The U.A.E. government approved a new visa system designed to attract top foreign talents in fields such as medicine, science and research to the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said on Sunday, reports Bloomberg
In recent years, the way in which the financial markets have moved and the emergence of negative rates do not match anything that is taught in the economics textbooks. Fortunately, 2017 should confirm the return to normal that began at the end of this year.
The gender gap is particularly wide in the Middle East and North Africa, but some countries are working hard to narrow it. The Arab States have some of the highest disparities of all the 145 countries assessed in the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Gender Gap Report, but the UAE for example has been improving
Ben Flanagan spoke to Jane Drury, CEO of ME Digital Group, about launching ExpatWoman.com in 2002 – and how the site has grown with the corresponding boom in Dubai’s population.
In 2003, Norway became the first country in the world to impose a gender quota, requiring listed firms to raise the proportion of women on their boards to 40 percent. And in the UAE, at least 20 percent of the candidates for a listed company’s board should be women
There are a number of organisations in the UAE that help women achieve their business goals, whether that be in starting their own business, returning to work after a break, smashing the glass ceiling at work, or investing in start-ups
Two agencies that aim to help more women into work have sprung up in the UAE, to address […]
All of the regional countries ranked in the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap report fall in the bottom third of the index, which measures 145 states according to factors like women’s economic participation, educational attainment, health and political empowerment
The UAE saw an ‘expat exodus’ over summer – at least that’s according to some shipping companies and news reports
Fewer jobs were advertised in the UAE during July, says Ben Flanagan, but one profession saw a particularly healthy growth in the number of work opportunities: medicine.