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Watch: Improving employees’ mental health while working remotely

I hosted a webinar with three mental health specialists based in the UK – Jo Yarker from Affinity Health at Work[1], Business Psychologist Julie Osborn[2] and Ruth Cooper-Dickson from Champs Consulting[3] – on their tips for managing employee mental health during the pandemic. They cover: Tips for managers in looking after their own mental health

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Four ways to attract international talent in Saudi Arabia

If you’re looking to recruit in Saudi Arabia, you’ll likely be aiming to attract as many job seekers as possible. While candidates living in Saudi will be aware of the benefits of living and working in the country, it’s crucial to emphasise these to international candidates. If you’re working with a great PA recruitment agency

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Tips on hiring a PA and permanent staff in Middle East

Regardless of whether you’re recruiting a PA role in professional services, financial services, the creative sector or oil and gas, there are a couple of standard best-practice guidelines that you should abide by when hiring personal assistants or EAs. As seasoned PA and executive assistant recruiters, we do recognise that hiring a new team member

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How Ramadan affects the Dubai job market

Dubai continues to be a popular option for European professionals looking for a new challenge – as of 2016, expats made up 7.8 million of the 9.2 million residents of the UAE.1 If you’ve recently made the move, or are considering moving to the Middle East in the next few weeks, you’re bound to see

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Attracting talent in the Middle Eastern job market

In modern Middle Eastern workplaces, attracting the right talent is more important than ever. The competition for great candidates continues to heat up, with the flame fanned by Dubai Expo 2020 on the horizon, reformed visa processes for expats and an emphasis on encouraging the Emirati talent pipeline. As a result, companies are now going

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