More jobs for Saudi women


More women employees are joining workplaces and boardrooms in Saudi Arabia, with gender equality a key target of a regional drive to improve environ-mental, social and governance (ESG) standards, Arab News reported.

While measurable progress has been achieved in recent years, there is a room for further improvement to consolidate these changes into a lasting and broad-based transformation.
“Saudi Arabia recognises that it has a large, untapped pool of talent.

There is plenty of work being done to leverage this asset, as empowering women is a goal of Vision 2030,” Lilac Ahmad Al-Safad, president of the Saudi Electronic University (SEU), told Oxford Business Group.

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