Reader grate­ful to those who cared for hurt child

7 Days in Dubai - - ENTERTAINMENT -

I would like to take this op­por­tu­nity to say a huge Thank You to a lady named Kim, the staff of Splash’n’party, as well as the am­bu­lance crew, staff, nurses and doc­tors of Rashid hospi­tal, all of whom helped a lit­tle girl with a nasty cut to her head, and her very wor­ried mum. It’s times like this when we need to re­mem­ber to thank those who look af­ter our lit­tle ones, be it in the home, in school, while at play, or while un­well. Thank You Laura Dubai spe­cific na­tion­al­ity, even though I my­self am Asian I don’t fall into that cat­e­gory. (I’m sure most of the read­ers would un­der­stand the pre­ferred na­tion­al­i­ties with­out me men­tion­ing it here). Then, my age, late thir­ties. Doesn’t ex­pe­ri­ence count at all. Does skin colour and be­ing a cer­tain na­tion­al­ity carry more im­por­tance than ex­pe­ri­ence to com­pa­nies? Now I’ve given up seek­ing for a job and have planned to leave. Since this topic fi­nally ap­peared in the pa­pers, I thought of shar­ing my ex­pe­ri­ence as well. To all the em­ploy­ers, please stop look­ing for a cer­tain age, cer­tain na­tion­al­ity when hir­ing ev­ery in­di­vid­ual ap­plies for a job with lot of hopes. Stop this sort of dis­crim­i­na­tion. We are all hu­mans and have come to this great coun­try to feed our fam­i­lies back home. But we all have dig­nity and re­spect. Treat us so. Thank you 7DAYS for open­ing the door for this dis­cus­sion.

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