Tecom pledges jobs for nationals
Dubai, April 17, 2008
Tecom Investments, a member of Dubai Holding, reiterated its commitment to the development of UAE nationals at Careers UAE 2008, the region's largest recruitment, training and education event.
Currently showcasing its eighth consecutive edition, Careers UAE 2008 is held exclusively for UAE nationals under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE vice president and prime minister and Dubai ruler.
The three-day event aims to open doors to promising career opportunities for UAE nationals in public and private sector enterprises.
Abdullatif AlMulla, CEO of Tecom Investments, said the company has consistently demonstrated its keenness to support and build a competent resource pool of UAE nationals.'
'As a leading corporate entity in the UAE, we place enormous emphasis on nurturing talented young local graduates and preparing them for senior management roles,' he noted.
'Complementing our pace of expansion, we actively seek to integrate a larger number of UAE nationals into all levels of our growing workforce. We believe the exhibition can lead us to high calibre UAE nationals with a drive to impact our future growth and that of the country.'
Reflecting its commitment to the government's Emiratisation drive, Tecom Investments launched 'Mustaqbali', a six-month programme to select promising talent and support the growth of their competencies through practical experience and workplace mentoring.
Nasser Al Awadhi, executive director of human capital, said: 'Mustaqbali balances vocational training with actual work experience to help candidates directly bring their classroom learning into the work environment.'
'We call upon talented UAE nationals, particularly fresh graduates, interested in honing their skills to chart a career path for their future while contributing to the success of our company,' he noted.
Tecom Investments is a recognised leader in a range of knowledge-based industries, including free zone clusters.-TradeArabia News Service
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