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UAE Exchange participates in Careers UAE, 2015

Emphasis laid on TALEEM, the UAE Exchange initiative for Emiratisation

UAE Exchange, a leading global remittance, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand, based in the UAE is participating in Careers UAE 2015.

UAE Exchange is an equal opportunity employer, which provides the right environment for every employee to contribute and prosper. In line with Government’s vision, UAE Exchange provides the following opportunities to UAE Nationals for career development:

1. Full time employment
2. Part Time Employment (Most beneficial for the college students and married women).
3. Taaleem (Regular Internship and summer placement programme for students).

The full time employment is a great opportunity for UAE Nationals seeking job opportunities. The work phase will be 8 hours a day with weekly off on Friday and Saturday. This employment opportunity gives the UAE nationals ample learning. Candidates, who have completed high school, are eligible to apply for this opportunity.

The part time employment was introduced in the organization keeping in mind the college goers, and housewives. This employment gives the employees an exposure in today’s corporate life and the most benefited are the students, who shape into thorough professionals by the end of their academics.

This is a 4-hour opportunity, which enables the employee to maintain greater work-life balance. UAE Exchange also believes in retaining talent by absorbing the part timers to full time employment opportunities.

Taaleem provides the opportunity for UAE Nationals to be a part of the fast growing corporate entity. Currently UAE natives form 12% of the total workforce at UAE Exchange, which has always lent a helping hand for the development of UAE Nationals by giving them training and employment opportunities.

The remittance major has a wide breadth of operations spanning 32 countries across five continents with over 750 branches, which holds enough might and opportunity to make a significant contribution to the Emiratisation programme.