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According to recruitment agencies, the corporates are struggling to retain their top performers, and hence, the job market has once again shifted in favour of job seekers.
The UAE companies looking to save on high cost of recruiting international talent are open to the idea of hiring locally available professionals on part-time basis.
The Labour Ministry in Dubai has announced that 16th May 2015 would be an official paid-holiday for all employees working in the private sector in UAE.
Salary hikes for most UAE employees will be nominal this year, although for certain sectors, the staff is likely to get better hikes than others.
The private company recruiters at Careers UAE 2015 have called on the UAE government to eliminate the pension cap on nationals working in this sector to make Emiratisation easier.
Leading recruitment, training and education exhibition for UAE nationals, namely the Careers UAE 2015 will be unveiled tomorrow at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Two large GCC fashion retailers have announced plans to expand their retail operations in the UAE and in the neighbouring GCC by opening about 40 outlets and hiring more than 1200 employees.
Several companies in the UAE are willing to give employees good increments and a minimum of 10 percent pay hike is underway to reward their staff, reveals the latest hiring survey by NaukriGulf, a leading job portal.
Growing cost of accommodation and education are primary reasons of concern for UAE expats, reveals the rankings of hottest expat destinations by HSBC.
The UAE families seeking to hire a female domestic help will henceforth face a tough time finding one, as Indonesia too, joins the host of countries to stop sending housemaids to the UAE.
Owing to mounting rents last year, majority of companies in the UAE are said to be reviewing their housing rent allowances given to employees to help them protect against the annual spend on accommodation.