MoHRE Organizes 100 Recruitment Open Days, Facilitating Job Opportunities for Emiratis

MoHRE Organizes 100 Recruitment Open Days, Facilitating Job Opportunities for Emiratis

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has successfully organized 100 recruitment open days across the UAE between January and May 2023.

These events brought together over 340 private sector companies, actively offering job opportunities to Emiratis. The initiative by MoHRE underscores the commitment to empower Emirati nationals by connecting them with a wide range of employment prospects.

These recruitment open days serve as a platform for fostering collaboration between job seekers and companies, promoting workforce diversity, and creating a conducive environment for Emirati talent to thrive in various sectors of the economy.

The open days were held in partnership with local human resources departments, Majalis across the UAE, as well as the Higher Colleges of Technology, Zayed University, University of Dubai, and the Fatima College of Health Sciences, for jobs that were advertised on the Nafis platform.

Farida Al Ali, Assistant Undersecretary of National Human Resources Employment at MoHRE, said, “The recruitment open days, organized in collaboration with the private sector, play a vital role in facilitating the employment of Emiratis by organizing immediate job interviews based on the vacancies and job descriptions.”

According to Al Ali, the growing demand from young nationals for open days underlines their eagerness to contribute their best abilities and enhance their position in the UAE job market.

“The Ministry is looking for appropriate job opportunities and accordingly is working with private sector partners to secure job interviews, monitor interview results, evaluate the rate of acceptance and employment, and address any obstacles to guarantee the best results,” she explained.

According to the Ministry data, as of the end of May 2023, more than 68,000 UAE nationals were employed in over 16,000 establishments across all fields in the private sector.

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