between January 1, 2
Esmod Dubai, the French Fashion Institute, has presented the fashion collections of its up-and-coming local and international design talents, with the 2015 graduates being the ones to watch for as the Middle East new emerging fashion designers.
India's oldest and most distinguished IT firms are doing what would have been almost sacrilegious a few years ago - holding coding marathons to develop innovative fixes and deploying "commando" units to resolve clients' IT woes
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
Lulu Mall Fujairah is set to present an opportunity to UAE’s budding talents to shine and show what they have got.
The UAE’s Got Talent Show will be held at the mall from April 12 to May 8, opening up a platform to sho
Top designers and legal experts came together to tackle a critical issue for the region’s creative talent, that of intellectual property law, in Dubai, UAE, recently.
The inaugural ‘DDFC Talks,’ entitled ‘I
With economic recovery in the West, many expatriates are staying at or returning to their home countries, forcing GCC employers to think long-term plans to counter the talent crush, according to an expert.
Sabine Vinck, associate