2,200 visit Dubal stand at Careers UAE
Dubai, May 8, 2013
Almost 2,200 people visited Dubai Aluminium (Dubal)’s exhibition stand at the 13th annual Careers Show Exhibition (Careers UAE 2013) which recently took place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Many submitted their resumés in the hopes of obtaining employment at the UAE’s industrial flagship, a statement from the company said.
The event, held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai), enables UAE nationals in all fields of expertise to meet directly with recruiters and hiring managers — thus facilitating the fulfilment of the UAE’s Emiratisation strategy.
Since its inception, Careers UAE has evolved into one of the biggest and most sought-after forums for aspiring work-seekers to meet with prospective employers and obtain information regarding the various training and career options available.
As such, it also provides an excellent platform for raising the corporate profile of companies, enabling them to attract the interest of high-calibre candidates for recruitment. Over 80 employers, educational institutions and professional bodies participated in Careers UAE 2013.
“Having participated annually since the inaugural event, this year marked the thirteenth year that Dubal has leveraged the opportunities presented by Careers UAE. Once again, the response was extremely positive, confirming DUBAL’s status as an employer of choice in the region and a leading recruiter of UAE Nationals,” said Sultan Al Sabri, vice president of human resources & organisation development.
“As in prior years, students were able to enter their information directly into our database, making it readily available for use in identifying potential talent to meet our organisational requirements in terms of age group, background, qualifications and skills.”
“Live interviews were held with key candidates during the exhibition; and a team of our recruitment officers is busy segregating the job applications received during Careers UAE 2013 by discipline and qualification, so as to compare them with Dubal’s manning needs,” he added.
Dubal’s participation in the annual Careers UAE forms part of the initiatives undertaken by the company’s national programmes & development department so as to increase the proportion of UAE nationals in the organisation.
Other activities include several training and career development programmes for UAE nationals, including pre-employment courses in several disciplines, a work placement programme for tertiary students, a comprehensive graduate training programme, a scholarship scheme and a development pool that aids in career growth and succession planning. Currently, the proportion of UAE National representation at senior management level is above 65 per cent. – TradeArabia News Service
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