Dubai Placement tech Company: Hitmakers – Come to work in the Emirates

“One of the hot topics today is how to bring Israeli talent here, especially on the technological side.”One of the hot topics today is how to bring Israeli talent here, especially on the technological side.”This is an attractive point for anyone who would be interested in moving here”.

13:09 GMT, Saturday, November 28, 2020
As early as next year we will see Israeli engineers working in Dubai, says Rojiana Chavli, CEO of ERC International, a placement firm based in Dubai that attended the first Dubai-Israel meeting. “Bringing Israeli talent here, especially on the technological side,”To bring Israeli talent here, particularly on the technological side. And Israelis come from different ethnic groups, so when you look at the demographics of the UAE, where people come from all over, I think it would be a fitting match. ‘To those involved in coming here,’ she explained.

Chavli advises working with a government corporation on pay issues, where she believes salaries appear to be better than in the private sector. “Wages vary between private companies and government ministries and semi-governments, and the higher wages are most likely on the government side,” she said. In foreign firms such as Google and Microsoft working in the UAE, though the pay is the same as the levels charged in their offices in the rest of the world, she notes. “International companies generally pay well, and they will be coordinated with other countries when it comes to salary,” she said. “It is a tax-exempt environment, which adds value of its own.”This is a tax-exempt environment that adds its own value.

Chavli advises working with a government corporation on pay issues, where she believes salaries appear to be better than in the private sector. “Wages vary between private companies and government ministries and semi-governments, and the higher wages are most likely on the government side,” she said. In foreign firms such as Google and Microsoft working in the UAE, though the pay is the same as the levels charged in their offices in the rest of the world, she notes. “International companies generally pay well, and they will be coordinated with other countries when it comes to salary,” she said. “It is a tax-exempt environment, which adds value of its own.”This is a tax-exempt environment that adds its own value.

In addition to helping to locate Israeli jobs for businesses working in the Emirates, a company set up four and a half years ago by Chablis is providing assistance to Israeli companies seeking to launch and work in the Emirates. In all legal ways, the facilities it provides include identifying local employees, issuing visas and assistance.

“We provide all the services,” she promised. She is now negotiating with investors in Israel to recruit workers, but in the first half of this year she is considering opening an office in Israel. Around the same time, her organization is seeking to identify options for remote work in Israel because she says there is a challenge “not only in Israel but in all emerging markets.” in attracting skilled workers.

Asked if she estimates that next year there will be Israeli engineers in Dubai, she responded, “Absolutely yes, that’s what we’re looking for,” adding that she already has a customer looking for information and data engineers.