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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Career fair to employ 1,000 national service recruits kicks off in Abu Dhabi

An initiative to accelerate the employment of 1,000 national service recruits in the private sector in 100 days, kicked off on Wednesday at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Center (ADNEC).

An initiative to accelerate the employment of 1,000 national service recruits in the private sector in 100 days, kicked off on Wednesday at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Center (ADNEC).

Organized by Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization in collaboration with the National Service and Reserve Authority, the open day saw the participation of a large number of national service recruits.

During the event, officials from 21 participating companies interviewed job seekers from national service recruits to assess their skills and capabilities. The open day saw 213 job vacancies in various fields, including sales, customer service, management, administration, engineering, computers and programming.

The MoHRE will soon announce the results of the job fair, including how many applicants were recruited and offered contracts, and how many applicants were placed on a candidate list for a job. The results will also look at those applicants who were unable to pass their interviews.

Another open day for the recruitment of national service employees in the private sector will be announced at a later date, as part of MoHRE’s collaboration with the National Service and Reserves Authority.

Worth noting that the Ministry manages open career fairs through four phases. The first involves participants registering on a smart platform upon arrival, which allows them to choose three available employment opportunities. The second phase involves offering professional guidance to educate job seekers about the importance of the target sector and the available job opportunities, and make sure of jobseekers’ readiness for the job interviews, while the third phase aims to train job seekers how to conduct interviews, and fourth is to conduct the interview.

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