Donald McKenna, a veteran with more than 25 years of corporate human resources experience, has joined the Miami office of Stanton Chase International as a senior search consultant. The announcement was made by Juan D. Morales, managing director of the Miami office for this worldwide retained executive search firm. Stanton Chase (www.stantonchase.com) currently has 71 [...]
11th edition of Newswirefor Southeast Europe and Middle East dedicated to Life Sciences and Health Care Industry. In its pages, we aim to share valuable information from the region and insight/points of Top Executives about the industry in general, the latest trends in the pharmaceutical market, the threats and the issues that are high on [...]
Is your profession among those that are going to be in demand? By: Shuchita Kapur Published Thursday, December 15, 2011 If 2011 was a year that saw the UAE’s jobs market stabilise after a recessionary couple of years, experts expect 2012 to be the year the country sees biggest job growth in the region. First [...]
Having witnessed rapid development its healthcare sector over the past few years, the UAE has weathered the global financial crisis and managed to attract major international healthcare players to the market. As the government increasingly focuses its efforts on attracting more prestigious private healthcare providers, Deloitte Middle East’s newly released 2011 Survey of the UAE [...]
An overview of the UAE Healthcare Sector By Athena Tavoulari – Senior Consultant, Stanton Chase Dubai The UAE healthcare sector is among the most dynamic areas of the economy and is set to grow rapidly over the next five years, a study predicts by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The healthcare sector currently [...]
For Jane Griffiths, director of nursing at Rashid Hospital in Dubai, some of the stiffest competition for nurses comes from her own backyard. “We’re all fighting for the same kind of nurses,” she said. “We have a bit of a disadvantage because the pay scale for nurses is less” in Dubai “than in Abu Dhabi [...]
There exists a powerful shift in progress in terms of where the global pharmaceutical industry is turning for growth and profitability.
Factoring in People Decisions for M&A Success in Life Sciences & Healthcare Market Sector by Athena TavoulariEMEA, Expert Opinion, Life Sciences and Health Care Monday, February 7th, 2011
Faced with rising product development costs and stagnant organic expansion, many life sciences companies see mergers & acquisitions (M&As) as the key to future growth. Yet numerous studies in recent years reveal that between 50-80 percent of M&As fail to produce their anticipated benefits. Why? In most cases experts agree that poor post-merger integration, and especially talent management, is largely to blame.