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SAS’ Recognition is based on its adoption of workplace ethos focusing on employee engagement and empowerment
As part of ongoing precautionary measures against coronavirus, free face masks will be distributed during sessions
60% of employees now working outside of office: EGX Chairperson
‘World heading to adopt anti-sexual harassment policies; this must stop,’ says Lawyer
“I hope to find committee within journalists’ syndicate competent in gender issues, listens to females’ complaints, seeks to solve them,” says Sakr
Hashtags against sexual harassment at workplace went viral on social media during past weeks after recent cases reported by females with their colleagues
According to a report released by Egypt’s Central Administration for Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) in April 2016, women account for approximately 22.5-23.5% of the local labour market compared to 46% in the UK, 47% in Russia, and 50% in South Korea, as examples. Even though the portion of women in the active workforce has slightly …
Company executes oil projects with investments of $415m
How could the Egyptian educational system be linked to the labor market?
Workforce size registers 29.183m in April-June 2017, up by 33,000 from Q1 2017
Although bureaucracy in management science is evidence of good governmental organisation and usually refers to an administratively disciplined departmental framework, it’s popularly known as the complexity of governmental procedures people in a society have to pass through in order to fulfil their daily needs of documentation, application, and registration throughout their official interactions. This includes …
Despite the recent rainfall, residents still suffer from a lack of fresh water needed for drinking and agriculture, says a local Bedouin
Expatriate Egyptians acquiring visas through VFS Tasheel say the company is overcharging for visas, frequently asking for as much as EGP 25 just to obtain a number to stand in queues for services.
A complaint was filed against Al-Adawi by a board member in the Doctors’ Syndicate for “incitement against doctors”
Muti-national, regional and Egyptian companies will be able to reach over a million Egyptian professionals, Connect Ads says
Women face greater barriers of entry and higher levels of discrimination following shift to non-trade sectors, World Bank report says
The job creation initiative will be implemented through “Cash for Work” programmes in cooperation with the Social Fund for Development
Join the Twitter discussion on Saturday looking at the obstacles that face female breadwinners in Egypt
The Israeli decision comes amid recently renewed direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians after a three-year stalemate.
The edutainment concept of KidZania teaches children about the real world by learning about jobs, money and social responsibility
According to the report, issued ahead of the World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June, the number of working children between the ages of five and 17 is 1.59m, or 9.3% of all children.
Working at a newspaper is tough stuff. I’ve likened it somewhat to the songs on Nirvana’s Nevermind album. The day starts off quietly and melodiously as I saunter into the office, everything strumming along nicely at first, lulling you into a false sense of security: “Today should be an easy day,” I think to myself. …
Seven-year old girl who narrowly survived quadruple homicide in the French Alps reportedly told investigators she saw only one gunman
Strikes continue in South Africa, following the death of 44 miners