Oasis unplugged

Rana, Eila
April 2009
People Management;4/9/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p18
The article discusses the role of human resources (HR) in building sustainable work practices in the Middle East. It states that while others fear the economic slowdown in the Middle East, HR directors and human capital believe that the slowdown will present companies with the breathing space to implement effective HR practices that will help the region keep its dream alive. Crispin Marriott, managing director of Towers Perrin Middle East, says the opportunity now is to step back and review some of the approaches to talent management and compensation.


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