Dubai has attracted many international companies and employees over recent years, as it bids to become a global economic superpower.
Managing the UAE’s HR Environment, a report by Mercer HR Consulting, showed that average salaries for expatriate staff rose by 6% last year. Daily allowances rose by more than 20%, and multinationals now pay an average of about £240 a day for executive expats on short-term assignments in Dubai – one of the seven states that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
These soaring costs are leading companies to be more creative with their HR practices, according to Markus Wiesner, head of Mercer’s UAE operations.
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