150 Emiratis to boost talent pool of UAE Exchange

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150 Emiratis to boost talent pool of UAE Exchange
UAE Exchange president Y. Sudhir Kumar Shetty with the Emiratisation team at Careers UAE 2016.

UAE Exchange reiterates its commitment towards the government's vision of Emiratisation.

By Saman Haziq

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Published: Thu 19 May 2016, 12:00 AM

Last updated: Thu 19 May 2016, 2:27 PM

The United Arab Emirates is home to a strong work force of millions, but of late, the country is witnessing a rise in the demand for skilled workers. In alignment with the UAE government's vision, both public and private sector organisations are playing their role in bridging this gap.
One such organisation in the private sector is UAE Exchange, the leading global remittance, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand.
Participating for the ninth time in the Careers UAE 2016, UAE Exchange reiterates its commitment towards the government's vision of Emiratisation. With the objective of raising the numbers of nationals working in the organisation, it plans to recruit 150 UAE nationals through this platform for its branch operations, spread across the seven emirates.
"Remittance industry is one of the major contributors to the economy of the UAE. Inspite of the slump in oil prices and global economic volatility, this industry has steadily grown and offers various growth opportunities. As one of the major remittance brands, our focus has been to create a knowledgeable and competent talent pool that is always a step closer to its customers across communities.
Taleem, one of our popular internship and training programme, has always attracted Emiratis. It helps Emirati students to gain intensive on-the-job training, enhance industry knowledge, develop professional skills as well as earn a stipend and certificate after completion of the programme," said Y.Sudhir Kumar Shetty, President, UAE Exchange.
The exchange also offers Emiratis with the convenience of choosing their job location, mentorship by experienced senior staff, practical training programme in Arabic and English all-year- round, employee engagement and skill development programmes among others.
Known for their customer centricity and excellence in service, UAE Exchange was recently conferred with the Dubai Quality Gold Award, making it the first ever remittance brand to win such a coveted award. The brand was also ranked among the top best employers to work with in the UAE by Great Place to Work Institute.
Thousands of Emiratis attended the Careers UAE 2016 at the World Trade Centre from May 16 to 18. The recruitment and training exhibition saw the presence of more than 110 public and private sector companies.
Careers UAE is the leading national platform for both, job seekers as well as employers looking for skilled, bright Emirati talent.
saman@khaleejtimes.com



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