Sighting extended support to the programme of Emiratisation in the country, Union Coop, the largest consumer cooperative in the UAE, announced the immediate recruitment of 44 UAE Nationals during its ‘Open Day’ recruitment drive, held at Etihad Mall.
The "UAE Jobs Bank" is an E-government platform that allows UAE nationals to apply directly to jobs offered by government entities and the private sector.
The Human Resources Development Committee in the banking and financial sector adopted the Emiratisation points system in the banking and insurance sectors with the aim of raising Emiratisation
The attendees reviewed ways to boost Emiratisation in the media sector, and the role of universities in qualifying Emirati cadres to work in the media field, as well as the importance of building bridges for communications between colleges and media institutions, both governmental and private.
The bank’s year-on-year participation in the fair reaffirms its enduring commitment to cultivating Emirati talent capable of playing a pivotal role in the banking industry’s ongoing growth.
Expressing his thanks and appreciation to Majid Al Futtaim following the group’s announcement that 3,000 jobs would be offered for Emiratis, Sheikh Mohammed stressed that there are companies that behave as partners in the country and others that want to use the country only to meet their own interests.
Sheikh Mansour welcomed the meeting’s participants and thanked the Central Bank of the UAE for its efforts to support the banking sector’s financial stability.
Fees will not exceed Dhs250 for Tier 1 companies for two years, while Tier 2 companies will be charged Dhs1,200 for two years. Tier 3 companies will not be able to benefit from any fee rebates, and the fees for issuing or renewing work permits will amount to Dhs3,450 for two years.