Unlocking the Paradox of Plenty

Unlocking the Paradox of Plenty
David Jones and Radhika Punshi
AED 125.00

While the Gulf states are full of opportunities, growth and promises for both national and expatriate workers who steer its economies forward, it also has some of the highest levels of youth unemployment, a lack of representation of females at work and low levels of employee engagement.

Unlocking the Paradox of Plenty: A Review of The Talent Landscape in the Arab World and Your Role in Shaping the Future takes a close look at this paradox. The book draws upon the authors' local workplace research, as well as secondary date gathered from within the region. It is of particular interest to HR professionals, organisational leaders and policymakers, as it reviews current people practices and talent imperatives in the GCC.

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978 1 86063 366 9
About the Author

David B. Jones and Radhika Punshi co-founded the Talent Enterprise, the region's premier human capital, think–and–do tank. Experts in HR, consulting and organisational psychology, they are well regarded as thought leaders and pioneers in supporting diversity and inclusion at work. Following the success of this book, they co-authored another bestselling book Game Changers: How Women in the Arab World Are Changing the Rules and Shaping the Futur with Sophie Le Ray.

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Author NameDavid Jones and Radhika Punshi
ISBN978 1 86063 366 9
Extent168 pages
Height210 mm
Width150 mm
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