Human Dimensions announces the launching of Thomas International Middle East
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun January 17, 2010 5:07 pm

KUWAIT. In the framework of its expansion in the Kuwaiti market and regional levels, Human Dimensions (HDC), a Kuwaiti company and a subsidiary of Altanmiya Holding Co., announces the launching of its new division - "Thomas International Middle East".  

Ghassan Ahmed, the General Manager of Human Dimensions Company has announced on 12 January 2010, the establishment of its new division, "Thomas International Middle East", which will be dedicated to providing consultation services utilising Thomas International Systems’ psychometric tests and job profiling assessments.

Thomas International ME is now working in the field and offering its human resources products and services to companies in Kuwait, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Sultanate of Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Iran, and Iraq. 

Leveraging its expertise and in-house talent, the division serves every company that it works with, develop a stronger, more productive, and cohesive staff that is equipped to meet the challenges of modern business in the global environment.

Thomas International ME plans to expand in the MENA countries through partnerships, with the aim of assigning partners, offering our partners the ideal solutions and services in assisting companies to achieve low turnover and high workforce productivity. 

In addition, we will be organizing monthly workshops for a period of "one day" intended to bring about awareness among HR managers and other decision makers, including an introduction to the DISC theory for in the measuring psychological traits in the work environment, applying the Thomas personal profile analysis (PPA), and human job analysis (HJA) systems to determine the Thomas psychological characteristics of individuals, and the psychological requirements of jobs, respectively.

Throughout the year, Thomas International ME will be organizing specialized seminars that cover HR development and assessment topics, featuring the latest advances in this constantly changing field.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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