du reiterates its commitment to Emirati empowerment

Operator to participate in National Careers Exhibition 2018 in Sharjah
At the career exhibition, du will be offering roles across its key business functions.
At the career exhibition, du will be offering roles across its key business functions.

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du will participate at the ‘National Career Exhibition’ to be held from 7-9 February 2018 at the Expo Centre, Sharjah. 

The primary aim of the show is to promote and enhance the integration of national manpower into the country’s workforce, and in the process help assist the government in its bid to increase the number of its citizens employed in the private sector.

“At du we are proud to be offering potential candidates an opportunity to grow their careers with us, and our participation at the ‘National Career Exhibition’ is testament to this. We are boosting our employee engagement level through learning and development programmes, as well as wellness and happiness initiatives, to offer employees more than just a job. du is committed to promoting, and contributing, towards a knowledge-based economy, as we believe in the potential of the UAE youth and experienced professionals, “ said Ali Al Mansoori, VP- human capital development at du.

At the career exhibition, du will be offering roles across its key business functions, and will be offering potential candidates an array of opportunities for stretching their career paths and preparing them for the next level; and help fresh graduates kick-start their careers in the ICT field through the MASAR Programme. du has developed a recruitment platform, designed to create a smoother application experience for job seekers.

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