New York, NY, January 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The popular online human resources portal World HR Net is now showcasing Mr Diaa Mohamed in its “Featured Expert” section (check http://worldhrnet.com/E_DiaaMohamed.php). This section is dedicated to promoting accomplished professionals who come with a wealth of experiences and learning in the HR domain.
Having worked in top HR positions with global brands like BP and Motorola and presently the technology giant Hewlett Packard, Mr Diaa Mohamed brings with him a strong HR experience. He has received the HR Leadership Award by the Asia Pacific HRM Congress and Global HR Award by Rapport Bangladesh Limited. He has been a key speaker in many international HR and business conferences throughout the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
In his interview with World HR Net, he immaculately shares his HR vision, the nuances of HRM in the Middle East & African (MEA) region (a region he has been closely working with), HR policies, leadership and much more. A link to the Mr Mohamed’s Featured Expert page is given on the World HR Net home page too (www.worldhrnet.com).
The "Featured Expert" section is presented in the form of an engaging question and answer session where the HR expert shares his/her thoughts and viewpoints on various aspects of people management and some interesting insights on global trends. Some of the previously featured experts are Ms Laurie Bassi (owner of McBassi & Company and author of Good Company), Ms Moonmoon Varma (VP, HR - APAC, Credit Suisse) and Mark Fogel (CHRO, the Marcum Group).
About World HR Net:
World HR Net is the effective platform for communication in the domain of human resource management across the globe. It provides for an engaging network of HR professionals, head hunters, consultancies, organizations and assertively any professional who seeks to climb high on his or her career. Whether the lookout is for the right talent or for the right profile, it is here to offer solutions to both. World HR Net is, in essentiality, of the people and for the people.