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du to offer opportunities to UAE nationals during Tawdheef 2018

du will provide career opportunities for Young Emiratis at ‘Tawdheef 2018’ in Abu Dhabi

du to offer opportunities to UAE nationals during Tawdheef 2018
The seminars will be open to the visitors upon registration on the website.

du from Emirates integrated telecommunications company, has announced plans to offer new job opportunities for UAE nationals during Tawdheef 2018.

The jobs will be across various business functions within the organisations at Tawdheef 2018 in Abu Dhabi, and will additionally support universities in Abu Dhabi by offering student internships and summer training opportunities.

During Tawdheef 2018, du will participate in two seminars, the first is ‘How Work Can Be Fun' by du's Dr. Mansoor Anwar, senior director Employee Happiness. The second seminar will be on Navigating the Transition from College to Career by du's Dr. Alia AlSerkal, senior director Human Capital Development.

Tawdheef 2018 aims to bring UAE nationals from all field to meet and interact with officials from various organisations, as well as present their skills and qualifications with recruitment agencies and HR professionals.

The seminars will be open to the visitors upon registration on the website.

The annual event will be held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from 29 - 31 Jan 2018, stand number 420, hall 1.

 

 

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