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'640,000 Emiratis needed to fill executive posts'

Since the UAE has a workforce of approximately eight million workers, about 640,000 Emiratis will be needed to fill executive posts, a report said, highlighting that strategic leaders make up about 8 per cent of any country’s workforce.

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160 companies participate in Careers UAE

Careers UAE 2015, a major recruitment platform open exclusively for UAE nationals and HR practitioners, concluded today (April 30) with participation from more than 160 of the UAE’s leading private and public sector companies.

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CSH backs drive to attract Emiratis to private sector

Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), a leading private sector hospital in the UAE, has pledged its support for the ‘Absher’ initiative, launched in line with the directives of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to enhance th

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CSH backs drive to attract Emiratis to private sector

Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), a leading private sector hospital in the UAE, has pledged its support for the ‘Absher’ initiative, launched in line with the directives of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to enhance th

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Emiratis to receive Europe visa waiver

UAE tourists will be able to fly to Schengen countries without a visa following a recent decision by the European Union, which will come into effect in the coming months. A senior European diplomat confirmed that the internal process am

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UAE firms plan big time hiring as economy looks up

Seventy-four per cent of UAE companies claim they will either ‘definitely’ or ‘probably’ be hiring in a year’s time, suggesting long-term growth and a positive outlook for the country’s economy, a report said.

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UAE firms plan big time hiring as economy looks up

Seventy-four per cent of UAE companies claim they will either ‘definitely’ or ‘probably’ be hiring in a year’s time, suggesting long-term growth and a positive outlook for the country’s economy, a report said.

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Young Emiratis most driven by ‘helping the country’

Young Emiratis are most motivated by ‘helping the country’, a report said, adding that ‘challenge’, ‘development’ and ‘contributing to society’ also count among the most important motivators.

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Julphar to recruit 300 Emiratis

Julphar, a leading UAE-based pharmaceutical firm, has announced plans to recruit 60 Emiratis every year to reach a total of 300 over the next five years.     The move comes as part of the company's commitment to &ls

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Julphar to recruit 300 Emiratis

Julphar, a leading UAE-based pharmaceutical firm, has announced plans to recruit 60 Emiratis every year to reach a total of 300 over the next five years.     The move comes as part of the company's commitment to &ls

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