Career Development Program
We love changing people’s lives and to help our candidates take control and develop their careers, we have partnered with Dubai-based Learn and Development experts, Bessern.
Take advantage of live sessions, relevant articles on career advancement, and short training modules to help you build your skills ready for your new challenge.
Take advantage of a free review of your CV. We feel confident to refer our candidates to the CV Centre in the UK who check a CV against dozens of key basic points.
The CV Centre possesses over two decades of experience in ensuring its clients maximise their chances in reaching interview stage. Their team of native English speaking experts have successfully helped many candidates of Inspire Selection in the past. We are therefore confident they would add value to any CV, checking English spelling, grammar and punctuation, as well as advising on structure and content.
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...
Imposter Syndrome. That nagging feeling deep down inside that makes you doubt your own abilities, despite evidence that proves otherwise. The good news, however, is that you can overcome it and boost your confidence along the way. Here are a few strategies to help you on your journey:
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.
We were lucky enough to hear the team at Mercer present their 2023 Global Talent trends report at a recent career networking event. One fact that stuck out is that 50% of workers will need reskilling by 2025, but does this mean that our jobs are at risk?