The International Airport Transport Association (IATA), an international industry trade group of airlines, in their latest survey, revealed that jobs in aviation sector are likely to see a sudden surge, following the stability noticed in this quarter.
The GCC airports are in a major expansion mode to cope with anticipated demand.
According to recruitment specialist, salaries are just not sufficient to recruit, retain and motivate employees to perform at their optimal efficacy.
With several large-scale projects announced by private sector and UAE government, recruitment experts are of the opinion that industry sectors will increase headcount this year.
The retail and trade logistics sector in the UAE recorded a huge spike in online job opportunities, marking a 45 percent growth year-on-year, as per the latest report by Monster Employment Index.
The year 2013 will be a year of creating jobs for Emiratis, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, H.
Employees in the UAE can hope for 5.
Nearly four out of ten candidates seeking jobs in Dubai, are holding unrealistic expectations, said latest survey report, released yesterday.
Nearly 60 percent of Dubai-based finance executives have confirmed their plans of fresh recruitments during second half of this year, with half of them expecting a hike in salaries of accounting and finance employees, as per the survey released.
Majority of employees in the UAE have not seen pay hikes during the first half of this year.
Recruitment activity in the UAE has grown by 33 percent over the past one year, says the latest report by Monster Employment Index.
Emirates, one of the biggest international passenger carriers in the world, will hire nearly 10,000 professionals this year, a senior official has announced.
With a list of growing accomplishments, Al Reef Downtown joins the ranks of Arabian, Mediterranean and Desert Villages in Al Reef Community, all of which have been completed one after the other over the past two years.
A total of 93,000 job opportunities will be made available by three new industrial parks, likely to be established in Abu Dhabi shortly, it has been revealed.
Major companies in the UAE are planning to hire more staff this year, and the year 2012 is hoped to be good for jobseekers, according to leading executive recruiter.
The steady growth in UAE workforce will continue into 2012, following its 2011 growth, with several UAE companies having announced fresh recruitment plans, according to latest study conducted by Gulf Recruitment Group, one of the leading executive recruiters.
The New Year is likely to bring cheer to the UAE employees, as a pay hike is on the agenda in 2012, although in single digits.
Majority of residents in the UAE are hoping an improvement in the economy, although several of them still believe that it may not translate into an increase in jobs within the market, reveals the quarterly MENA Consumer Confidence Index Survey by Bayt.
23/9/2011 - There has been considerable improvement in recruitment activity in UAE during the first half of this year, in comparison to same period last year, say leading experts in the industry.
6/9/2011 - With the global economy once again on the verge of slipping back to recession, many in UAE fear another round of job cuts.