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The H Dubai welcomes new executive members

The H Dubai, part of the H Hospitality Collection, has announced the appointment of three key players to its global team of professionals.   Gonzalo Rodriguez has been promoted to hotel manager at The H Dubai. In this role he

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Careers UAE set to open with 110 exhibitors

The 16th edition of Careers UAE 2016, the country’s leading recruitment and training exhibition for UAE nationals, is set to open at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) tomorrow (May 16) with more than 110 public and private sector exhibitors.

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Dubai sees increased recruitment of nurses

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has witnessed a year-on-year growth in the recruitment of nurses as Dubai’s health care sector expands. Fouad Chehab, director of nursing at Dubai hospital and chairperson of directors of nursing f

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Getex gears up to showcase top academic offerings

The latest edition of a leading student recruitment platform in the Middle East and Asia region is set to open tomorrow (April 13) in Dubai, UAE.   The three-day Gulf Education and Training Exhibition (Getex) wil

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Oman Air gears up for recruitment drive

Oman Air is reaffirming its commitment to Omanisation through its continuing recruitment of local cabin crew as it announces open days from April 7 and 21, between 8 am and 4 pm, at the Muscat Golden Tulip. Omanisation is the sultanate&

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Bloovo.com IT solution matches employees with jobs

Bloovo.com, an online social recruitment platform in the Middle East, is using its proprietary algorithm to match employees with jobs to generate scientific fit for rapid shortlisting. Bloovo.com’s research shows that employ

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Bahrain labour body warns over illegal hiring

Bahrain’s Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has warned the public against dealing with unlicensed recruitment agencies, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication. To read more, please visit

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Social media in bid to cut militant propaganda

Facebook, Google and Twitter are stepping up efforts to combat online propaganda and recruiting by Islamic militants, but the Internet companies are doing it quietly to avoid the perception that they are helping the authorities police the Web.

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IT ‘most in demand’ occupation in Mideast

The demand for software, hardware, and telecom professionals topped the charts for recruitment in the Middle East with a 28 per cent increase year-on-year during September, a report said. Oil and gas (down 19 percent) recorded the

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New poll to develop domestic workers recruitment launched

The UAE's Ministry of Interior has started the field stage of the public opinion poll aimed at organising the domestic workers recruitment sector, to develop and improve the services provided to citizens and residents' families.

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