Emirates Group: Emirates Airlines and dnata are summoned to re-employ workers who were on temporary leave or were laid off from their work.
In this context, the Emirates Group confirmed in its annual report that recruitment campaigns were organized to renew and enhance the group’s future talents and capabilities, with the acceleration of the recovery of operations, and thus the total number of employees in the Emirates Group increased by 13% to 85,219 employees representing more than 160 different nationalities, i.e. by adding about 10,000 new jobs.
It is worth noting that the Emirates Group has invested 7.9 billion UAE dirhams (2.2 billion US dollars) in new aircraft, facilities, and the latest technologies to prepare the business for recovery and future growth.
The Emirates Group has also moved forward with its environmental strategy that focuses on reducing carbon emissions, consuming resources responsibly, and preserving wildlife and habitats.
For his part, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum confirmed that after the Emirates Group passed a difficult period during the spread of the Corona virus, the year 2021/2022 became the year of recovery for the Emirates Group.
His Highness also indicated that it is not a matter of restoring the group's ability, but also of increasing the group's future capabilities during the rebuilding.
His Highness stated that our goal is to build better and stronger, so that we can provide better experiences for our customers and more support for the communities we serve, according to what was published by the Emirates Today newspaper.