May 20, 2013
Barriers are still holding back Emiratis from joining the private sector despite 2013 being designated the year of emiratisation. Read Article Year of Emiratisation: Low private sector pay and long hours remain obstacle
May 01, 2013
The annual careers exhibition, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, opened yesterday and runs until tomorrow. Read Article Companies bid to lure brightest young Emiratis at Careers UAE 2013 fair
Apr 29, 2013
Four in five women interviewed say Emiratisation has helped them in their careers, while only about two-thirds of the men agree. Read Article Emiratisation brings greater equality for UAE women
Apr 26, 2013
The committee calls for greater Emiratisation efforts, including subsidies and specific workday timings. Read Article FNC calls for private sector pay subsidies
Apr 24, 2013
Emirati tourism 'ambassadors' were told about the need to get tourists to taste Emirati food.
Read Article Whetting appetites for Emirati food
Across 19 separate disciplines, ranging from robotics to health and social care, entrants battle it out to prove their abilities in their chosen field.
Read Article Emirati hopefuls fight for first place in Emirates Skills competition
Apr 23, 2013
Al Ain Zoo says its Emiratisation strategy has attracted a 160 Emirati employees, who account for 33 per cent of their workforce. Read Article Al Ain Zoo celebrates results of focused Emiratisation programme
Apr 21, 2013
Azza Al Mughairy is the ambassador at the Monte Carlo Beach Club. The 26-year-old turned her back on a career in banking when the tourism and cultural authority offered her a job. Read Article 'People's perceptions will change', says UAE ambassador
Fatma Al Shabibi, 35, is the brand ambassador for the Kempinski Hotel at the Mall of the Emirates - the "lady in red". Read Article 'Who stays and helps the UAE grow? It's us'
A programme that teaches Emiratis how to promote their country has seen a surge in applications since it was opened to the public last year. Read Article Emiratis working to promote their country
Apr 17, 2013
The UAE is looking to recruit a team of Emirati CIA specialists - certified internal auditors. Read Article Crack group of Emiratis sought for elite audit duties
Apr 15, 2013
The head of Dubai Government's workforce development programme says Emiratis graduates should view work in the private sector as a contribution to the nation. Read Article Enter private sector 'for benefit of the UAE'
The private sector has been told not to attract Emiratis on the basis of salary, but on the basis of career progression and other benefits.
Read Article Push to get UAE nationals in private-sector jobs
Controls required to help guard against a repeat of the boom and bust cycle in the Dubai property market, Masood Ahmed, the director of the IMF’s Middle East and Central Asia Department, said. IMF official urges caution amid resurgence in Dubai property
With Muslim families, you must say "mashallah" with every compliment lest someone think you are jealous and have the evil eye. Mashallah: what it means, when to say it and why you should
Some warn of a return to the dark days of 2006 and 2007, but Sunni political pragmatism may show a peaceful way forward. Analysis by Iraq historian Reidar Visser
How Iraq can pull back from the brink
Pain in lower back forces world No 2 to look beyond second grand slam tournament in the calendar year. Andy Murray pulls out of French Open through injury
The cruise industry is no closer to winning a reprieve on entry visas in the Emirates despite a drive to boost tourism numbers. Visa costs slow tide of cruise visitors to the UAE
From Morocco to Lebanon and Turkey, the musical festival scene is thriving in the region, offering eclectic acts and stunning scenery.
Our guide to this summer's Middle Eastern music festivals
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