Al Ansari offers ‘on-the-job’ experience
Dubai, March 21, 2011
Al Ansari Exchange, a leading remittance and foreign exchange services provider in the UAE, will offer a first-hand ‘on-the-job’ experience at a career fair that kicked off today (March 21) in Dubai.
The 11th annual Careers Show 2011 Exhibition will run up to March 23 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“Careers Show 2011, which has become the Middle East region’s premiere job fair exhibition, continues to provide UAE Nationals with key career opportunities by selecting the best qualified UAE nationals and matching them with the job that best suits them,” said Rashed Ali Al Ansari, general manager, Al Ansari Exchange.
“During our participation in this year’s event, Al Ansari Exchange will be providing a first-of-its-kind live interactive booth that will give participants and visitors the experience and feel of working at its branches. We will also be giving free career advice to visitors to help them hone their skills and expertise and enable them to build a professional future career,” he added.
"Our participation in this event embodies our vision to attract a large number of highly qualified UAE nationals and give them the opportunity to join us and build a successful career that meets their different aspirations,” Al Ansari continued.
“Al Ansari Exchange provides a unique integrated work environment that gives the new staff the opportunity to work with an integrated global team from over 30 countries around the world, which brings a wealth of global experience.”
“We expect the recruitment of a higher number of UAE nationals this year since we have more than 100 branches across the UAE, which constitutes an attraction for its members as a result of the availability of employment opportunities near residence areas,” Al Ansari concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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