The degree of literacy in the area is about three-quarters, yet the breakout age has not yet been established. The high percentage of educated women is founded on the requirement that all children be educated. …
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The results of this policy are that about 58% of the university students in Saudi Arabia are women, following globalization, education, and economic benefits, more women in the Kingdom are being employed, estimated at about 5% to 15% of the workforce are women. Several factors contribute to women being in business include:
• Women are responsible for controlling most of the country’s wealth, and as a consequence are able to access informal funding which support the growth of business entrepreneurs. It is estimated that women are in possession of over SR45 billion, most of which (approximately 75%) is deposited, idly, in banks.
• Ownership of businesses in the Kingdom have about 4% of the businesses belonging to women, the retail sector has about 5,500 commercial registrations being of projects by women, which accounts to an estimated 20% in the retail, contractual, wholesaling, and transferable businesses sectors, and Arab News has recognized the contribution made by women in the economy of the region, by publishing the Kingdom’s top twenty women ventures in the region in March 2007. This was reported as a new perspective that deviates from the norm, where men are considered the entrepreneurs and pillars of Saudi Arabia’s economy. The current rise in women involvement in economy is based on the education and financial strength gained by women. Women have gained power through empowerment via education and business.
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To realize this objective, a three-group survey was conducted among the following respondents: 1. Saudi pharmacists who work for the government, 2. Saudi pharmacists working at Novartis, 3. pharmacy students in Saudi Arabia. Results from these surveys were subjected to an in-depth analysis using relevant literature on Human Resource Management.
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The concept of corporate governance achieved acknowledgment since the 1980’s, when corporate organizations began exercising it as a benchmark ethical measure intended for accounting and financial reporting in addition to other fair practices. Formerly, corporate governance was defined as a standard collection of guidelines that is exercised to administer and implement control over corporate organisations.
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Saudi Arabia is largely dependent on oil for its revenues. The presence of this very mineral is likely to attract a large amount of investment in the nation. However, in order to venture out to any particular sector, an investor normally takes into consideration the extent to which the respective stock is volatile to market fluctuations.
The various arbitration conventions available are efficient and offer different approaches to solving disputes, particularly in an increasingly integrated global system. This study aims to describe arbitration and arbitral enforcement in Saudi Arabia. The country has established historical and legal foundations for this dispute settlement mechanism, which are the Arbitration Law of 1983 and the Rules for the Implementation of Saudi Arabian Arbitration Regulation decreed in 1985.
our 30 Research Methodology 30 Overview 30 Sampling Design Process 31 Chapter Five 32 Findings and Discussion 32 Demographic Findings 32 Questionnaire Specific Findings 32 Chapter Six 38 Conclusion 38 Recommendation 39 Reference 40 Chapter One Introduction The world of the 21st century is progressing at a rapid pace, mainly because of the factors of fast change and rapid development.
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