New Human Assets magazine targets Middle East professionals
The Middle East's first professional magazine for the human resources and training community, Human Assets Middle East, was welcomed by HR managers and consultants throughout the Gulf region, according to a company press release.
"The HR profession is rapidly establishing itself as a strategic component of total quality management, and the feedback to the Winter 2002 issue shows there was a deeply felt need for a specialized medium that would put Human Resources on the map," said Human Assets editor Judith Chalk.
The magazine is a joint initiative by HR consultancy biz-ability and publishers Fleming Woodman Consultants. "We have been delighted with the feedback we received for our first issue, but our Spring 2003 issue represents a true quantum leap, being twice as substantial as the first," said Chalk.
"The cover story in this second issue, which is out now, provides fascinating perspectives on the highly topical issue of Nationalization, and includes thoughts and opinions about working in a multi-cultural society," she added.
The Spring 2003 Human Assets issue also provides instructive detail about companies who are in the process of achieving successful Emiratization, and who pull no punches about how to get it right. "We are encouraged from all sides to value the diversity, and we hope these articles provide practical food for thought as well as useful background information," said Chalk. — (menareport.com)
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