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n Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences - Talent management among UAE national women

Volume 5, Issue 5
  • ISSN : 2141-7024
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Abstract

Talent management is a process of recruiting, managing and compensating employees. Employers often view all the staff-train-reward activities as part of an integrated talent management process. On undertaking a literature survey, the researchers found that for HR, "talent management" issues were among the most pressing ones. A survey of CEOs of big companies said that they typically spent between 20-40% of their time on talent management. This is the basis of rationale for the study undertaken with a micromanagement perspective, as we intend to find out how this talent management process is done in Dubai and how the Emirati university graduates perceive the system promoted by the Dubai Government. The researchers with a structured undisguised questionnaire that covered dimensions like recruitment, type of organization for employment, expected compensation package was designed and the primary data was collected from Emirati students. The data has been edited and tabulated using MS-Excel and results arrived upon. The results indicate that most of the graduates prefer to work in public sector even though it is monotonous work routine and offers very less scope for professional development. Salary, international opportunities, timings and benefits are the factors that will lure them to private sector. The objective of this research paper is to sensitize educational institutions and corporates on the need for creating an industry-educational institution connect in order to orient Emirati graduates on the potential job requirements and assist them with further training programs. This would ensure that these graduates are skill-oriented and would find it much easier to find recruitment opportunities.

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2014-10-01
2019-09-15

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