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Human Resource Management in the United Arab Emirates
(Edward Elgar, 2016)
This chapter reviews the current state of the research literature on HRM in the UAE, in part because more work has been published on "HRM in the UAE" than on any other country in the GCC country or even the Middle East ...
Forecasting Energy Demand: The Case of United Arab Emirates
(American University of Sharjah, 2018)
The purpose of this study is to forecast energy use in United Arab Emirates (UAE) using annual data over the period 1976-2009. The methodology used in this study follows the artificial neural networks analyses. We use four ...
The Influences on Female Participation and Progress in the Labor Force: Implications for Human Resource Management in the United Arab Emirates
(American University of Sharjah, 2013)
This paper reports on the first qualitative research study of women’s life histories in an investigation of their participation and progress in the labor force of the United Arab Emirates. Data were collected through ...
Workforce localization in the UAE : recruitment and selection challenges and practices in private and public organizations
(Tennessee State University College of Business, 2018)
Workforce localization (WL) has become an issue of increasing importance in the Arab Gulf region, a key emerging market, where, in many cases, local citizens are the minority in terms of population, and compete with high ...
Workforce Localization in the Arab Gulf Countries: How Do Organizations Socialize the Members of a Powerful Minority?
This paper addresses a key social–cultural aspect of sustainability in the Gulf region: Workforce localization (WL). Our research objective is to empirically explore organizational socialization (OS) practices in the context ...
The current state of female leadership in the United Arab Emirates
Purpose: To research the state of affairs in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the presence (or absence) of women in senior business leadership positions, and to investigate where they are located within organizations ...