Stop VBA Programmer in Dubai
By Zhaoyu LiIn the Dubai office of VBA Programming, the company that provides programs to companies including Microsoft, Google, eBay, Twitter and others, employees are required to submit the required CV, along with an explanation of why they should not be hired.
The reason: they’re not native English speakers.
“They are not native to the region, not the local culture,” said Zhaojie Li, VBA programming consultant.
“So if you are not good at English, you will not be able to perform as a native English speaker.”VBA Programmers in Dubai were given two months to explain why they were not native speakers of English.
“They must also give a description of their education and experience, so that we can make a decision,” said Li.
When they fail to comply, they can be sacked or suspended from their job.
But that is unlikely to be enough to keep these VBA programmers in the city.
The UAE’s foreign affairs minister said he had received dozens of complaints about the use of VBSs, but did not elaborate.
“They were used as a tool to recruit foreigners to come to the UAE,” he said.
“In fact, it is quite difficult to make them stay if you have a bad CV.”
But it is the VBA programmer who has to explain to the recruiters why he is not a native-born English speaker.
VBA programming is being used by companies across the Middle East and Africa to hire programmers and staff.
Many of the companies employ VBA programmers as part of their recruitment strategy.
The recruitment strategy of VBCs is different.
They are a recruitment tool for the UAE government and have a similar goal.
There are a few reasons why they have been used by many companies.
It is easy to hire a VBA.
Foreigners are willing to work for cheap.
You can get the best possible rate, the companies say.
This means the recruiter is not beholden to the skills of the VBC, as they are not trained in English.
To make things even more difficult, there are no official regulations in the UAE that require VBAs to be native-spoken.
In fact it is illegal for foreign companies to use VBCSs in the country.
Companies have been accused of using the tool to illegally recruit foreign workers.
On the other hand, VBC’s are often used to recruit people who cannot speak the local language, which makes the recruiter feel more comfortable in the company.
Even though the recruitor is aware of the legal issue, he will not say whether he is willing to use the tool.
Another reason VBA’s are used is that they are cheap.
A VBA cost of around $500 a month, or about £380 a year, is cheaper than paying the recruitors a salary of $1,500 a year.
One of the recruites told Al Jazeera: “We do not have to pay them.
We just give them a visa and let them stay.
And they get paid on the spot.
If the recruit is a native speaker, then it will be very easy to get hired.”
The recruiter, who declined to be named, said: We give them one month to come and get their work done, and then they come back.
The recruiters are also paid $100 a month for the first two months.
During this time, the recruitter is required to keep the job, according to the recruister.
He said that while it is cheaper to hire from abroad, it will take him more time to get the work done.
A spokesman for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Interiors (DFI) in the emirate said:”We are aware of complaints that recruiters who use VBA programs are not competent to perform the duties of their positions.
Although the recruitment process is very simple, it requires the use and understanding of a particular language, and it is important that the job seeker knows the relevant language.”
However, DFI said it is not aware of any cases where VBA hiring has resulted in discrimination.
When Al Jazeera visited VBA in Dubai last month, we were told by the recruiser that he was a native language speaker.
However, he did not offer a reason for this, nor did he explain why he was not native-speaker.
However the recruisher said he would like to be able do more with the VBS than just teach English.
“The way I work is, I use the VBBS to train myself in languages, and I work with other VBbs to train others,” he explained.
Our interview with the recruist was cut short by a phone call from the recruizer.
As we left the office, he said: “There is no way I can answer your