Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Red, Yellow and Green category in KSA – A bitter truth about Saudization!

Saudi Arabia has now defined 3 different categories for firms. Green, Yellow and Red. The private firms in Saudi Arab will be awarded these categories on their performance in employing Saudi’s. According to a rough estimate more than half million Saudi’s are unemployed and the number of legal expats working in private firms exceeds 8 million.

The firms that fall in Red category won’t be allowed to extend the work-visas of their expat employees whereas the firms falling in Green category will be allowed to do so. If a company wants to earn a green category status then it will have to maintain a rich percentage of Saudi employees in it. Otherwise it will fall into the red category.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Male Promoters Required by Mavin International

Mavin International is looking for Male Promoters.

Available positions:
Abu Dhabi      50
Dubai              30
Sharjah            20
Ajman             20

Interviews have already started.
Immediate availability required (6 days a week & 8 hours a day).
Pay: TBC on selection.

Please follow this subject format “Location, Visa status, Availability & any prior experience” to send your CV.

Best of Luck to all candidates.

Send your CV’s to hr.mavinint@gmail.com

Friday, May 20, 2011

Dubai Jobs Market Gets More Attention Due to Middle East Crisis

Political revolution in Middle East has interestingly created more attraction in Dubai jobs market. People who one were doing job in Egypt, Tunisia, Iran and Saudi Arabia now think that Dubai is a much better place for them to do job. Dubai jobs market has revived a bit and interestingly it is in a much better position than it was in previous years. Therefore, people (especially foreigners) now prefer doing job in Dubai and UAE.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

How To Win a Job in Dubai – tips to have a successful interview

Did you fail to get a job in Dubai due to a bad interview or are you afraid that you will fail a job interview? Well here are some interesting tips for you to make your interview a successful one and get a job in Dubai.

Generally people looking for jobs in Dubai get them through submitting their resumes online or through references. When they receive an interview call they just collect their documents, get dressed up for the interview and go to the organization or company from where they received an interview call. They do not carry out any kind of search about the employer, its history in relevant industry and its market reputation. This is one of the biggest mistakes done by them.