Practical Employee Wellness Programmes in Emerging Markets
Many organisations see emerging markets as untapped economic potential. But often, red-tape and strict anti-foreign practices make it a tough market to penetrate. And when multinationals manage to get a foothold, finding the right talent, and keeping that talent, represents the next set of challenges. Therefore, ensuring that the right programmes are in place is critical. Joe Chalouhi, Senior HR Director Global Growth Organisation and Oil & Gas Middle East, North Africa, Turkey & Pakistan for GE, discusses practical employee wellness programmes in emerging markets.
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