Thursday, October 30, 2014
The order of sequence given below are: Name. Address, Tel (*), Fax (*), e-mail/ Web Page, Remarks
PO Box 27495, Abu Dhabi
207, Seddiqui Building, Khalid Bin Walid Road, PO Box 43434, Dubai
Advanced Recruitment Services
Suit 1420, White Crown Building, Sh Zayed Road, Dubai
AGN MAK Executive Resourcing
PO Box 62303, 14th floor, Al Reem Tower, Dubai
CVs by e-mail for registration.
Sun-Thu 9:00 AM -6:00 PM
Al Douli Manpower Supply
Timing: 8:00-1:00/ 5:00-8:00
Al Kawasizimi Centre – Rec. Services
Mostly for Oil & Gas jobs.
Al Otaiba Oilfield Services
PO Box 238, Abu Dhabi
Al Madina Agencies & Services
PO Box 114, Abu Dhabi
PO Box 71770,
Al Sondos Marketing & Placement Consultants
P.o. Box 5050, Dubai
A1 SBS Services
73, International Pvt Hosp Bldg, Nasser Square, Dubai
Misc. jobs. Free registration.
PO Box 3994, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for Oil & Gas companies. 8 AM to 5 PM (Sat -Thu).
CVs can be posted on the website.
A F Ferguson
Suit 116, Holiday Centre, P O Box 7219, Dubai
Client need based recruitment at senior levels.
102, Juma Al majid Building, Bank Street, Dubai
104, Al Kamda Bldg, Opp. Modern Bakery, Dubai
Arabian Centre Employment Services
P.O. Box 500346 Dubai
Asia-Gulf Recruitment Services Est.
Timing: 9:00 - 1:00/ 4:00 -8:00.
Beresford Blake Thomas (BBT) Limited
P.O. Box 500362 Dubai
BEAMS International Management Consultants
804, Al Musalla Tower, Bank Street, P.O. Box 31199 Dubai
Bernard Haldane Associates
P.O. Box 62425, Dubai
For senior level openings.
Better Business Bureau
G-1, City Tower 2, PO box 8822, Sheik Zayed Road, Dubai
Misc. recruitment. CVs should not be faxed.
Bin Eid Services
P.O. Box 5455, Sharjah
Hospitality Industry related jobs. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
BAC Middle East
120, Sultan Business Centre (Near Lamcy Plaza)PO Box 8743, Dubai
Misc. recruitment. CVs can be e-mailed.
Sun-Thu : 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
PO Box 5658,303, Al Sharafi Bldg, Khalid Bin Waleed Street, Dubai
PO Box 44393, Abu Dhabi
PO Box 13661, Dubai
P.O. Box 62516, 903,API World Tower, Dubai
Chronicle Human Resource Consultancy
B-305, Al Attar Centre, Trade Centre Road Dubai
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, http://www.chronicle-me.com/
Clarendon Parker (Middle-East)
Suite 1402 City Tower 2, Sheikh Zayed Road, PO Box 26359, Dubai
391 0460 (Internet City)
391 0465 (Internet City)
Mostly for middle & senior level recruitments. Online registration of CVs done.
Has a separate office for IT, Telecom and Media positions in Dubai Internet City.
IQ Selection (EBD Rec. Services)
PO Box 32069, Dubai.
PO Box 28740, Abu Dhabi
Delta International Petroleum Services
Oil, Gas & IT related jobs.
Domino Recruitment & Consultancy
PO Box 53777, Dubai.
Hotel & Catering Industry.
DSA Recruitment Services
P.O. Box 62199, 309, Diyafah Centre, Satwa, Dubai
Online job applications for UAE and GCC.
P.O. Box 42074, Abu Dhabi
For Teachers & Instructors.
EMAC Recruitment Services
207, Block A Al Attar Tower, Dubai
To apply in person with CV & Photos.
Mainly for oil & gas sector. 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Emirates Recruitment Services Agency
P.O. Box 3351, Abu Dhabi
2nd Villa after Dubai Zoo, Dubai
Faxes not accepted.
Europe Management Consultancy
Expert Oil Affairs
P.O. Box 69,
Mainly for oil & gas sector.
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Falcon Hunters International
PO Box 55360, Dubai
Forum International Executive Search
PO Box 31372 301, Khalid Al Attar Tower, Shaikh Zayed Road, Dubai
Vacancies on the Web page.
Golden Standard Trading
Golden Key Management Consultants
P.O. Box 5416, 444A Dubai Tower, Nasr Square, Dubai
2273325 Mr. Shaukat Ali - MD
Technical, Managerial, IT, Hospital staff.
301, Khalid Al Attar Tower Sheikh Zayed Road P.O. Box 31372 Dubai
For Banking Industry in the Gulf
Gulf International Employment Services
P.O. Box 57181 Dubai
2965111/ 050 5956089
Contact Tabassum Afsar
P.O. Box 5748, Abu Dhabi
PO Box 7747,
Mainly for candidates from GCC, CIS, South Africa & Europe.
Icon Management Services
P.O. Box 24112, Sharjah
PO Box 500123, Dubai Internet City, Dubai
Mainly IT jobs.
IMG Recruitment & Computer Training
Cornice Road, IMG bldg., 203 P.O. Box 53100, Abu Dhabi
International Business Centre.
M-1, Mezz floor, Al Shali Bldgg, Al Mulla R/A, Dubai
Lower & middle level recruitment of misc. types.
International Top Services LLC
Mainly for Oil & Gas sector.
P.O. Box 23343, Dubai
PO Box 62290, Dubai
Job Hunt Rec. Services
716, Al Khaleej Centre, Dubai . P.O. Box 62589.
To apply in person with CV & 2 passport photos. Misc. recruitment.
Jobline Management Consultants
PO Box 47826, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for oil & gas sector. 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Sat-Wed).
Jobtrack Management Services
PO Box 12995,103, Al Khifaf Comm Building, Trade Centre Road,Dubai
304, Al Tawhidi Bldg., next to ABN Amro Bank, Dubai
Misc. Free Registration. Not to fax or mail CVs.
PO Box 71770, Dubai. 102, Al Salam Tower, Sh Zayed Rd
CVs received will not be automatically registered.
Lobo Management Services
PO Box 9369, Level 13, World Trade Centre, Dubai
Misc. but mostly middle & senior level recruitments.
London Bridge Engineering
PO Box 45116, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for oil & gas sector.
PO Box 13050, Dubai
"Must Apply in Person"
Marhaba Labour Supply Services
PO Box 31422, Dubai
Recruitments for Govt. Departments.
Master Business Management Services
Suite 1B, First Floor, Creek Tower, Dubai
Specialized Agency for Advertising Industry of Middle-East
Mentor Management Consultants
PO Box 9349, Al Moosa Tower II Dubai
Misc. recruitments. Offices in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Bahrain & USA.
Nicholson International Middle-East
P.O. Box 29458, 1804, Al Moosa Tower 2, Dubai.
Also associated with Talent House in collaboration with Dubai Media City
Oryx Management Services
P.O. Box 28807, Dubai
Pace Management Consultants.
PO Box 52784, Dubai
Client’s need based recruitment at middle & senior levels.
PO Box 28479, Dubai
PO Box 7743,
Mostly for oil & gas sector.
Phoenix Business Management Resources
201, Al Zahra Techno Centre, Bur Dubai, Dubai.
9:00 - 1:00/ 2:00-4:30.
Plexus Solutions Pte. Ltd.
PO Box 25946, Dubai
Professional Overseas Postings
P.O. Box 43244, Dubai
Global recruitment specialist with Dubai branch.
P.O. Box 29851, Dubai
Recruitment & Business Management Services
PO Box 30829, Dubai
PO Box 3917, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for oil & gas sector. Vacancies on the web page.
PO Box 5709, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for oil & gas sector.
Search Recruitment & Training
PO Box 27550, Dubai
Misc. recruitments. 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM (Sat-Wed); 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM (Thu)
Seekers Recruitment specialists
P O Box 50991, Dubai. Suite 307 – Habib Bank Bldg.
Senior level recruitments.
SOS Recruitment Consultants
PO Box 6948, 208, Al Khifaf Comm Building, Trade Centre Road,Dubai
3965600 (Celeste Miles - Manager)
Misc. recruitments in various specialized categories.
Skillrate Advisors SAE (Gulf Regional Office)
API World Tower, Suite 303A, Sh Zayed Road, Dubai.
3313365. Mr. Hussein Rouchdy - MD
PO Box 26631, Dubai
For Health & Leisure Industry Recruitment
3315540 (Sherif Samy)
Offices also in Kuwait & Cairo. Its website also offers career tips, professional development advice, training opportunities, news etc.
Specialized Expertise Establishment
PO Box 3568, Abu Dhabi
P.O. Box 39897,Dubai. 108, Al Bakhit Centre.
Misc recruitments. 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Sat-Wed). 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (Thu).
9 AM to 1:30 PM, 2:30-6:00 PM (Sat-Wed)
9AM to 2:00 PM (Thu)
2nd fl, Fast Rent a Car Bldg., Salaam St, P.O. Box 45645, Abu Dhabi
Mostly for oil & gas sector.
Swift Management Services
Suite M-3, Al Serkal Bldg, Near Dubai Cinema, P.O. Box 760, Dubai
Specialized in Hotel Executive Search.
Mostly for oil & gas sector.
Talent Management Consultancy
P.O. Box 27988, Dubai.
(Near Strand Cinema - Al Abbar Bldg, Suit No. 09.)
8:30 - 5:30 (Sun-Thu)
Technilink International Ltd
International agency for Oil, Gas, Power & Pipeline Industry
The Human Angle
Bldg 5, Office G09, Media City Dubai
Ultimate Management Consultants
201, Lufthansa Building, Sh Zayed Road, Dubai
P.O. Box 4399 , Abu Dhabi
Mainly technical jobs.
(*) : International Dialing Codes for some UAE Cities are:
Dubai : ++971-4-number
Sharjah /Ajman/ Umm Al Quwain : ++971-6-number
Ras Al Khaimah : ++971-7-number
Abu Dhabi : ++971-2-number
Al Ain : ++971-3-number
Mobile nos : ++971-50-number
UAE Standard Time : GMT +4 Hours/IST (-) 1.5 Hours
GUIDELINES FOR SEEKING EMPLOYMENT IN UAE:
1. Most of the recruitment agencies require registration with them for specific vacancies. Some of them even may levy a small fee (usually 25 UAE Dirhams : 3.67 Dirhams= 1 US Dollar) for registration although the local Government does not permit collection of such service charges from prospective employees.
2. Most of the agencies do not like CVs faxed/ e-mailed to them without any specific requirement. Therefore it is advisable to check with individual agencies before sending any CV. The agencies with websites of their own list the job opportunities in their web sites; the number of such agencies have been rising.
3. For applying in person and registration, it is advisable to carry at least two colour passport-sized photographs, along with a copy of CV. However, e-registration is increasingly become popular with the agencies.
4. Getting a job through recruitment agencies may always not be possible, particularly those seeking employment without any specific advertisement from such an agency. Those seeking employment within a limited period of time ( i.e. those who are on a visit visa) should also make their own efforts in locating prospective employers through newspaper advertisements, friends and relatives working in different companies and also through direct approaches to potential employers. 'Networking' is a good way to locate jobs which are not advertised. Most of the companies, without any specific opening available, will normally ask the candidate to fax or mail their CVs. More and more companies are, these days, advertising their job openings, in the corporate websites; so it is also one of the routes of locating a job in the UAE. Please visit the websites of UAE based companies which can be found in the web based business directories of UAE. It is also advisable to post resumes in the websites of recruitment agencies as more and more employers visit these websites for their manpower requirements.
5. For current job opportunities, it is also recommended to refer to local newspapers like Gulf News ( http://www.gulf-news.co.ae/) and Khaleej Times (http://www.khaleejtimes.com) published from Dubai.
6. Apart from the websites of the recruitment agencies listed above, some of the other UAE Job related sites, including websites of some potential employer organizations, are:-
· http://www.aldalal.net/ ( Not active at present)
. www.gulfjobsites.com - Independent directory of job and employment related job sites in the Arabian Gulf Region.
. http://www.etrade4u.com/ - general website includes online job applications for UAE and GCC Regions.
. http://www.uaegraduate.com/ - for recruitment of UAE Nationals.
· UAE Employment Pages (http://www.uae-pages.com/cgi-bin/dbman/db.cgi?db=employ)
. http://www.4arabia.com/ (Not active at present)
. http://www.jobsuae.com/ (Not active at present)
. http://www.enritimes.com/ (An Indian website with link to job openings in UAE and other locations)
. http://www.emiratesgroupcareers.com/ ( Website of Emirates Group)
. http://www.medhunters.com/ - a job-board for health-care professionals.
. http://www.jobdirection.com/ (New)
. http://www.alkhadam.com/ (New)
7. The above is not an exhaustive list of the Recruitment Agencies in UAE.
8. For information on visa and entry requirements, please visit the UAE Government Site http://www.dnrd.gov.ae/
9. If you would like to know about UAE Labour Laws, please visit the website of Al Tamimi at http://www.tamimi.com/publications/labourc.htm.
10. For guidance for a new resident of UAE, please visit the following link http://www.gulfnews.com/You-UAE/NewComers/default.asp
11. For information on availability and cost of accommodation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi etc., please visit : http://www.ikaar.com/
12. The above information is being made available through this web page of Assam Society, UAE to be of some assistance to those seeking employment in U.A.E; however it may not be complete in all aspects. The publishers are not responsible for any inaccuracies inadvertently included in the above.
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Copyright : Assam Society, UAE.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
The second year of a toddler's life is the beginning of many milestones- cognitive, physical, motor and emotional. During this period, the toddler becomes more self aware and curious, exploring things through his/her new found mobility. Toddlers, having developed the awareness and desire to act on their whims, turn into a handful for their parents, terrorizing the household through their antics and forcing parents to take safety precautions to prevent their children from harming themselves. The new found ability to walk and run, in a haphazard, uncoordinated manner, is exercised by the toddlers extensively, providing them access to newer, dangerous areas. Baby proofing of the apartment is a must, to ensure the safety and well being of your toddler, so he/she can explore freely while the parent is more relaxed.
This is also the stage of emotional and social development, as toddlers begin to develop social gestures and show a wide range of emotions, from defiance to embarrassment. Toddlers also develop an emotional attachment to their caregivers, showing apprehension and anxiety upon separation. These are normal emotional developments, and emotional outbursts can be controlled by using toys to calm the child.
These milestones map the overall development of a toddler, signifying normal and accepted growth pattern. However deviations within the appropriate limit are quite normal, due to differing genetic and environmental factors; significant delays need to be watched out for to detect the presence of any developmental disorder.
During the first two years of their life, toddlers grow at an exponential rate, reaching half their adult height. After the second year, growth rate slows down.
Weight has tripled since birth, while the height has increased by 50% by the first birthday. A toddler must weigh at least 23 pounds and be 30 inches tall at the end of his/her first year.
By the fourteenth month, the minimum weight of the toddler must be 24 pounds and the minimum height 31 inches which increases to 26 lb and 32.5 inches, respectively, by the eighteenth month. Roughly, a toddler grows at the rate of 1 inch and 2 lb in 3 months.
Chest circumference, which was equal to the head circumference during the 12th month, must be greater than the head circumference by the end of the second year. Head circumference should increase at the rate of 0.5 inches every six months.
Baby fat begins to disappear as the toddler learns and starts to walk.
The anterior fontanelle closes off by the end of the second year, and the skull bones begin to thicken. The fontanelle is an opening in the skull which enables the skull to deform during birth, thus, enabling easier passage through the birth canal. It also accommodates the development of the brain.
While a toddler at the age of 12 months shows 6 teeth (2 lower lateral incisors and 4 anterior molars), by the eighteenth month, the toddler should have 12 teeth. By the end of the second year, the toddler should have all four canines.
Other parameters that should be measured are the blood pressure, the pulse rate and the body temperature. These must lie in the specified range, an abnormality indicating an underlying disease or infection. Toddlers have a higher pulse rate than adults, showing a rate of 105 beats per minute. Their blood pressure is 96±27/65±27. The body temperature should be measured as 99.6 Fahrenheit rectal, 98.6F oral and 97.4 auxiliary.
The body structure also changes; arms and legs lengthen during the 18th month, gaining a more adult like appearance.
Toddlers, during their second year, have abandoned almost all involuntary reflexes they exhibited at birth. These reflexes gave way to voluntary reactions to external stimuli.
The Babinski reflex gives way to the plantar reflex, i.e. the direction of arching the foot upon stimulation of the sole reverses. While babies tend to flex their toe, moving the sole closer to the stimulant, adults fold in their toe, retract their sole away from it. Thus, during the first half of the second year, toddlers will discard the Babinski reflex.
Landau reflex disappears by the second year, i.e. the tendency of the infants to flex their backs and raise their head, when held in the horizontal position.
Motor skill development takes place through, both, gross and fine development. While gross development incorporates the development of movements involving larger muscles, developed in a head-to-toe order, fine motor skills involve developing movements that require smaller muscles, like fingers, generally in coordination with the eye.
Toddlers begin to gain control of their bowel movements, gaining the ability to control their sphincter muscles. The use of diapers may be discarded altogether in some toddlers, if they are trained to inform their parent when they need to urinate or poop.
While toddlers during their 12th-14th month may walk with the support of objects, by the 17th month they should be capable of walking backward, forward and sideward without support. Besides walking, toddlers also become capable of climbing the stairs, with support during the 15th month, to using the railing as a support during the period of 18-23 months and finally, without support, one step at a time, at the age of 2. The walking and running motion becomes more adult like by the end of the second year, as their feet begin to turn inward.
Toddlers can also jump and run in a careless, uncoordinated manner by the 18th month. It is okay if your eighteen month old toddler falls often, it is all included in the learning process!
Toddlers, by the second half of their second year, can also feed themselves with a spoon.
Toddlers develop the pincer grasp, or grasping using the thumb and forefinger, to pick up smaller objects. This is also the age when toddlers will put anything and everything they can hold into their mouth; parents need to exercise caution to ensure they don't swallow something harmful.
Toddlers can also ride the tricycle or walk on the balance beam by the second birthday. It is encouraged to let your toddler play outside, under supervision of course, to learn how to interact with other children. They may also be able to throw objects to a greater distance.
By the second year, toddlers can draw using crayons (pencils should be avoided for their sharp points) and may be able to draw loopy circles or color figures well outside the lines. Parents may provide the toddler with coloring books; the exercise is good for mental and visual stimulation.
Cognitive skills have also seen vast development; toddlers begin studying how different objects work, through experimentation. By the 18th month, toddlers become symbol oriented, creating general images of objects. By the 21st month, toddlers can learn poems, routines and how things work. Object permanence gradually emerges during the 12th-18th month. By the end of the second year, toddlers also tend to play "pretend" by imagining objects or scenarios. This shows imaginative development, beyond concrete thinking.
As this stage marks the development of various social, linguistic and cognitive skills, parents are encouraged to play with their toddlers, challenging them and aiding the sharpening of these skills. Any lack of social responses or unwillingness to cooperate may be indicative of a behavioral disorder and needs to be addressed before it becomes worse. However, all unwillingness needn't reflect behavioral disorders, sometimes it's just the toddler being moody. It is always advisable to consult your pediatrician before upsetting yourself.
புதிதாகப் பெற்றோர் ஆனவர்கள் குழந்தைகளைப் புரிந்துகொள்வதற்கான குறிப்புகள் (ஒரு வயது முதல் ஒன்றரை வயதுவரை)
ஓட்டம், ஓட்டம், ஓட்டம்
நிற்க ஆரம்பித்த குழந்தை கொஞ்சம் கொஞ்சமாக அடியெடுத்து வைத்து நடக்க ஆரம்பித்தது போலத்தான் இருக்கும். சட்டென்று ஓட ஆரம்பித்துவிடும். அவர்களது சுறுசுறுப்புக்கு நாம் ஈடுகொடுக்கக் கவனத்தில் கொள்ள வேண்டிய குறிப்புகள் இவை:
1. பொம்மைகளைக் குழிவான பாத்திரத்தில் போட்டு எடுத்து விளையாடுவதன் மூலம் 'உள்ளே', 'வெளியே', 'மேல்', 'கீழ்' போன்ற விஷயங்களைக் குழந்தை கற்றுக்கொள்ளத் தொடங்கும்.
2. நாம் செய்யும் எல்லா விஷயங்களையும் குழந்தை அப்படியே பின்பற்றும். அந்தச் செயல்களில் தேர்ச்சி பெற, அதற்குத் தேவை மேலும் பல வாய்ப்புகள்தான்.
3. இந்தப் பருவத்துக் குழந்தைகள் நடப்பது, ஓடுவது, உயரமாக ஏறுவது என எப்போதும் சுறுசுறுப் பாக இருப்பார்கள். அவர்களைப் பாதுகாப்பாகக் கவனித்துக் கொள்வது மிகவும் அவசியம்.
சுய உணர்வு: குழந்தைகளுக்கு அனைத்து விஷயங்களும் புதிதாகத் தோன்றும். எல்லாவற்றையும் ஆராய்ந்து பார்க்கும் ஆவல் எழும். ஒன்றின் விளைவால் ஏற்படும் விபரீதம் புரியாது. ஆனால், குழந்தை செய்வதை யாராவது தடுத்தால் அழுது ஆர்ப்பாட்டம் பண்ணும்.
அப்படிப்பட்ட சூழலில் குழந்தைக்குப் பிடித்தமான விளையாட்டுப் பொருளைக் கொடுத்தோ, வேறொரு விஷயத்தைக் காட்டியோ திசைதிருப்ப வேண்டும்.
உடல்: கையில் பேனா, பென்சில் என எது கிடைத்தாலும் உடனே எல்லாவற்றிலும் கிறுக்கத் தொடங்கிவிடுவார்கள். அவசரப்பட்டு அதைத் தடுத்துவிடாதீர்கள். இப்படித்தான் விரல்களைத் தன் கட்டுப்பாட்டுக்குள் கொண்டு வருகிறது ஒரு குழந்தை.
உறவுகள்: தண்ணீரை எடுத்துத் தரையில் ஊற்றுவது, உணவைச் சிதற அடிப்பது எனப் பல குறும்புத்தனங்களைக் குழந்தைகள் செய்வார்கள். இவற்றைக் கண்டு எரிச்சல் அடையாதீர்கள். இப்படித்தான் அவர்களின் கற்றல் திறன் வளரும்.
புரிதல்: வெவ்வேறு வடிவங்களில் இருக்கும் பில்டிங் பிளாக்குளை வைத்து விளையாடக் குழந்தைக்கு ரொம்பவும் பிடிக்கும். பிற்காலத்தின் கணிதம் பயிலவும், வாசிப்பு திறனை மேம்படுத்தவும் இவை உதவும்.
கருத்துப் பரிமாற்றம்: குழந்தை உங்களோடு இணைந்து புத்தகம் வாசிக்கும்போது, சொற்களைக் கற்றுக்கொண்டு திரும்ப உச்சரிக்க முயலும்.