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Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed launched the National Experts Programme during a tour of a memorial dedicated to Sheikh Zayed on Tuesday. The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces paid a visit to The Founder's Memorial, a landmark site in the capital paying homage to his late father and the country's first ruler, and his efforts to unite the nation. Sheikh Mohamed viewed the rich array of exhibits on...
Meet Maitha Al Nyadi, 17, a Grade 12 pupil from Al Qadsiya School in Abu Dhabi, became the first Emirati female to win an international medal in judo when she bagged a bronze at the Cadets Asian Cup in Hong Kong in 2017. The same year she recorded an eighth-placed finish at the Archery World Cup in Marrakech. The National Olympic Committee has shortlisted Maitha for the Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang from August 18 to September...
Dr Raja Easa Al Gurg, Managing Director, ESAG completed another milestone in a stellar career; she is the first Emirati businesswoman to write an autobiography, entitled ‘Raja Al Gurg - An Autobiography.’ The 180-page hardback book, released by Motivate Publishing was launched on December 12 at Four Seasons Jumeirah Beach, Dubai. HE Sheikh Nahayan bin Mabarak Al Nahayan, UAE Minister of Tolerance, who unveiled the book at the...
The latest book penned by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, will offer a fascinating insight into the experiences and philosophies that shaped the iconic leader's vision. In what he is calling his "incomplete biography", Sheikh Mohammed has narrated 50 stories in his 50 years of serving the nation. Taking to Twitter, the Dubai Ruler has shared some excerpts...
UAE Cabinet marks 50th anniversary of Shaikh Mohammad's service to the nation   Abu Dhabi: The Cabinet on Tuesday celebrated the 50th anniversary of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai starting his first mission in serving his homeland and people. The cabinet’s celebration came during Tuesday’s meeting chaired by Shaikh...
Do you often onboard students within your organization? A pre & onboarding app can help you in this! In this blog we will dive deeper into why students are of added value to the organization, why an internship is actually a job interview of 20 weeks and how you involve students as early as possible. Let’s go! Good onboarding is half the work We no longer have to explain to you that good onboarding has...
DUBAI: The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has affirmed that a fine of up to Dhs20,000 per Emirati employee will be imposed on any employer who fails to achieve the Emiratisation target as evidenced by the reports of the field visits paid to private sector establishments. Two-year labour contracts are concluded with Emiratis in the private sector and are renewed by mutual consent in accordance with the conditions.  The...
‘Scheme aimed at increasing participation of Emirati talent in private sector’ Published:  December 27, 2018 17:49 Abu Dhabi: The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has launched a new job classification scheme, which is now used for new work permit applications across the country, a senior official said. The new occupational classification scheme is comprised of a list of 725 job...
"Emirati women have proved their competence in all fields and we are proud of every achievement they made, and thus, we are committed to support them till they achieve the highest degrees of excellence and accomplish further achievements in line with our ambitious development vision" said His Highness S heikh Mohammed bin Rashid Gender diversity and the role of Emirati Women have always been on the top priority of UAE's leadership....
Soft skills are the personal attributes you need to succeed in the workplace. These are often related to how you work with others—in other words, these are people skills. Soft skills are different from hard skills, which are directly relevant to the job to which you are applying. These are often more quantifiable, and easier to learn. A hard skill for a carpenter, for example, might be the ability to...
Looking for a career change? Here’s what you need to know to write a great CV. Do you dread Mondays? Has your current nine-to-five job got you down in the dumps? Perhaps there’s a role you’ve always lusted after but never quite had the confidence to go for. Or maybe you’re just looking for a new challenge. Whatever the reason, you may find yourself thinking that you want to change directions on your career path...

 

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