New recruit: Carlson Rezidor's Basel Talal

New recruit: Carlson Rezidor's Basel Talal
Our goal is to meet the government's set targets and we are keen to recruit talented Saudi graduates. We are in contact with the Human Resources Development Fund and the Ministry of Labour. Our expansion across KSA means there is a significant demand …
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"The World Stands Disgraced" For Its Inability To Stop The Regional Conflict
The situation is dire beyond description and the world appears totally incapable of putting pressure on both sides to give peace a chance in the name of humanity and compassion. What is going on in Israel and Palestine …. The question the whole world …

New taxi company to employ Saudi drivers
A state-of-the-art cab service is to be commissioned in Riyadh beginning next year under a new joint company comprising ministries of transport, labor, interior and Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) which was formed in the capital on Tuesday …
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County hires firm to help recruit new administrator

County hires firm to help recruit new administrator
Commissioner Faye Stewart said he thought the board should look at the examples of Deschutes and Clackamas counties, two jurisdictions that have recently hired new administrators, at annual salaries of $ 147,078 and $ 157,794, respectively. Following the …
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TriMet secret pay raises: After controversy, non-union workers will have to
On Wednesday, Randy Stedman, the agency's executive director of human resources and labor relations, presented a report outlining how an improving economy and "below market" pay, among other things, has accelerated turnover. The presentation …

BlackBerry's casualties find hope in a healthy tech sector
After BlackBerry Ltd. broke the news of its latest wave of job cuts last month, FreshBooks CEO Mike McDerment dispatched some representatives to a Waterloo pub known to be frequented by BlackBerry workers. His message for the soon-to-be …
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