By Georgia Daleure
This ebook combines vintage and up to date stories investigating demanding situations to Emiratization – complete employment of Emirati nationals who make up in basic terms approximately 10% of the complete staff – within the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The publication bargains a accomplished assessment of the occasions resulting in the country’s quick progress and improvement, in addition to vital social and cultural concerns bobbing up because the state transitioned from an remoted conventional economic climate to an open globalized one, and explores the categorical demanding situations of incorporating Emiratis of their personal vivid financial system. This subject is of curiosity to students, policymakers, and people contemplating making an investment or looking employment within the UAE because it emerged as a Western-friendly, politically strong, and prospering oil-producing state in a area affected by political, social, and monetary turmoil.
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Additional resources for Emiratization in the UAE Labor Market: Opportunities and Challenges
Enabling ﬁnancial markets to become the key ﬁnanciers of economic growth (p. 45). Points 4 and 6 speciﬁcally address issues related to Emiratization and the UAE labor market and are elaborated upon as “the creation of higher-value employment opportunities, especially for Nationals, and maximizing participation of women in the workforce” (Government of Abu Dhabi 2008, p. 5). In the economic vision, the government of Abu Dhabi stresses the importance of improving the efﬁciency of the labor market while at the same time developing a highly skilled and highly productive workforce in which Emiratis are expected to fully participate.
The ﬁndings of the study help to explain the discomfort, bewilderment, and isolation felt by some Emirati employees in private sector workplaces dominated by Western business practices and expectations. The study found that Emirati national culture, as a subset of Arab culture, consists of values, beliefs, perceptions, and practices that are not consistent with those found in the majority of private sector workplaces. 1 illustrates some of the major areas of interest. 1 is presented to fully understand misperceptions that may occur in workplaces in which the corporate structure and culture is different than the employees’ culture and expectations.
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