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Oman Air appoints new executive vice president for HR

Posted 13 April 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has appointed Asma Humaid Al Ghabshi as executive vice president for human resources.

Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch said: “We are very proud to welcome Asma as our new executive vice president for HR. Her vast international experience and desire to introduce new staff-friendly HR initiatives is certain to not only yield great results, but inspire all our employees to achieve their full potential.” 

Al Ghabshi said: “I hope to inspire especially the younger generation of talent at Oman Air. My advice to them is to work hard and make it their mission to do their best so they can be proud of what they achieve and deliver. Being motivated and ready to challenge yourself is the best recipe to succeed. As a woman, I believe that the work you do is far more important than what gender you are. Both men and women can certainly reach their potential when they strive to do so.”

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