Heightened IT security risks caused by a culture of employee complacency are widespread in the UAE, a report said, adding that people expect the company’s security settings to take care of daily threats.
An increasing number
Meetings are an effective use of time and a great way to make key decisions, according to the majority of employees in the region, a report said.
About 80 per cent agree the meetings often have agendas distributed in advance and t
Britain published new rules for private pensions on Monday which give retirees greater freedom to spend their savings as they like, fleshing out reforms announced earlier this year that shook the share value of British insurers.
Majority of the employees (about 92 per cent) in the Mena region consider top ethics and integrity to be very important in a company, said a survey by leading jobsite Bayt.com.
About 55 per cent of the employee
Bahrainis make up 16 per cent of workforce in the hospitality sector, a report quoting offical data said.
According to 2013 statistics, hotels employ 11,654 people, of whom 1,892 are Bahrainis, said a report in
About 75 per cent of employees in Bahrain are not saving enough to support themselves and their families in later years, according to a survey.
The lack of ‘savings culture’ will have major repercussions for future as
Nearly 33 per cent of Saudi nationals are likely to leave their employer in the next three years, a report said, highlighting key criteria in attracting and retaining employees.
A survey conducted by global HR consulting firm Merc
Bayt.com, the region’s number one job site, has launched its Employer of Choice Awards that will recognise companies for their corporate wellness values as related to employee engagement and employer branding activities.
Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain, a leading provider of Islamic commercial and investment banking services, recently honoured three more employees in its "Fursan Baytik" employees’ recognition awards for their outstanding con
Two employees of the Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) have been jailed for three years each for embezzlement.
They were convicted of financial fraud, abusing their positions, embezzling BOC funds, forging offers and attributing the