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Emirates Chairman and CEO Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum
Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum
48 Ratings

    Review for Emirates - Finance

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Senior Accounts/Credit Analyst in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Senior Accounts/Credit Analyst in New York, NY

    I worked at Emirates as a contractor (less than an year)


    Work-Life Balance is great, & the growth of the company can be seen, as it promises the organizational expansion, and has massive respect from it's counterparts.


    Training & Clarity of Procedures needs some improvement.

    Positive Outlook
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Emirates Interviews

Updated Oct 4, 2014
Updated Oct 4, 2014

Interview Experience

Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


Interview Difficulty


Interview Difficulty




    Cabin Crew Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA
    Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Emirates in September 2014.

    Interview Details

    I applied online and was invited to participate in an interview at a hotel in a major city. The trip was costly and time-consuming, but I felt it was an opportunity not to be missed.

    Interview Questions
    • The questions that the applicants were given were superficial and unimportant (e.g. give a nontraditional use for a common item, like a paper bag.)

      The real job assessment was based on their observations of how the applicants reacted to the situations that the employers set up.

      For example:

      Before the first round, the organizers set out fewer chairs than needed for the number of applicants involved.

      The applicants were all given a number. When the first round of applicants were called to take seats by number, some realized there weren't enough chairs.

      The clever ones went to get more chairs for those who were standing. Others found their seats quickly and stayed seated. Once everyone was seated and ready, they were asked to answer silly questions, not realizing that that the organizer had already decided who was to be cut.

      Those who graciously gave up their seat were allowed to go the next round - only 5 of the 20. Those who sat ahead of others, or were oblivious to the shortage of chairs, were cut.

      The entire interview process involved these kinds of tricks.

      This so-called interview does not seem a very professional, or effective way, to vet the best applicants.

      It's a lot to invited applicants to travel far distances for an interview, and then to dash their hopes without actually providing a fair and honest assessment of the applicant's skills, knowledge and abilities for the job.
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Website www.emirates.com
Headquarters Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Just as Dubai aims to rise among the ranks of the world's major cities, Emirates wants to take its place among the world's leading airlines. The carrier provides scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 100 destinations in about 60 countries around the globe. Emirates operates a fleet of more than 130 Boeing and Airbus jets and about 10 cargo freighters. The airline is owned by the government of Dubai, one of seven city-states that makes up the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Emirates is part of the Emirates Group, which also includes airport management and travel... More

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