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Four great co-working spaces in Dubai

Flexible working in Dubai is on the rise, and for good reason – it can decrease stress and improve your productivity, among other benefits. If you’re able to work remotely, you may be tempted to stay at home in your pyjamas. However, sometimes a change of scene can really boost your concentration! Luckily, we’re spoilt

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How you can encourage happiness in your workplace

To celebrate International Week of Happiness at Work, we’re shining a light on workplace morale! As an employer, there are a number of steps you can take in order to encourage a positive culture in the office. Not only will it benefit your current employees, but it can also help you attract fantastic candidates through

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How to stay active when it’s too hot outside the office

Unlike other cities in the world, staying active during the work day can seem impossible in Dubai during the summer months. With average temperatures during the day nudging 40°C, it’s not the ideal environment in which to take a walk around the block to get your legs moving after sitting at your desk all day,

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Four benefits of adopting flexible working in Dubai

Flexible working defines the practice of working away from the office – by either working at home, or being able to start late / finish early to suit individual lifestyles. Flexible working practices have become increasingly common around the world, with almost 50% of full-time workers in the UK now working with flexible hours, according

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How will Expo2020 affect Dubai’s recruitment sector?

October 20th 2020 marks the launch of Expo2020, the largest event to ever take place in the UAE. Over the course of six months, the city will play host to an exposition of hundreds of pavilions – all themed to 190 different countries. Showcasing the best of each country through exhibitions, events, live entertainment, food

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A guide to Emiratisation

Earlier this year, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced plans to activate Article 14 of the UAE Labour Law, which mandates the prioritising of Emiratis over expats in the hiring process. While Emiratisation has existed for over a decade, this renewed emphasis on hiring locally aims to increase the number of Emiratis in

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Breaking down Dubai’s salary packages

Moving to a new country is an exciting and rewarding endeavour, with the potential for personal and career growth. No more is this more obvious than Dubai, a city that ranks ninth in the world for career progression amongst expats.1 However, as with any move to a new country with a different legal system, it’s worth educating

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