Companies in the UAE were ranked for happiest firms in 2019

The best global companies were ranked in term of employee’s happiness and pride in the organisation, according to the Great Place to Work (GPTW) institute.  

The companies were assigned scores and as much as two-thirds of the rating was based on the confidential feedback of the employees, while the remaining score was attained from an audit of management and HR practices.  To qualify for consideration in this year’s ranking, companies must have employed more than 5,000 workers globally. More than 8,000 organizations participated in the survey, representing the voices of more than 12 million workers worldwide.Companies in the UAE were ranked for happiest firms in 2019World’s 25 best places to work.

UAE benefits from a sustainable and diversified economy, flexible in adopting new economic models, and capitalising on global economic partnerships to guarantee long-term prosperity for current and future generations of Emiratis. 

The UAE maintains strong financial reserves and has a durable banking sector, which makes it safe for investment.  The UAE plans to spend AED six billion on major infrastructure developments across the country, including road networks and federal buildings.  Dubai also is implementing new projects for hosting World Expo in 2020; AED 30 billion will be spent on infrastructure at the Expo site and the city. The policy of economic diversification has led into impressive development in key sectors such as tourism, air transport, trade, financial services, manufacturing and alternative energy. 

The UAE maintains strong financial reserves and has a durable banking sector, which makes it safe for investment.  The UAE plans to spend AED six billion on major infrastructure developments across the country, including road networks and federal buildings.  Dubai also is implementing new projects for hosting World Expo in 2020; AED 30 billion will be spent on infrastructure at the Expo site and the city. The policy of economic diversification has led into impressive development in key sectors such as tourism, air transport, trade, financial services, manufacturing and alternative energy.  UAE is still continuing to grow economically and with the current plans, projects and also introducing the world’s first Cultural Visa – long stay for talented people and to sustain stability of the economic growth.

Now more jobs available than ever with less efforts, check below with some top world’s paid jobs in UAE according to a researcher.  Chief financial officer, Chief Marketing officer, Director Human Resources 1140000 AED/ £253,056, Construction Director 1200000 AED/£266,390, Chief Operating officer 1,440,00

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