Aspire HR Consultants Appoints a New Partner for our Consultancy Division! Welcome on board Ayman Emam.
We are Growing! Aspire HR Consultants Appoints a New Partner in its Consultancy Division!
No New is News
As part of our growth, Aspire HR Consultants (Aspire HRC) is welcoming Ayman Emam as Partner in its Consultancy Division.
Ayman is No News to Aspire as he has been managing and supporting Aspire HRC consultancy since over 10 years.
You can see Ayman's profile in [About Us].
Aspire HRC Management with Ayman included are growing the Consultancy Team inviting consultants who bring value, expertise, drive as well as diversity.
Our consultancy services will include the following:
• Policies & Procedures
• Job Evaluation
• Compensation & Benefits
• Career Development
• Performance Management
• Managing Business Performance (via OKRs) NEW!
Ayman brings a wealth of experience in HR almost 40 years of HR practice in different regions, primarily Middle East and Africa with his last 10 years working on consultancy projects with Aspire HRC. Ayman consulted for mega projects and international organizations in different industries. Developed methods in Job Evaluation, Competence Profiling and Performance Framework. Our ambitions are limitless and Ayman will contribute greatly to our organization and clients, not only today but also in the future
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