14 November PROCAPITA Corporate Governance Media Report November 14, 2019 PROCAPITA News hr consulting, human resources, procapita, workshops 0 - Related Posts PROCAPITA's FTIC Strategic Thinking Media Report - PROCAPITA Media Report - PROCAPITA and FASTtelco Co-Sourcing - ProCapita's Partnership with MenaiTech - Exclusive Partnership Thomas International, the leading global provider of talent assessment tools and the HR advisory services provider PROCAPITA, today announced an exclusive new partnership for the GCC and Middle East region. PROCAPITA is one of the most prominent HR consulting firms that provide exceptional HR advisory services to private and public organizations, as well as NGOs. As a leading firm in the MENA and GCC region, PROCAPITA operates in three key business areas: HR Consulting, Recruitment Advisory, and HR Outsourcing Services. “We are delighted to enter into a strategic partnership with the market leader, Thomas International. This partnership is clear evidence of our continued success in the GCC and MENA region,” said Mohammad Abu Al-Rob, CEO of PROCAPITA. “We believe that the successful growth and continuity of any firm relies on the quality of its employees. The employee assessment tools that Thomas International provides will surely assist our clients in identifying, recruiting, and developing the right talents.” Abu Al-Rob continued. Guy Ballantine, CEO of Thomas International, said: “We are very excited to start this partnership with PROCAPITA MENA as ... The Netflix Culture: What’s the Big Fuss About? Several articles, pretty long ones too, have been written about how Netflix has a great work culture, and how it reinvented HR years ago. In 2018, Netflix announced a record-breaking $11 billion in revenue and in 2020, it has 158.3 million worldwide subscribers. They’re clearly doing many things right, and amongst those things is HR. Not only is it one of the greatest entertainment platforms to have existed, but it also turns out that due to its articulate workplace culture, it is a place where several employees would like to be (here’s where great employer branding comes into play). Netflix, like any other company, cares to hire only the best and place a lot of value on integrity, excellence, respect, inclusion, and collaboration. However, what makes Netflix’s culture special is how much they: encourage independent decision-making by employees share information openly, broadly, and deliberately are extraordinarily candid with each other keep only our highly effective people avoid rules Furthermore, Netflix has seven aspects of its culture, and amongst those aspects are values they actually value and apply at the workplace while also looking for people ... Comment (0) Comments are closed.