A survey in the Middle East by a global recruitment consultancy showed that 38% of professionals in the region want work from home policies to be permanently implemented.
A survey in the Middle East by a global recruitment consultancy showed that 38% of professionals in the region want work from home policies to be permanently implemented, citing better productivity, improved flexibility, and financial benefits.
This analytical tool from Minim assesses the preparedness of businesses to manage, support, and empower their remote workforce.
Payoneer’s 2020 Freelancer Income Report: 10% Increase in Global Hourly Rate & More Good Tidings for the Gig Economy
Aside from the increase in hourly rates, several other factors have led to the staggering rate at which the gig economy is burgeoning.
Hays PLC’s annual employment report found that most employers in the GCC region either maintained the numbers in their workforce or even increased their employment rates in 2020.
This campaign, dubbed #ZoomTogether, will help users celebrate the holidays with their families virtually without the constant worry of surpassing the time limit.
Microsoft Teams’ new features aim to make remote work & virtual interactions more engaging, more natural, and more human.
Government workers from Dubai will now enjoy working away from their offices as new remote working protocols have been approved.
The results of the survey show that the adoption of remote work hasn’t been without its hurdles. However, it has brought with it more inclusivity in the workplace, as well as encouraging open discussion on issues that were often ignored like mental health.
TikTok is providing MENA businesses with self-serve ad options that will help them provide more localized experiences to their consumers.
Most Popular Stories
“The Great Resignation” has led to an acute talent shortage the world over. Here’s how your business can still hire competitive talent in the age of chronic unemployment.
Startups look beyond just what you put down in your resume to give you a job. Sometimes, they may even bypass more experienced candidates to go with fresh blood or pick non-college educated applicants over graduates.
An occupational phenomenon with far-reaching consequences, burnout has a huge – seemingly invisible – impact on businesses that not many CEOs are aware of.
In the current turbulent hiring landscape, it is no longer prudent to seek out candidates when a position is made vacant. Instead, hiring managers have to anticipate upcoming gaps and work to ensure that they’re filled as soon as they come up.