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Retaining Employees: How Much Does Money Matter?

Money only improves well-being to a certain point Still, many workers would consider leaving for higher pay Leaders can take steps to combat the salary problem Many...

2016 Salary Increase Forecast: Less Jobs, Limited Allowances

2016 Set to be a Year of Fiscal Prudence with Remuneration, Benefits and Compensation across the Gulf Global human resources consultancy Mercer Middle East releases...

Students in UAE have the highest salary expectations in the world

The compensation anticipated by the young and uprising “talent” varies significantly around the globe, while its cost may weigh on the minds of those...

Salary the Most Important Factor While Considering a New Job

Naukrigulf has recently conducted a survey with job seekers to find about factors influencing their decision to choose a job and top aspirational sectors...

Bonus for health professionals in medical fitness centres in Dubai

Dubai Health Authority (DHA) announced today payment of one month salary bonus for health professionals in medical fitness centres in Dubai in recognition of...

How to double your income

Everyone wishes to earn more. If you work for your yourself as a freelancer or a a business owner that may be easier...

Salary hike for teachers ordered in UAE

Acting upon instructions by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to provide decent living, and more economic and financial stability and...

Salary Increase: MoF implementing decisions of UAE President

Ministry of Finance is working on implementing decision issued by UAE President on occasion of UAE’s 40th National Day regarding salary increase

Hunger, drive and ambition most important when hiring, employers

An employer poll conducted by region's number one job site, has revealed that 28.8% of employers in the Middle East look for 'hunger, drive and ambition' as the most important factors when making a hiring decision.

Salary hike: 7% for Emiratis, 5% for expats

UAE Nationals will receive seven per cent, while expatriate employees will receive five per cent salary increase, based on their excellent performance under...

HH Sheikh Mohammed orders payment of annual increment for Govt’s employees

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in his capacity as Ruler of Dubai,...