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A Look at What’s Ahead For Talent Management In the Middle East

Note: Hessa Al Ghurair, CHRO and head of corporate social responsibility at Commercial Bank International P.S.C., writes on the state of human resources in the Middle East. In this Q&A, she discusses the talent management issues facing
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4 Workforce-Related Takeaways From Davos

I just adore the annual flood of knowledge that comes out of Davos, Switzerland, compliments of the World Economic Forum. It serves as a very small window into the minds of the world’s richest, and sometimes smartest minds in the world....
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What makes Finance in Tech so unique

From:   By: Pradyumna Nag Via: I just published “What makes Finance in
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Interlude in Davos

From: Buisness-standard By Kanika Datta Recommended by: business-standard There was some degree of inevitability in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plan to visit the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, from January 22.
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These are the most dynamic cities in the world – and they’re not the ones you’d expect

From: Via: These are the most dynamic cities in the world – and they’re not the ones you’d expect
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Future Shock: 3 Trends That Will Make Recruiting More Difficult

The World Economic Forum predicts that recruitment is going to become a lot more challenging in the next five years for just about every job in every industry. The WEF report — the Future of Jobs — attributes this situation to
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Businesses must invest in reskilling employees

Add to My PageTalent, not capital, will be the key factor linking innovation, competitiveness and growth in the 21st century, and better data and metrics are critical for this, says the latest edition of the World Economic Forum's Human Capital
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​The 1% will own most of world's wealth by 2016

From:   By: Aimee Picchi Via: major issue...but orgs like Oxfam hurt their credibility by biased reporting & poor