In the fast-paced world of today, businesses are constantly seeking innovative ways to motivate and retain their employees. While traditional incentives such as bonuses and salary hikes remain effective, companies are discovering the untapped potential of using annual...
In today’s competitive business world, company culture is crucial. It has a direct impact on the success and sustainability of an organisation. A strong and positive company culture leads to engaged employees, attracts top talent, and drives innovation. We explore why company culture is important and provide tips on how to develop it within your organisation.
As a team with a majority of working mums, we know the challenges of trying to balance a meaningful career, contributing our equal share to the family finances whilst juggling the everyday tasks of raising children, managing family logistics and attempting to make some lifelong memories along the way, all without any extended family close by.
With COP 26 rapidly approaching and the eyes of the world looking to global leaders coming together to create a plan to battle Climate Change, many of us are thinking about how we can be more sustainable in our own lives. Viewing the Workforce as a resource to be...
What an uplifting conversation with Dina Butti, Najat Abdelhadi and Louise Vine! If you missed the chat on working and parenting, and how the world of recruitment has changed since the pandemic, check it out here:
Everybody could do with some kindness at the moment and whilst the world has been stumbling to catch up through a global pandemic, we have been overwhelmed to see acts of kindness within our own circles.
Over the coming weeks and months there will be a global need for people and businesses to adapt that way they work, socialise and educate. What kind of businesses will fair the best?
As 2019 draws to a close we look back on the successful placements we have made this year and the diverse make up of candidates we secure jobs for. Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen and looking forward to changing even more lives in 2020. [video...
Remote working is on the rise. Often candidates are seeking it and with technology allowing us to connect globally, more employers are offering it. Whilst the thought of being able to work anywhere and anytime is very attractive, in reality, we are seeing that a rise in the requirement for employees being available at anytime and anyplace leads to employee ‘burnout’.
We recently surveyed a sample of our 97,000 LinkedIn followers on their working hours
Some people thrive on it, many people hate it – but remote working has become more and more common across all types of organisations. Today’s technology makes it very easy for employees to work remotely but still remain connected via a variety of means.
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This year’s International Women’s day has the theme of gender balance #balanceforbetter. We are fortunate in the UAE that many organisations enjoy a good gender balance and the gender pay gap is seldom seen – in fact 44% of placements we made in 2018 were women and we’ve even started seeing companies requesting female only CVs on senior roles to address their gender balance at a senior/board level