Monthly Archives: May 2013


Saudization Myths and Facts 1

Saudization Facts I have personally struggled with this subject, and try my very best to implement it wherever I can. But some companies are still hesitant to hire Saudis, and there excuses are -most of the times- ridiculous, and they are basing on myths that I personally have seen not to be true in […]


As a Recruiter, What Grind My Gears? 4

As a Recruiter, What Grind My Gears? As a recruiter, I continue to be amazed, either from behaviors or appearances (we will leave that to future posts), sometimes I honestly don’t know if they are doing this on purpose or not. Below you will find a list of behaviors that tend to really hit my nerves: […]


What is Normal?

What is Normal? Before I can start talking about this subject, I need to define the word and see the accuracy of the definition: Wikipedia defined the word on 03/03/2010 as: In behavior, normal refers to a lack of significant deviation from the average. The phrase “not normal” is often […]


Training, What Does It Really Do To The Employee And The Company? 3

Training, What Does It Really Do To The Employee And The Company? Well, first thing is first, Wikipedia defines training as “Training is the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies.”, now […]


SHRM Vs. CIPD 36

Lets first define them, according to Wikipedia they are as follows. CIPD: The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is a professional association for human resource management professionals. It is headquartered in Wimbledon, London, England. The organisation has over 135,000 members across 120 countries, and achieved chartered status in […]