Three workers gunned down on China ‘Silk Road’ project in Pakistan

Friday, 19 May 2017

Suspected militants on Friday gunned down three Pakistani workers building a Chinese-funded ......

Dubai oldies throw Valentine's Day party for community workers

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

It was a surprise party with a difference as a voluntary group of senior citizens in Dubai threw ......

Saudis are not racists and must speak out against it

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi is a former Saudi diplomat who specializes in Southeast Asian affairs. He can be reached at algham@hotmail.com or via Twitter @DrAliAlghamdi


Working themselves to death: Japanese government steps in

Thursday, 19 January 2017

The issue of overwork that has gripped Japanese society is so grave that one-fifth of its workforce ......

Amazon to create 100,000 full-time jobs in US

Thursday, 12 January 2017

Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday it would create more than 100,000 full-time jobs in the United ......

Watch: Saudi man beats up petrol station worker

Saturday, 17 December 2016

A video of a young man beating a worker at a petrol station in Saudi Arabia went viral on social ......

Working moms: When the juggle becomes a struggle

Sunday, 06 November 2016

Most nights before I sleep I write a to-do list. It may only consist of a short shopping list or ......

Merkel: Get refugees into workforce faster

Thursday, 15 September 2016

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany needed “viable solutions” ......

UN urges Kuwait to abolish migrant labor system

Thursday, 08 September 2016

A UN rights expert on Thursday urged Kuwait to abolish its ‘kafala’ system for foreign ......

UAE declares low-income workers must be given free housing

Monday, 18 July 2016

Low-income workers in the UAE must be provided with free housing if their company hires more than 50 ......

Nearly 60 percent of Qatar’s population live in ‘labor camps’

Monday, 06 June 2016

Almost 60 percent of Qatar’s 2.4 million population live in what the government calls ......

‘Green Card’ for expatriates in Saudi Arabia is a strategic plan

Monday, 11 April 2016

Khaled Almaeena is a veteran Saudi journalist, commentator, businessman and the editor-at-large of the Saudi Gazette. Almaeena has held a broad range of positions in Saudi media for over thirty years, including CEO of a PR firm, Saudi Television news anchor, talk show host, radio announcer, lecturer and journalist. As a journalist, Almaeena has represented Saudi media at Arab summits in Baghdad, Morocco and elsewhere. In 1990, he was one of four journalists to cover the historic resumption of diplomatic ties between Saudi Arabia and Russia. He also traveled to China as part of this diplomatic mission. Almaeena's political and social columns appear regularly in Gulf News, Asharq al-Aswat, al-Eqtisadiah, Arab News, Times of Oman, Asian Age and The China Post. He can be reached at kalmaeena@saudigazette.com.sa and followed on Twitter: @KhaledAlmaeena


Struggle to juggle: There’s no super woman, there are real women

Sunday, 13 March 2016

Can a woman be a good wife, mother, employee and also good with herself? Women have attempted to ......

Getting inside the heads of millennials

Monday, 18 January 2016

Punit Renjen is chief executive officer of Deloitte Global. Previously, he served as chairman of the board, Deloitte LLP (U.S.), and prior to that, chairman and CEO of Deloitte Consulting LLP. Outside of Deloitte, Punit is a member of the boards of directors at United Way Worldwide, U.S.-India Business Council, and Japan Society; and a member of the board of trustees for the U.S. Council for International Business. He speaks regularly on research regarding the attributes of exceptional organizations, particularly the importance of a well-articulated and lived workplace culture of purpose.


A disciplined society is a prosperous society

Saturday, 16 January 2016

Khalaf Ahmad al-Habtoor is a prominent UAE businessman and public figure. He is Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group - one of the most successful conglomerates in the Gulf. Al Habtoor is renowned for his knowledge and views on international political affairs; his philanthropic activity; his efforts to promote peace; and he has long acted as an unofficial ambassador for his country abroad. Writing extensively on both local and international politics, he publishes regular articles in the media and has released a number of books. Al-Habtoor began his career as an employee of a local UAE construction firm and in 1970 established his own company, Al Habtoor Engineering. The UAE Federation, which united the seven emirates under the one flag for the first time, was founded in 1971 and this inspired him to undertake a series of innovative construction projects – all of which proved highly successful.