Bupa Arabia Achieves Over 70% Saudization Rate of Its Workforce
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, May 6th 2018: Falling under its efforts to maintain a healthy and productive working environment, Bupa Arabia for Cooperative Insurance successfully retains a competent workforce of Saudi cadres at its workplace to achieve further growth and productivity under the healthcare industry. The company’s direction follows in the footsteps of the Saudi Vision 2030 aimed at employing national cadres in favor of a sustainable and stable career.
To that regard, Tariq Alamoudi, Chief Human Resources Officer at Bupa Arabia, stated that: “We have managed to increase our Saudization rates at Bupa Arabia to exceed 70%. It gives us great pleasure to empower Saudi talents at the company. We are firm believers in the Saudization of our workforce which stands as solid foundations for our strategic plans. Bupa Arabia will continue to employ local talents in light of its significant development and growth across all clients and offered services”.
Alamoudi also mentioned that: “We at Bupa Arabia have been successful at attracting Saudi talents from all around the Kingdom due to our keenness in providing an engaging and motivating workplace to entice employees’ creative and operational potential. We also stress on several training programs and courses to equip them with the right skills as well as develop their knowledge to outperform in the healthcare industry. Moreover, we invest in employees who assume top managerial positions to set them on the right track towards becoming successful leaders”.
“It is also a vital for the company’s progress to employ Saudi women as a key pillar among its workforce. Bupa Arabia is considered one of the leading companies that attract competen women who currently represents 35% of our total workforce. We focus on providing an independent work environment for ladies to create a positive work-life balance. Bupa Arabia also offers many distinct services such as the In-house gym, Nursery, lenient working hours for women and increasing maternity leaves to mention few.” Alamoudi concluded.