Alumni Profiles

Adil Syed

Organization Information

Al Hoshani & Partner Plastic Factory (HPF), National Carton Factory (NCF) and Specialist Industrial Services Company (SISC) are part of a group of companies based in Saudi Arabia. With Head Office and manufacturing facilities in Riyadh and sales offices in Central, Western and Eastern regions, the total workforce of the group is approximately 400 staff. The group generates revenue of approximately USD 40 million annually.

Describe the work that you do in your role

I am currently working as an HR Executive at Al-Hoshani Group's Head Office. I am responsible for seamless operations of HR, specifically dealing with recruitment, screening, orientation and training. I am also responsible for Iqama, Passport, Medical Insurance renewal of all employees. I am taking care of Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection for all vehicles belonging to the company.

Indicate previous experience and/or areas of career proficiency/achievenments

not applicable

Describe your success in your professional life and achievements

Recently integrated HR module into the ERP system is being developed with my assistance at Al Hoshani. Integration of all HR functions including comprehensive performane management system into the ERP systems is our goal for the year 2019. I am a key contributor to the development of this system.

Write your activities and achievement if you were member of any club or society in UMT?

Arranged annual overseas dinner a couple times when I was part of the Overseas Club at OPA.

What do you remember about your time in ILM / IMT /UMT?

Everything. The classmates, the teachers, the vast ground and the massive library. SBE has been a school that has transformed people in the best way possible. I still remember my first day at UMT. 8th of October, 2012. It was the orientation day and I remember the plastics wrapped on the chairs of library building. We were the first batch to take classes in that building. 3L-01 was the room we had our first orientation session with Sir. Imran Sadiq. I remember exactly how he spoke and what he talked about. He was serving as director of undergraduate programs those days.