UAE postpones good conduct requirement for some workers

The UAE’s Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has delayed the implementation of a new good conduct certificate requirement for some workers until June, according to reports. It applies to all foreigners seeking work in the UAE but not those ... ( read original story ...)

Nine in 10 UAE companies to hire this year – survey

Business management (29 per cent), commerce (28 per cent ... A total of 1,883 respondents in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan,and Pakistan ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Investments’ University of Balamand to open UAE campus

Dubai Investments has announced its Lebanese education subsidiary University of Balamand will open its first UAE campus later this year. The Dubai Investments Park-based facility will be spread across 75,000 square feet at DI House and is the university ... ( read original story ...)

Emirates plans new Auckland-Bali-Dubai flights

From June 14 2018, the new Dubai-Bali-Auckland service will run daily using a three-class Boeing 777 aircraft, offering eight private suites in first class: AusBT review: Emirates Boeing 777 first class Behind that, a 42-seat business class cabin ... ( read original story ...)

UAE luxury retailers want digital connect with Chinese shoppers

It operates multiple outlets at The Dubai Mall, and where it recently opened a boutique ... of these — eCommerce and physical stores — as the two engines to build a business. You can’t have one at the expense of the other. “In the luxury market ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai trials bus on demand service

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA ... to target workers (23 per cent), occupational specialists (15 per cent) and retail and services business (62 per cent). ( read original story ...)

Dubai’s Emirates announces new Auckland route via Bali

Dubai carrier Emirates has announced plans to launch a daily ... The service will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER with eight seats in first class, 42 in business class and 304 seats in economy class and 20 tonnes of cargo capacity. Emirates president ... ( read original story ...)