Qatar-based telecommunications company Ooredoo is striving to become an employer of choice and provide a broad range of opportunities across its footprint, with the expansion of a range of “talent management” initiatives in 2015.
Tabuk Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Co has announced plans to hire as many as 300 females over five years in what could probably be one of the biggest intakes of women in a Saudi private firm. The women, who will be posted in Tabuk’s offices in Tabuk, Riyadh and Dammam, will take the female head count to 20 per cent.
Bahrain management consulting firm SteppingStone Global (SSG) has over the past seven years worked with client business organisations to help optimise performance in management and non-management cadres. Now the company has stepped on what could be its surest stepping stone to further engagement.
Saudi Arabia-based King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) has signed a contract with King Abdulaziz University (KAAU) to train 1,000 male and female students from Rabigh and nearby towns in the kingdom as part of KAEC’s annual Tomouh (Ambition) programme.