United Arab Emirates
The United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven previously autonomous sheikhdoms. Formed in 1971 and rich in oil and natural gas, the United Arab Emirates lies on the Southern shores of the Arabian Gulf between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman.
How should you answer the question 'Why do you want to work for the Emirates Group'?
Some ideas: Idea 1 The Emirates the fastest growing Airline and renowned airline in the world. The quality,innovation and to customer expectation is excellent and high class. Working with people from different nationalities is an opportunity. Emirates and certainly far more growing reputed company than other airlines. High performing Cabin Crew services. It is also a highly successful airline. Idea 2 emirates is the fastest growing airline in the wold,they are elite,exceptional and provide the best customer service Idea 3 falls within the area of interest Idea 4 Because your company have excellent organization that allow me to increase knowledge and my skills Idea 5 Because your company have excellent organization that allow me to increase knowledge and my skills and emirates is the fasterst growing airline in the wold,they are elit,exceptional and provide the best Idea 6 One of the reasons that people usually want to join the Emirates Group is because it pays good salary. The other reason is for people to grow in their careers. Idea 7 cause they give you free lollypops Note from a Previous Employee Even the Indian Managers that go abroad carry the same egotistical mentality with them. Don't ever go to Emirates Airlines IT department (EG-IT) in Dubai to work. It's full of Indian managers who just like to scream at their Indian subordinates in full view of the entire office. Unfortunately, those poor souls are stuck there as they often come from Indian consultancies e.g. CSC, and they are penalised if they break their contracts. One guy told me he would have to pay lakhs to get out of working for Emirates as an end client so he has to do his two years jail sentence. I feel so sorry for these lower grade Consultants as they are often the brightest, most considerate workers but they are made to bleed while their idiot Indian bosses take all the credit. As an ex-pat working there, I also suffered at the hands of two different Indian managers but at least I could escape when I had enough! I'm now working for professional people (i.e. non-Indians) in a professional company (i.e. a non-Indian company).
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What is the postcode for the United Arab Emirates?
Cities and towns in the UAE do not use ZIP (or Postal) codes. There are NO postcodes ANYWHERE in the UAE and no street deliveries of mail. Most people get their mail at their employers address, through their own registered post box, or through door-to-door courier deliveries. A typical postal address is: Joe Smith XYZ Corporation LLC PO Box 12345 Al Ain U.A.E. The national postal service, Emirates Post (see link below) also has a system of "Public Post Boxes", here people can have mail sent to a common post office box and then have to collect if directly from the post office. It is VERY difficult to convince some post office clerks in places like the UK that this is how it is. The same applies to filling in on-line forms where a postal code (or ZIP code) is a mandatory field. Normally, entering 0000 (4 zero's) is sufficient to bypass this. The international telephone dialing code is (00) 971 and then the city code followed by the number
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Why one would want to work for emirates?
The Emirates Group is a highly profitable business with a turnover of approximately US$ 12 billion and over 40,000 employees. The Group comprises of Dnata, the successful Airport Ground Services and Travel Industry division, and Emirates, the Group's rapidly expanding and award winning international airline. Emirates global network now sees it flying to over 100 destinations across 6 continents, operating a modern fleet of over 130 wide-bodied aircraft. Today the Airline has orders worth over US$ 58 billion for 170 more of the latest aircraft, with plans to operate to many more destinations in the months and years ahead. Essential to our continued business success as we expand will be the ongoing employment of high quality people to join our multi-cultural team of over 150 nationalities. Dubai, a tourism centre and modern cosmopolitan city with high standards of healthcare, education and leisure pursuits for residents offers those we hire one of the most desirable lifestyle locations in the world. In addition to lifestyle and tax free salary benefits, the Emirates Group also offers professional development opportunities to help employees develop new skills and grow their careers successfully.
Where is telephone country code 971?
Country code +971 (dialed as 00 971 from many places) is the United Arab Emirates. When calling the UAE from other countries, you must drop the trunk prefix '0' from the beginning of the UAE number. For example, Dubai's area code 04 becomes +971 4. Area codes are as follows: +971 2: Abu Dhabi +971 3: Al Ain +971 4: Dubai +971 50 or +971 56: Etisalat mobiles (nationwide) +971 52 or +971 55: Du mobiles (nationwide) +971 7: Ras Al Khaimah +971 9: Fujairah (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)