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EFS part­ners with­Dawamee, a job scheme ini­ti­ated by Emi­rates Foun­da­tion

- Business · United Arab Emirates

EFS, a lead­ing fa­cil­i­ties man­age­ment ser­vice provider in the re­gion, has part­nered with Dawamee, an em­ploy­ment scheme ini­ti­ated by Emi­rates Foun­da­tion to pro­vide work op­por­tu­ni­ties for Emi­ratis.

Un­der this pro­gramme, the EFS has hired its first batch of 15 UAE na­tion­als with di­verse cre­den­tials, hav­ing un­der­taken an agree­ment to em­ploy and nur­ture UAE tal­ent in the lo­cal fa­cil­i­ties man­age­ment in­dus­try, pledg­ing to build a close part­ner­ship with Dawamee.

Tariq Chauhan, CEO of EFS Fa­cil­i­ties Ser­vices Group, said, “EFS has taken this ini­tia­tive of en­hanc­ing em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties for more than one hun­dred UAE na­tion­als within the next 24 months”

Mo­hanna Al Muhairi, Emi­rates Foun­da­tion chief of staff, said: “Dawamee is an in­no­va­tive pro­gramme which tar­gets UAE Na­tion­als over 18 years old, and key pri­or­i­ties are given to those who face in­di­vid­ual em­ploy­ment chal­lenges, such as peo­ple of de­ter­mi­na­tion, low in­come in­di­vid­u­als and those liv­ing in re­mote lo­ca­tions across the UAE.” ( Staff Re­port)

 ??  ?? EFS CEO Tariq Chauhan, Emi­rates Foun­da­tion chief of staffMo­hanna Al Muhairi and oth­ers in Dubai.
EFS CEO Tariq Chauhan, Emi­rates Foun­da­tion chief of staffMo­hanna Al Muhairi and oth­ers in Dubai.

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