Many companies in the region are engaging women in senior leadership positions as a key priority, particularly following the revelation that, on a global level, companies are failing their senior-level women, a report said.
Dubai Land Department's (DLD) said the property brokers registered in its regulatory unit, Real Estate Regulatory Agency (Rera), had earned commissions worth Dh1.5 billion ($408.2 million) last year, according to a report.
The unique film festival which gives audiences a powerful view of the world as seen through the eyes of women will present a fascinating collection of short works from around the world when it returns to cinema screens in Dubai.
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), a leading aluminium smelter in the world, today (December 29) marked the Bahraini Women’s Day by honouring its women employees with a celebration at the Oasis Hall, Alba.
The event was chaired by Al
While the government excels in promoting women through Qatarisation programmes, most business organisations need improvement in this critical area, a new report said.
Government and semi-government organisations were significantly
AccorHotels, one of the world’s leading hotel operators, held its first ever ‘Women Empowerment and Integration Forum’ at the Sofitel Jeddah.
The event is also the first to be organized by a private sector entity
Three young female engineers have been recognised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for their innovative work in the field of engineering.
The recepients of the 'Young Woman Engineer of the Year' award
Gulf Air, in partnership with the National Labour Union of Gulf Air (NLUGF) today celebrated Bahraini Women’s Day with a special event at the airline’s Muharraq headquarters.
The event occurred alongside a dedicated we
The Bahrain International Federation for Business & Professional Women (BIFBPW), in partnership with FinMark Communications, will host a high-level panel of executives from legal sector to highlight the role of women in the industry.
Emirati women now make up about 10 percent of the people working at the UAE's nuclear energy plant Barakah and 20 percent of the employees at the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec), it has been revealed.