Focusing on young talent

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Participants in the 2016 HR Young Talent Forum take part in a brainstorming session

The world is in the midst of the forth industrial revolution, and it is important that the young employees of today make a positive change to their environs rather than simply trying to adapt to them.

This was one of the primary messages delivered during the recent Saudi Aramco 2016 HR Young Talent Forum, which saw the gathering of more than 200 young Saudi Aramco talents at the Plaza Conference Centre in Dhahran.

Organized by the N-gage team - a group who work towards creating a work environment in which young employees are able to utilize their capabilities positively - the forum focused on young employees and the tools they will need for success.

The forum was attended by HR leaders from both inside and outside the company, and was designed to be an interactive event to provide rich exchanges of information and fruitful discussion.

During the event, Al-Ghoson, executive director of Human Resources at Saudi Aramco, delivered a speech during which she touched upon the importance of the positive change that employees can make themselves rather than just coping with change, as the world witnesses the fourth industrial revolution. According to estimates, Al-Ghoson said, the successful adoption of new technologies associated with this revolution will foster both productivity and excellence.  

The world is in the midst of the forth industrial revolution, and it is important that the young employees of today make a positive change to their environs rather than simply trying to adapt to them.

This was one of the primary messages delivered during the recent Saudi Aramco 2016 HR Young Talent Forum, which saw the gathering of more than 200 young Saudi Aramco talents at the Plaza Conference Centre in Dhahran.

Organized by the N-gage team - a group who work towards creating a work environment in which young employees are able to utilize their capabilities positively - the forum focused on young employees and the tools they will need for success.

The forum was attended by HR leaders from both inside and outside the company, and was designed to be an interactive event to provide rich exchanges of information and fruitful discussion.

During the event, Al-Ghoson, executive director of Human Resources at Saudi Aramco, delivered a speech during which she touched upon the importance of the positive change that employees can make themselves rather than just coping with change, as the world witnesses the fourth industrial revolution. According to estimates, Al-Ghoson said, the successful adoption of new technologies associated with this revolution will foster both productivity and excellence.  

The world is in the midst of the forth industrial revolution, and it is important that the young employees of today make a positive change to their environs rather than simply trying to adapt to them.

This was one of the primary messages delivered during the recent Saudi Aramco 2016 HR Young Talent Forum, which saw the gathering of more than 200 young Saudi Aramco talents at the Plaza Conference Centre in Dhahran.

Organized by the N-gage team - a group who work towards creating a work environment in which young employees are able to utilize their capabilities positively - the forum focused on young employees and the tools they will need for success.

The forum was attended by HR leaders from both inside and outside the company, and was designed to be an interactive event to provide rich exchanges of information and fruitful discussion.

During the event, Al-Ghoson, executive director of Human Resources at Saudi Aramco, delivered a speech during which she touched upon the importance of the positive change that employees can make themselves rather than just coping with change, as the world witnesses the fourth industrial revolution. According to estimates, Al-Ghoson said, the successful adoption of new technologies associated with this revolution will foster both productivity and excellence.