Emirates Airlines Case Study

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0 Introduction
Emirates airline is a rapidly expanding and award-winning international carrier based in Dubai and subsidized by The Emirates Group, which is owned by the government of Dubai 's Investment Corporation of Dubai (The Emirates Group, 2015).
Essential to the Group’s ongoing success is the employment of high-quality people who benefit from living and working in a modern cosmopolitan city Dubai. Being one of the biggest employers in the region with more than 62,000 workers from over 160 nationalities it integrates with its employees for the mutual benefit.
The Emirates Group employees receive tax-free salary and benefits package, and are offered professional development opportunities to further their careers with the organization (Emirates, 2015).

2.0 Recruiting
Recruiting is an activity carried on by the organization with the primary purpose of identifying and attracting potential employees. The role of HR recruitment is to build a supply of potential new hires that the organization can draw on if the need arises. The goal of recruiting is to encourage qualified people to apply for jobs (Noe et al., 2016).
2.1.0 Implementation in Cabin Crew
Emirates is growing so quickly that there is a constant need of more flight attendants. According to Noe et al. (2016) there are three stages of recruiting: personnel policies, recruitment sources, and the characteristics and behavior of the recruiter.
2.1.1 Personnel Policies
Personnel policies are decisions about how

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