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Creative recruitment strategies for financial providers

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

The reason that there are plenty enough articles on alternative or creative recruitment strategies is merely based on the fact, that previous methods are not producing their desired results, eventually causing HR officers to rethink their entire hiring process. Today, creative recruiting is the name of the game as one has to take another approach if one wants to survive stacks of CV’s crawling up your desk. What is creative recruiting? As the name says, it’s simply another way of ...

ISIS recruits have poor grasp of faith

Monday, 15 August 2016

Group preys on ignorance and allows extremists to impose an interpretation of religion to suit its goal of territorial expansion, carnage

ISIS recruits in SE Asia is a rising threat despite weak attacks

Thursday, 14 July 2016

ISIS uses slick propaganda through online savvy recruitment techniques of young followers

Europe moves to thwart recruitment of foreign militants

Thursday, 22 October 2015

‘Rarely has such a treaty received such unanimous support from the beginning,’ says Council of Europe chief Jagland

Recruitment ban on shops failing to employ Saudi women: ministry

Sunday, 1 February 2015

Assistant Undersecretary of the ministry Dr. Fahd Al-Tekhaifi told Okaz/Saudi Gazette that many shops have been found employing illegal expatriate women

France sentences recruiter of Syria jihadists to 3 years

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

The only trace of Algerian Said Arif since his flight was a photo of the car he stole in 2012 to flee

Runaway housekeepers: Saudi sponsors push for reform

Saturday, 3 January 2015

The cost for recruitment of a housemaid ranges from $5,327 to $6,659

How two French girls were lured to 'jihad' online

Friday, 10 October 2014

One of the girls, Nora, said she had gone because she thought it was her duty to help Muslims suffering

Salary row derails Saudi-Indonesian talks

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

A source in the Saudi Council of Chambers (SCC) said a meeting held on Monday between members of the Saudi national recruitment committee and a delegation from the Indonesian industrial union has failed due to differences over wages. The source noted the Indonesian side had demanded salaries of at least SR1,900 a month for its workers and the Saudi side rejected the stipulation. The source said: “The Indonesian side has asked for a SR1,500 monthly salary in addition to SR400 for working on ...

Qatar Airways under fire over ‘short skirt’ drive

Thursday, 6 February 2014

Employment expert says airline’s dress code for women in job ads is ‘ethically and morally wrong’

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