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Ayman Kattan, the chief people officer at Bayzat, shares how the new long-term visa and UAE entry permit rules create opportunities for the agile, but pose a threat for firms that don’t invest in talent development.
The HR function, which has taken on new significance since the arrival of the pandemic, can lean heavily on cloud platforms to deliver a range of new experiences for the talent they are trying to attract and retain.