Keep up with the latest hiring trends!
It might be another 4 years away, but Expo 2020 already has recruitment agencies in the UAE bringing their a-game to the table. Today, we’re looking at the major movers and shakers in the region that are rocking it on Twitter right now!
Hays Dubai @haysdubai
Boasting a whopping 11,000 followers, the Hays Dubai Twitter account mainly shares content from their hugely successful job blog, including articles such as ‘7 Time Saving Job Search Tips’, ’10 Reasons to Relocate to the UAE’ and much more.
The Twitter account to support the Middle East’s #1 job site, Bayt.com reflects just how popular this website is, with a hugely impressive near-130,000 followers! Their tweet timeline is jam-packed with tips about recruitment and job-seeking, as well as beautifully designed graphics containing interesting insights on a daily basis.
Adecco Middle East @AdeccoME
Adecco Middle East use the hashtag
#BecomingaLeader on their Twitter feed to share tips that apply to both job seekers and recruiters alike. Recently, they even ran a campaign called ‘CEO for One Month’, where they were on the search for an individual to lead 32,000 colleagues in 60 countries as their ‘Global *CEO’. Truly innovative stuff.
Michael Page @MichaelPageAE
Another Twitter account that’s full of interview hacks and employer advice, Michael Page UAE is definitely one to watch in the Twitterverse. Tweets include shared content from their career centre webpage, including Middle East relocation guides and posts like ‘Creating Your Middle East Career Plan’.
Gulf Recruitment Group @GRGDubai
Highlighting #JobsinDubai, #JobsinSaudiArabia and #JobsinRiyadh to their almost 5,000 followers, Gulf Recruitment Group has some of the most original graphics we’ve seen on a Twitter account – images of various animals mixed with puns to make their tweets pop. Have a look to see exactly what we’re talking about, you’ll love it!
HR Source @hr_source
Specialising in the IT, Media & FMCG sectors, HR Source tweet about job opportunities in the region, as well as share thought-provoking articles about job creation in the UAE. They also throw in the odd link to completely non-recruitment related posts, variety is the spice of life after all!
Have we missed anyone? Let us know what your favourite UAE Twitter accounts are by commenting below or by tweeting us directly @SocialTalent!