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November 11, 2019
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NES is delighted to announce that 50% of its employees in Saudi Arabia are now Saudi nationals, as it strives to support the Saudi Vision 2030's reforms. NES Global Talent are workforce staffing specialists and have been operating in Saudi Arabia for a decade. We have a dedicated team in Damman to support our Oil & Gas clients, supported by a network of offices across the middle east.

David Clifton, Director NES Saudi Arabia comments:

“We have been working hard, in line with the Nitaqat, to support Saudi Arabia’s vision of getting more Saudi Nationals in to work. Our strategy of operating on the ground in the countries where our clients need us and truly understanding the local culture means it was key to us to support this initiative and source local talent.”

Mr. Dhaifallah Al Otaibi (Manpower Services Administration Unit Supervisor), Saudi Aramco adds:

“We have been working with NES since 2017. They have proven to be a crucial partner in staffing our projects and supporting our initiatives. They have excellent local knowledge and have built up a vital Saudi talent pool, which ensures we can access the best skills available in Kingdom”

If you are looking for staffing expertise, contact our Saudi personnel today.