Mercer, a global consulting leader in talent, health, retirement and investments, has launched its flexible benefits offering, customised for the Middle East.
MyChoice by Mercer will enable employers to effectively manage b
Four out of five employees plan to stay with their organisations over the next year – a significant 45-point swing from 2011, when nearly two in three employees surveyed were planning on leaving their firms, a report said.
The Gulf region continued to create jobs despite the impact of Arab Spring in 2011 with the regional powerhouse Saudi Arabia topping the list followed by Qatar and Oman, according to a new survey.
The oil and gas industry, healthcare
Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, part of the Millennium & Copthorne hotel group, has won the top award in the large four-star hotel employer category at the first ever Catererglobal.com Best Employers in Hospitality Awards UAE.
An international report of MBA salaries has revealed that multinational employers of MBAs in Saudi Arabia pay $48,000 per annum on average.
Local MBA employers were reported to pay $36,000 per annum, around 33 percent less than multi
Saudi Business Machines (SBM), the general marketing sales representative of IBM in Saudi Arabia, recently hosted roadshows in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam to showcase IBM’s latest storage solutions and their functions.
The company’s latest i
Motor City, the sole distributor of Isuzu commercial vehicles in Bahrain, recently delivered a fleet of eight units of Isuzu D-MAX pickups to Bahrain’s leading leasing company, Avis Rent-a-Car.
Present at the handover ceremony were Ruzbeh
The United Arab Emirates is the most attractive job market in the Middle East, followed by Qatar and Saudi Arabia, according to a Bayt.com report.
The Middle East job index by Bayt.com stated that 28 percent of recruiters are definitely h
The Kuwait government has acknowledged that abuses by some employers were responsible for a strike by Asian workers and vowed to stamp out such violations, the official news agency Kuna reported.
"The most notable violations were delayed p