Dubai, United Arab Emirates, February 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- It is well known that Nationalization and Emiratization has been heavily pushed in the public sector. This has caused deep problems in the private sector. It has been extremely difficult for Human Resource professionals in the private sector to compete with the public sector. With better salaries and working hours/holidays there was been a significant talent drain to the public sector.
As the private sphere drives the economy, the state has made moves to address this issue, such as reducing the difference in working hours/ annual leave between the public & private sectors.
However, HR professionals understand that they need to make their companies a more attractive place to work for their talented employees. Buzzwords such as employee engagement, leadership development, talent management are well used. But the planning and execution of these strategies is where many are failing.
It is for this reason that so many senior level HR executives are planning to meet at the HR Excellence Summit, Dubai. The keynote speakers at this event will be delivering expert knowledge of their implemented strategies; of what went wrong, what worked and why. If you are experiencing the same challenges, and are looking for real advice on how to address these issues, then we would recommend attending in May.
For more information on how to do so follow this link: http://hrdubaisummit.com/