DCT holds second forum for Dubai hospitality sector

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by Patrick Ryan | Published 3 months ago

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More than 100 human resources experts from the Dubai hospitality sector attended the second DCT HR Forum organised by the Dubai College of Tourism (DCT).

Participants at DCT Forum (1)The Forum is designed to provide recruitment and training specialists in hotels the opportunity to get a better understanding of UAE’s labour laws and find solutions to various work-related challenges.

During the event held at The Address – Boulevard Hotel, government and private sector speakers addressed the delegates, covering topics such as Emiratisation, labour laws and recruitment of staff.

Olivier R. Harnisch, CEO of Emaar Hospitality praised the work done by DCT and highlighted the fact that its Emiratisation objectives align with that of Emaar Hospitality.

Major Majid AlZarouni, head of licensing department, Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA), a unit of Dubai Police that is responsible for the training of security guards, spoke on issues related to the hiring of security guards including their visas and salaries.

Ahmed Mohamed Alhosany, assistant legal researcher, Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, gave an update on labour laws, and answered questions on overtime work, sharing of staff under a single visa and working on Fridays.

He also announced that as a part of the UAE’s Year of Giving, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has launched a WhatsApp Hotline service in Arabic to cater to queries on labour rules and regulations and related topics.

Jeff Strachan, director, Business Development at DCT, gave an overview on DCT, its future direction and current programmes including  its interactive training course, Dubai Way, designed for government and private sector staff engaged in tourist interaction roles in various service sectors.

 









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