Jamie Breese

Jamie Breese

Celebrity TV-Presenter and founder of The Business Showcase South West

Jamie Breese has presented over 500 TV shows for major networks in the UK and USA. He writes for the Sunday Mirror and hosts events as a compere. He also founded the region’s largest business event, the Business Showcase South West, which takes place at Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol on Wednesday 16th May.

For more information, follow the links: www.showcaseeventsuk.com
Sasha Quince

Sasha Quince

Yoga Expert and founder of Let’s go yoga – UAE

Sasha Quince left the fast-paced corporate world at a time she was experiencing grave pressure and stress and also at a time that she experienced the greatest loss of her life, so she took a chance by creating Let’s Go Yoga

Inspired to share the amazing benefits she was receiving from Yoga and Mindfulness with the UAE community.

Sasha specializes in Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga, a fierce and anatomically present style unique to the UAE. She also knows all too well corporate employee struggles are and was inspired to create- 5-days to less stress at your desk online challenge to enhance motivation, decrease stress and alleviate back and body pain from a desk job. Her in depth program for corporations is Power & Presence in the workplace inspires teams, builds trust and connection, reduces stress and improves workplace mood levels and productivity. Sasha is truly passionate about sharing key tools for corporates to step into a present state of mind, reduce stress in the body and mind and enjoy their roles in the workplace.

Learn more about many of Sasha’s offerings by visiting, the links: www.youtube.com/watch?v=gapIT1ooDM4 
Website : www.letsgoyogame.come
Cathy Van Harmelen

Cathy Van Harmelen

Physiotherapists at The Chiron Clinic Dubai

A graduate from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2005, I have more than 10 years extensive experience treating orthopaedic and musculoskeletal disorders, post-operative conditions and sports injuries.

I enjoy treating back and neck disorders using manual mobilization, pain relief methods and motor-control retraining.

The rehabilitation of tendinopathies is another key area I enjoy treating. This includes: Achilles Tendinopathy, Tennis Elbow, Patellar Tendinopathy and others.

In addition to my physiotherapy degree I have completed a certification in Spinal Manual Therapy, as well as a certification course in Advanced Sports Rehabilitation at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. Other post-graduate courses include: STOTT Pilates Spinal, Pelvic and Scapular Stabilization Matwork & Reformer – RMR1 course, Dry Needling as well as the Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) course.

An added qualification I have recently completed is a Diploma in Bowen Therapy. This holistic approach to manual therapy allows me to treat the client on all levels. Not only working on the musculoskeletal system, but the therapy affects the other systems that make up the body as well. It successfully shifts the body into the Parasympathetic state (PNS) which allows it to start repairing itself.


For more information, follow the links: www.thechironclinic.com
Sean Burgess

Sean Burgess

PraxisIFM Asset Manager and Co-Founder Emirates HR

Following a degree in biomedicine, Sean moved to the UAE in 2013 to head up the investment strategy team at a regional wealth management firm. During this time, his contribution to the development of high-profile corporate pension schemes led to a move to PraxisIFM Trust Limited in the Abu Dhabi Global Markets. His role at PraxisIFM, the UAE’s first regulated trust company, includes asset management oversight and investment due diligence.

6 Tech Trends in HR That Have Reshaped Recruiting in 2018

6 Tech Trends in HR That Have Reshaped Recruiting in 2018

There are 6 tech trends in HR that are have completely reshaped recruiting processes. Technology has brought a significant revolution in human resource. In fact, it has redefined the concept of the recruitment process.

Emerging technology in HR

Recent developments have transformed HR in all areas such as recruiting, employee management, performance management etc. Companies have become more employee-friendly. Consequently, the way we recruit has changed.

With technology readily available at your doorstep, employees now have the privilege of working from home. Last few years have seen many innovations in HR technology. These new recruiting trends in 2018 are giving a new direction to recruitment.

The power of Social Media

An upcoming concept in recruitment is social recruitment. Though social recruiting is not a new concept it is widely accepted by HR professionals who continue to implement it in their recruitment process.

HR managers and recruiters have started adopting a resume parser software to simplify the process of hiring the right fit. But along with this recruitment analytics solution, modern Applicant Tracking Systems can now do resume enrichment where candidate information is taken from their social media profiles to update their resumes.

With an increasing usage of social media among millennials, recruiters are posting jobs on this platform, communicating with potential candidates and engaging their employees simultaneously.

Blockchain is the New Disruptor

Blockchain is known for making a system secure and transparent. This is the reason why it has the potential of bringing a change in HR tech space. HR data can be easily secured with this concept, and this is especially important now when GDPR is coming!

Records can be made for employment information, training, skills, work performance etc. In case of employee verification, employers can use this information. As blockchain cannot be tampered, it is the best way to avoid fraud in HR and keeping data safe.

Mobile apps are the next step

Increasing usage of smartphones are compelling recruiters to deliver information through mobile apps. Having such a functionality means that HR applications need to be considered.

Efforts are made to create mobile apps for every application developed by a company. As jobseekers are using their smartphones to search for jobs, organizations are making their mobile apps more user-friendly to improve candidate experience.

Cloud is in the air

In the last few years, cloud has managed to create its place in HR technology. Data collection and storage have now become easy. Online access to documents and other information is one of the benefits of cloud.

You can also archive employee information and save it securely. Organizations are adopting cloud-based Applicant Tracking Systems and Recruitment Marketing platforms. These solutions are becoming must-have tools for recruiters.

Big Data

Another advancement in technology is Big Data. It helps HR managers to know what their candidates want, how to market their job openings to them and communicate for the same. When clubbed with other technologies, HR professionals are able to take quick decision through valuable information they get.

Predictive Analytics

Data Analytics tools have contributed a lot in human resource. With predictive analytics on the plate, recruiters can judge candidate’s behavior in future. It will not only help in improving recruitment process but also ensure quality talent acquisition.

Importance of HR technology trends

Technology can only bring a change when it is implemented correctly. These HR tech trends are all set to transform human resource and give it a new direction for attaining overall productivity.

If you want to get real value from your business, technology is the key to achieve the same.

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