Abu Dhabi Airports participates in Tawdheef Recruitment Show 2018

Held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, the annual recruitment and career development event is set to run from 29 - 31 January 2018
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Abu Dhabi Airports will utilise the event to engage prospective talent by highlighting its brand identity, as well as showcasing its latest developments over the past year.
Abu Dhabi Airports will utilise the event to engage prospective talent by highlighting its brand identity, as well as showcasing its latest developments over the past year.

One of the hundreds of homegrown companies participating at the Tawdheef Recruitment Show 2018, the Emiratisation and career development event for UAE Nationals, Abu Dhabi Airports has reaffirmed its commitment towards supporting the nation’s Emiratization initiative.

Commenting on its participation, Abdul Majeed Al Khoori, acting CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports said: “Abu Dhabi Airports’ performance and growth is driven by our people, including the local talent. We focus on attracting the most capable professionals and providing them with the tools and opportunities to develop themselves throughout their careers. In line with UAE Vision 2021, we aim to employ the full potential of the UAE’s human capital”.

Abu Dhabi Airports will utilise the event to engage prospective talent by highlighting its brand identity, as well as showcasing its latest developments over the past year. Visitors to its stand will have the opportunity to find out more information on the aviation environment and industry dynamics.

“The Tawdheef Recruitment Show is a gateway for the UAE and its businesses to access the best and most qualified professionals in the country. We look forward to exchanging knowledge and expertise with the visitors, and highlight Abu Dhabi Airports’ strengths that make it a portal for ideas, technology and creativity,” added Al Khoori.

Held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, the annual recruitment and career development event is set to run from 29 – 31 January 2018

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