Saudization


Oil Generation 1   Recently updated !

This was the generation that entered the workforce during the oil era of Saudi Arabia (1938 to 1960). That time was also different; having grown up when King Abdulaziz was just finishing uniting the now known as Saudi Arabia. Additionally, entering the workforce when most workers were needed as operational workers to work in the oil field, or the building of the Tapline or the construction of the railroad or joining the newly established (Military Industries Corporation), and (Saudia, previously known as Saudi Airlines).


Pre-Oil Generation 1   Recently updated !

This was the generation that entered the workforce before the oil was found (1938). It is, of course, important to remember that the period was before the industrial revolution in Saudi Arabia went into huge effect.  King Abdulaziz was uniting the now known as Saudi Arabia.


Should HR be Outsourced? 2

There are situations where outsourcing can be considered as an option, but generally, it is not suggested and this is why: The Human Resources function is an important department that supports the organization in meeting its goals and objectives in many ways: The Human Resources department sets the policies and […]


Talent Planning in Operation

Talent Planning in Operation is one of the most critical areas in the Human Resources. In an organization a diverse workforce is a recipe for success, as they bring different experiences to the table from different parts of the world. Different cultures function in different ways and by embracing the […]


Sectors in Saudi Arabia 3

I seem to be feeling the hostility even while I am writing this, my aim is not to annoy anyone, I aim to clarify the differences, and mention the reasons of choice… also when I am talking about sectors, I mean in the job market sectors Saudi Arabia is the number one […]


Saudization Myths and Facts 2

لقراءة ترجمة للمقال التالي يرجى  الضغط هنا 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 […]