These are the top 30 Best Places to Work in Middle East for 2023

DUBAI, UAE – Media OutReach Newswire – 26 December 2023 – The Best Places to Work organization announced today the top 30 Best Places to Work in Middle East for 2023. Topping this year’s ranking was BSH, the leading manufacturer of home appliances followed by AstraZeneca and McDonald’s.

The certification recognizes employer excellence by evaluating the quality of the people practices and the employee experience around 8 topics including effective leadership, people strategy, relationships, employee engagement and CSR. To be considered, companies must be identified as outstanding employers at least in one of the countries across the region.

The program compiled its annual list of the top 30 most performing organizations across the Middle East based on the assessment of 500+ organizations across the region. Findings from this year program show how well companies have succeeded in focusing on building a strong corporate culture that creates a sense of belonging and purpose among their employees. In addition, the research shows that 86% would recommend their workplace to friends and family and more than 80% said they want to work for their employer long-term.

For the past couple of years, the Best Places to Work program has recognized leading employers across the world, backed by several years of workplace culture assessment and a global database of over 25 million employees.

The list of the top 30 Best Places to Work in Middle East for 2023:

  1. BSH
  2. AstraZeneca
  3. McDonald’s
  4. Roshn
  5. AM Bank
  6. Money Gram
  7. Schneider Electric
  8. Novo Nordisk
  9. Pfizer
  10. Mashreq Bank
  11. International Maritime Industries
  12. Globalpharma
  13. Sawani Company
  14. International Medical Center
  15. Kinan
  16. Al Ramz
  17. Bank Al Etihad
  18. YK Almoayyed & Sons
  19. Bidaya Home Finance
  20. Utec
  21. Saudi Air Navigation Services
  22. Beko
  23. Hawyia
  24. National Housing Company
  25. Saudi Xerox
  26. Safwacc
  27. National Biscuits Confectionery
  28. Estarta
  29. Estithmar Holding
  30. Invita Company W.L.L

 

In a statement from Hamza Idrissi, Program Manager for the Middle east, he said “Despite the challenges facing businesses in 2023, these employers stood out for their commitment to employee well-being, flexible work, and equity for all employees”

Best Places to Work is an international certification program, considered as the ‘Platinum Standard’ in identifying and recognizing top workplaces around the world, providing employers the opportunity to learn more about the engagement and the satisfaction of their employees and honour those who deliver an outstanding work experience with the highest standards in regards to working conditions.

Every year across the Middle East, the program partners with over 500 organizations, in different industries, to help them measure, benchmark, improve their HR practices and use data-driven insights to add value, enhance agility, and increase organizational effectiveness.

For more information, visit www.bestplacestoworkfor.org. Join our community on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

Hamza Idrissi | hamza@bestplacestoworkfor.org | + +44 208 895 6562

‫SCG International تفتتح فرعًا جديدًا في المملكة العربية السعودية بهدف توسيع أمد دورها كرابط عالمي مع حلول سلاسل الإمداد المتجددة متطلعةً إلى الفرص الجديدة التي توفرها المشروعات العملاقة في قطاع التشييد

الرياض، المملكة العربية السعودية  – Media OutReach Newswire – 26 ديسمبر 2023 –

تسعى شركة SCG International جاهدةً لتوسيع مجال أعمالها في سوق المملكة العربية السعودية أحد الأسواق الاقتصادية العملاقة. لأن استراتيجيتها تركز على الحلول الشاملة لسلاسل الإمداد ومرونة التعامل مع سلاسل الإمداد العالمية المضطربة.

سوف تفتتح شركة SCG International أول فروعها في الرياض لتوسيع مجال الفرص المتاحة لها في المملكة العربية السعودية التي شهدت نموًا اقتصاديًا فعالًا. يبرز هذا التحوُّل مكانة الشركة كمزود لحلول شركات سلاسل الإمداد العالمية المستعدة للعمل “كرابط دولي” بين حلفائها في جميع أنحاء العالم. يبرز تواجد العلامة التجارية للشركة من خلال استعراض حلول سلاسل الإمداد والإنشاءات والابتكارات في معرض Thailand Mega Fair 2023  في الرياض. وخلال الفاعلية استضافت شركة SCG International مجموعات نقاشية حول موضوع “إماطة اللثام عن فرص النمو المحتملة للملكة العربية السعودية – مرونة سلاسل الإمداد الفاعلة. والتي حظينا فينها نحن وآخرون بشرف مشاركة السيد فهد الهاشم المدير العام للقطاع العقاري والبناء والتشييد في وزارة الاستثمار في المملكة العربية السعودية (MISA). ضمت الحلقة النقاشية التي افتتحها معالي السيد دارم بونثام سفير تايلاند لدى المملكة العربية السعودية الذي أبرز بوضوح أهمية دور سلاسل الإمداد المرنة في تعزيز الترابط العالمي لضمان نمو أعمال مستدام.

وقد صرح السيد أبيجيت داتا رئيس قسم المشروعات الدولية والمدير الإداري لشركة SCG International قائلًا: أن المملكة العربية السعودية قوة إقليمية لديها أكبر اقتصاد في الشرق الأوسط. ولإن مشروع “رؤية السعودية 2030” ينادي بإعادة هيكلة الاقتصاد للحد من الاعتماد على صادرات النفط مع تعزيز الاستثمار في قطاعي التصنيع والإنشاءات الضخمة. فاقتصاد المملكة العربية السعودية الذي تبلغ قيمته 118 مليار دولار منصف السابع عشر عالميًا في الوقت الحالي

ونحن نسعى لتوسيع نطاق نشاطنا في الخارج ليشمل منطقة SAMEA (جنوب آسيا والشرق الأوسط وأفريقيا). يعد تأسيس فرعنا الجديد في الرياض خطوة محورية للاستفادة من فرص الاستثمار المتنامية وخدمة العملاء المشاركين في مشروعات “رؤية السعودية 2030” التحولية وعنصرًا أساسيًا في مبادرتنا لرعاية شراكات الأعمال وتأسيس سلسلة إمداد محلية فعالة.

ثم أردف قائلًا أيضًا: أن شركة SCG International تجهِّز نفسها لدخول السوق الديناميكية لقطاع التشييد في المملكة العربية السعودية. فالشركة تهدف من خلال الارتقاء بخبرة شركة SCG في قطاع التشييد والاستعانة بأفضل الممارسات وأفضل مواد البناء في فئاتها لتلبية الاحتياجات المتزايدة في المنطقة، مع التركيز على الحلول الشاملة لسلاسل الإمداد وإتاحة نظام مرن مصمم للحلول الدولية التي لا يمكن التنبؤ بها. فالشبكة العالمية لشركاء سلاسل الإمداد الذين يحظون بثقتنا لا تُسهل مبيعات المنتجات والحلول وحسب وإنما تعزز الثقة والمصداقية في تنامي نشاط أعمالها على المدى البعيد.

وقد تأسست شركة SCG الأم بموجب القرار الملكي لجلالة الملك راما السادس. للارتقاء بهذا التراث الثري بالإضافة إلى خبرة شركة SCG International الشاملة على مدار 45 عام في مجال إدارة سلاسل الإمداد كما أن لديها شبكة شركاء دوليين تمتد في أكثر من 45 دولة، لهذا فنحن على يقين بأننا سنكون الشريك الذي تثق به في شبكة الإمداد العالمية.

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Sana’a: Grain Foundation and College of Agriculture discuss joint cooperation


A meeting held in Sana’a, which included the Executive Director of the General Corporation for Grain Development and Production, Yahya Al-Sayani, and the Dean of the College of Agriculture at Sana’a University, Dr. Adel Al-Wishali, discussed aspects of joint cooperation to develop grain agriculture and productivity.

The meeting, in the presence of the Director of the Germplasm Center at the College of Agriculture, Dr. Muhammad Al-Assoudi, and the Deputy Executive Director of the Grains Foundation, Engineer Salah Al-Mashriqi, touched on the coordination mechanism for holding the first national conference on grains and legumes, which the Foundation will implement during the year 2024, in addition to reviewing joint programs and activities.

In the meeting, Al-Sayyani stressed the Foundation’s keenness to coordinate with the college to support agricultural programs and activities according to priority and need, and in proportion to the available capabilities, and everything that would develop the cultivation a
nd productivity of grain and legume crops.

For his part, Dr. Al-Wishali pointed out the importance of integrating roles and cooperation between the college and the institution to benefit from the available technologies and capabilities to serve aspects of agricultural development, improve grain productivity, and thus contribute to providing food security.

The Foundation’s Executive Director listened to an explanation from the Center’s Director about the Center’s preservation of sorghum genotypes, dozens of local wheat varieties, most of which are not available to farmers, and many local wheat varieties, which the Center has improved.

Yahya Al-Sayani and his deputy, Al-Mashriqi, also visited the fields belonging to the Germplasm Center, which the Center is renovating.

They were accompanied by the Director of Community Development at the Grain Foundation, Engineer Muhammad Hamid.
Source: Yemen News Agency

Sana’a: Grain Foundation and College of Agriculture discuss joint cooperation


A meeting held in Sana’a, which included the Executive Director of the General Corporation for Grain Development and Production, Yahya Al-Sayani, and the Dean of the College of Agriculture at Sana’a University, Dr. Adel Al-Wishali, discussed aspects of joint cooperation to develop grain agriculture and productivity.

The meeting, in the presence of the Director of the Germplasm Center at the College of Agriculture, Dr. Muhammad Al-Assoudi, and the Deputy Executive Director of the Grains Foundation, Engineer Salah Al-Mashriqi, touched on the coordination mechanism for holding the first national conference on grains and legumes, which the Foundation will implement during the year 2024, in addition to reviewing joint programs and activities.

In the meeting, Al-Sayyani stressed the Foundation’s keenness to coordinate with the college to support agricultural programs and activities according to priority and need, and in proportion to the available capabilities, and everything that would develop the cultivation a
nd productivity of grain and legume crops.

For his part, Dr. Al-Wishali pointed out the importance of integrating roles and cooperation between the college and the institution to benefit from the available technologies and capabilities to serve aspects of agricultural development, improve grain productivity, and thus contribute to providing food security.

The Foundation’s Executive Director listened to an explanation from the Center’s Director about the Center’s preservation of sorghum genotypes, dozens of local wheat varieties, most of which are not available to farmers, and many local wheat varieties, which the Center has improved.

Yahya Al-Sayani and his deputy, Al-Mashriqi, also visited the fields belonging to the Germplasm Center, which the Center is renovating.

They were accompanied by the Director of Community Development at the Grain Foundation, Engineer Muhammad Hamid.
Source: Yemen News Agency

Iraqi Foreign Ministry announces the reopening of the Iraqi Embassy in Libya.Seminar on seismic risks in Dhamar

Tripoli: The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the reopening of the Iraqi Embassy in Libya yesterday and appointed Dr. Ahmed Al-Sahaf as the Head of the Iraqi Mission in Libya.

The Ministry said on its Facebook page that this step comes in the context of activating terms of the government program and under the guidance of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fuad Hussein on the need to provide services to the Iraqi community in Libya and the embassy’s role in overcoming all obstacles they face.

“We will work to develop our bilateral relations and coordinate the exchange of high-level visits between Baghdad and Tripoli in the coming period,’ Al-Sahaf said during the opening ceremony.

‘Reopening the embassy in Libya is to do its role in activating the political and diplomatic work in a way that serves the interests of the two brotherly countries as well as providing consular services for the Iraqi community in Libya,’ he added.

Al-Sahaf stressed Iraq’s support for the internationa
l efforts to restore security and stability in Libya and to adopt the political choice that achieves the aspirations of the Libyan people.

The ministry stated that the reopening of the embassy comes after a decade as a result of the developments witnessed by Libya.
Source: Libyan News Agency

The Center for Monitoring and Study of Earthquakes and Volcanoes in Dhamar Governorate organized a scientific symposium on seismic risks in Yemen, the effects left by the 1982 Dhamar earthquake, the current status of the Center for Monitoring and Study of Earthquakes and Volcanoes, and the damage it sustained as a result of the aggression.

At the opening of the scientific symposium, which was held to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the Dhamar earthquake in 1982, the Undersecretary of Dhamar Governorate stressed the importance of joining efforts to restart the center for monitoring and studying earthquakes and volcanoes.

He pointed out that the center was preparing studies and issuing bulletins related to seismic and volcanic activities in Yemen, before it was targeted by the aggression in May 2015.
Source: Yemen News Agency

Iraqi Foreign Ministry announces the reopening of the Iraqi Embassy in Libya.Seminar on seismic risks in Dhamar

Tripoli: The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the reopening of the Iraqi Embassy in Libya yesterday and appointed Dr. Ahmed Al-Sahaf as the Head of the Iraqi Mission in Libya.

The Ministry said on its Facebook page that this step comes in the context of activating terms of the government program and under the guidance of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fuad Hussein on the need to provide services to the Iraqi community in Libya and the embassy’s role in overcoming all obstacles they face.

“We will work to develop our bilateral relations and coordinate the exchange of high-level visits between Baghdad and Tripoli in the coming period,’ Al-Sahaf said during the opening ceremony.

‘Reopening the embassy in Libya is to do its role in activating the political and diplomatic work in a way that serves the interests of the two brotherly countries as well as providing consular services for the Iraqi community in Libya,’ he added.

Al-Sahaf stressed Iraq’s support for the internationa
l efforts to restore security and stability in Libya and to adopt the political choice that achieves the aspirations of the Libyan people.

The ministry stated that the reopening of the embassy comes after a decade as a result of the developments witnessed by Libya.
Source: Libyan News Agency

The Center for Monitoring and Study of Earthquakes and Volcanoes in Dhamar Governorate organized a scientific symposium on seismic risks in Yemen, the effects left by the 1982 Dhamar earthquake, the current status of the Center for Monitoring and Study of Earthquakes and Volcanoes, and the damage it sustained as a result of the aggression.

At the opening of the scientific symposium, which was held to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the Dhamar earthquake in 1982, the Undersecretary of Dhamar Governorate stressed the importance of joining efforts to restart the center for monitoring and studying earthquakes and volcanoes.

He pointed out that the center was preparing studies and issuing bulletins related to seismic and volcanic activities in Yemen, before it was targeted by the aggression in May 2015.
Source: Yemen News Agency