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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 worlds largest annual airport show concluded successfully in Dubai this week, with the B2B platform witnessing strong industry engagement, and involving participation of more than 8000 professionals at the event.
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.
With an aim to attract more than 13 million tourists annually, Dubai is now focusing to be the most popular city destination by 2020, with at least 25 million visitors expected to be drawn to the emirate during the six-month long Expo 2020.
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.
Dubai has issued more than 206,770 new employment visas during first quarter of the year, reveals statistics by Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
Dubai will host the Outdoor Design and Build Show tomorrow, which is a dedicated global platform in the Middle East region which caters to the whole range of hard and soft landscape products and services.
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.
Several global real estate consultancies in Dubai have predicted a decline in rentals this year, but, Reidin Housing Market Sentiment Index Survey has predicted a rental decline in the first quarter of the year itself.