Albaik showcases job prospects at expo
Jeddah, April 13, 2011
Albaik, a popular chicken and seafood quick service restaurant chain in Saudi Arabia, showcased its work environment, job opportunities and goals to enhance job nationalization at a recently concluded labour market expo in Jeddah.
Prince Mishaal bin Majid bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Jeddah, who opened the Saudi Labor Market Exhibition, said: “This is your home your country; there’s no shame but shame –the youth are the potential and pride; on the hands of the future generation our country will continue to prosper.”
“The Saudi Labor Market Exhibition is a key platform for organizations to meet directly with potential youth entering into the job market,” said Rami Abu Ghazaleh, CEO of Albaik Food Systems.
“This is the third year in a row that we’ve been a part of this function and have witnessed great response from potential candidates and talking to them about opportunities at hand within Albaik and future career developments. We see our role as an integral component within the society and want to work hand in hand to further develop the field of food technology and restaurant services.”
“It is imperative that job opportunities are defined clearly showcasing the ambitious and structured career path development program allowing candidates a clear vision of what lays ahead starting from operational work within the restaurants all the way to the management positions within the overall organization,” Ghazaleh added.
“This is clearly apparent today at Albaik with our team members that have grown and developed within a supervisory and administrative leadership positions within Albaik.”
Albaik has been active within the Saudization programs currently underway in Saudi Arabia with the latest participation during the First Makkah Employment Forum that took place in Makkah Al Mukarramah and the Al Qunfuthah Employment Fair; where a number of potential candidates met with the team.
“We are pleased that our level of Saudization in all aspects of our organization has reached 22 per cent. Training and coaching is one of our pillars of success in supporting out talents in growth within the organization and since 2007 to date we’ve signed seven agreements with the Human Resource Development Fund to further promote and support the provision of employment opportunities at Albaik,” Ghazaleh concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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