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Good company to work, excellent benefits
The recruitment process it's very long
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Emirates in May 2015.
There are several stages in the Emirates selection process. Once you'll arrive and go through a cv drop the recruiter plays a video about Dubai to familiarize the candidates about the position. After the video she does a quick Q&A and then 30 mins later the candidates are asked to come back and check if they made the first cut. The second round consists of grouping and coming up with a creative ways to use the given profession and a random item like umbrella, candy, clock, shoes and etc... And then she makes another cut. The third round was when she separated the remaining candidates into two groups and gave us 15 minutes to discuss and find solutions to a given situation which is customer service related. When both groups completed the task she made another cut. The fourth round was when she had non native speakers take an English test and those who didn't pass were eliminated. The last round was one on one interview the next day. i heard the Q's vary but the personality test is mandatory for all candidates to take after one on one interview is completed.
Why should we hire you?
Why do you think you're the best candidate?
how would you handle a difficult customer?
Give us an example of a time when you went above and beyond for your guest. Answer Question
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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...