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Raqmiyat launches WPS Connect

21/9/2009 - Leading UAE-based systems integrator, Raqmiyat, has made an announcement about its plans to launch Raqmiyat - WPS Connect, a new solution meant to work with the UAE Central Bank Wages Protection System, to UAE banks and exchange houses to help them abide by the requirements of the Wages Protection System (WPS) by the UAE Central Bank.

Wage Protection System implemented in Dubai

1/9/2009 - The first phase of implementation of the Wage Protection System (WPS), an electronic salary transfer system, which aims to ensure that workers are paid on time, will begin today.

Layoffs in HSBC UAE

14/8/2009 - HSBC UAE has issued termination notices to 90 junior and middle management employees, revealed sources close to the bank.

Middle East to recruit more Property Management professionals

8/8/2009 - According to Macdonald & Company, the leading recruitment consultancy, which focuses on the real estate industry, the demand for property management professionals in the real estate sector is bound to rise this year.

Ministry permits unpaid workers to swap jobs

24/7/2009 - The Ministry of Labour has granted permission to workers, who have not been paid salary for two or more months, to swap jobs, without having to wait for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) even after having received their dues.

UAE professionals turn budget-savvy

20/7/2009 - About 31 percent of the professionals are ready to work for less salary in their next job, if redundancy becomes a reality, while 25 percent have already accepted employment in a different country from their families, reveals the latest survey report conducted by Bayt.

Major Service sector jobs to enter Middle East by 2015

13/7/2009 - According to a new report by Manpower Consultants, the leading recruitment firm in Middle East, the region will see a huge increase in the global share of service sector jobs by 2015, but the female participation in labour market, will be low, which would pose a challenge for policymakers.

4000 Emiratis offered private sector jobs

19/6/2009 - About 4000 Emiratis will be ready to join private sector shortly, revealed a senior official at Abu Dhabi.

Labour Ministry cracks down on illegal employment

15/6/2009 - The Ministry of Labour has formed new inspection teams to crack down on companies holding expired labour cards registered on their Ministry of Labour records.

Recruitment catching-up in the Gulf financial sector

1/6/2009 - Banks and private equity firms in the GCC are seeing the first signs of hiring, with the economic crisis hitting the Gulf last year.

New Wage Protection System to safeguard employees salary

22/2/2012 - The UAE government has introduced a new Wages Protection System (WPS) in order to safeguard payment of workers salaries, to reduce labour dispute pertaining to wages and to protect the rights of employees.

UAE launches electronic pay system for workers

22/5/2009 - According to a new initiative to be launched this month about three million workers in the UAE will be paid electronically, a top official in the UAE said.

Dubai companies witnessing fewer layoffs

6/5/2009 - The number of companies in Dubai, indulging in job cuts, have reduced now, compared to the layoffs that happened earlier this year, but, hiring would continue to remain slow, until employers gain confidence that the worst of economic recession is over, revealed recruitment executives in Dubai.

Regional Employment Center to be launched for Arab nations

6/4/2009 - A Regional Employment Center for the Arab nations will shortly be announced by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRAMF).

Federal Law underway for recruitment of skilled workers in UAE

4/4/2009 - A Federal regulation aimed at regulating recruitment of workers in the UAE, is on its way, reveal the ministry sources.

Public sector jobs is the preferred choice of Emiratis

1/4/2009 - The Careers Fair 2009 organized in Dubai, which ended today, indicates that there is an uncertainty over the employment situation.

UAE Employers must pay accommodation allowances

8/3/2009 - Employers in the UAE are required to pay accommodation allowances, if the employee is not provided with housing.

Hiring process of teachers in Dubai to be revamped

23/2/2009 - The Ministry of Education revealed that a major revamp in their human resources regulations, particularly, with regarding to hiring of teachers (both nationals and expatriates) in public schools, is likely in the near future.

MENA region records highest unemployment rate worldwide

13/2/2009 - Going by the latest report by ILO (International Labour Organization), the status of employment in the world, including the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region in 2009, represents a scary picture.

Dubai World downsizes staff by 10 percent

11/2/2009 - Dubai World, the state-owned investor, yesterday downsized its staff strength by 10 percent, which includes 100 employees.


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