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63 per cent women in UAE prefer flexible staffing

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Regional leader in talent sourcing and people management solutions, TASC, has published a new survey that shows flexible staffing is essential to strengthen the role of women in the workplace in the UAE.

The survey – “Tapping into the Female Talent Pool in the UAE” - reveals that over 63 per cent of women in the UAE sampled by the research prefer flexible staffing over full time employment. This is one among many insights from the survey conducted in the UAE among both women and employers. It is the first of its kind in the region and sheds light on many employment issues faced by women in the UAE.

Article supplied by TASC Outsourcing

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