The United Arab Emirates is a constitutional federation of seven emirates; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Qaiwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah. Four-fifths of the UAE is desert, yet it is a country of contrasting landscapes, from awe-inspiring dunes to rich oases, precipitous Rocky Mountains to fertile plains. The United Arab Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing tourist destinations, with all the right ingredients of , sun, sand, sea, sports, unbeatable shopping, top-class hotels and restaurants, an intriguing traditional culture, and a safe and welcoming environment.
The UAE comfortably leads the rest of the world in the net migration rate, proving that it is by far the first choice for professionals from a range of industries who want to work abroad. Although it was originally its oil reserves that kick-started the region’s economic boom, two decades of diversification have seen the UAE expand to become one of the most highly developed, fastest growing economies in the world. The working week is typically between 40 and 48 hours, with the weekend being Friday and Saturday. English is the principle language of business across the UAE. The UAE is one of the most liberal countries in the Middle East, accepting many religions and cultures.
Hence, UAE with its booming economy and hospital living conditions provide many employment opportunities that skilled and unskilled Bhutanese can take advantage of. The UAE Federal Law No. (8) of 1980, or the UAE Labor Law, is a comprehensive law that regulates all aspects of labour associations between employers and employees. It is an advanced and balanced law that clarifies the rights and duties of all parties concerned and brings numerous benefits to employees and workers.
We will be working closely with the Bhutanese Embassy based in Kuwait. We will keep them updated on the number of Bhutanese working in UAE and companies affiliated to. This will help us keep track of our candidates and guarantee their safety and health.