In the past decade, increased technological penetration has caused the
lifestyles and priorities of professionals to evolve both globally and in the
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and, in turn, has morphed the
professional landscape as well. In current times, instant connectivity,
gratification and action is not only possible, but expected.
companies are always on the lookout for the best new practices for attracting
and retaining top talent, it is only natural that, when new regional
preferences become apparent, reassessment and adaptation are taking place.
and unmotivated employees are less likely to be loyal to their workplace and
seek alternative employment.
Seeing as loyalty and retention comes at a price,
this is one of the most elementary reasons for continually assuring that you,
as an employer, are doing your best to provide for your employees.So, what should companies be
wary of as they investigate their success at keeping existing employees
satisfied and potential employees interested?
on conducted pool analyses in 2017 within MENA region priority in selecting job
opportunities is 1 -salary and
compensation, 2 - “large or multinational” company rather than a “small or
medium-sized”, 3 - fulltime work instead of part-time or freelance, 4 –
“flexible work hours and remote work instead of fixed working hours”.
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