By Staff writer
75% of UAE employers responding to in a new survey claim they will looking to hire up to 10 new employees in the next 3 months. We present the top headhunters in the HR industry who determine who are the best candidates for hiring.
The Middle East has always been able to attract a high number of talented expatriates from across the world.
According to the latest Middle East Job Index Survey, conducted by job website Bayt.com and consulting group YouGov and released in August, three quarters of UAE employers responding to in a new survey claim they will looking to hire up to 10 new employees in the next 3 months.
At the same time the UAE has been revealed as the global leader in attracting talent for the second consecutive year, according to a new global study by LinkedIn, the world's largest professional online network.
LinkedIn determined that the UAE attracts the most talent, gaining 1.89 percent as a percentage of its total workforce following an analysis of every new position that was added to member profiles last year.
According to the study, India is the leading source of professional talent coming to the UAE representing 28 percent, with the United Kingdom, Pakistan, United States, and Qatar making up the top five.
Other Gulf nations contributed a combined 11 percent of members who moved to the UAE, LinkedIn said.
Other countries attracting the most talent according to LinkedIn's study are Switzerland (0.90 percent), Saudi Arabia (0.85 percent), followed by Singapore, Germany, South Africa, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and Belgium.
So who are the men and women responsible for attracting talent to the Gulf and who you should be connecting with? We present the movers and shakers in the Gulf’s human resources sector.