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UAE: According to an expert, the majority of workers have a second job

  • Employees with side businesses are becoming more and more prevalent in the private sector in the UAE.
  • The important thing is to make sure that your full-time job stays your primary priority.
  • Employees may benefit from having a second job as long as it doesn’t negatively impact their work.

Employees with side businesses are becoming more and more prevalent in the private sector in the United Arab Emirates. Job applicants should research the company they are considering and be honest during interviews, according to recruitment specialists.

The important thing is to make sure that your full-time job stays your primary priority. If you can give your employer your all and yet have time and energy to pursue your passion project on the side, by all means, do so.

A second job

As more corporations and businesses in the UAE change their rules to permit employees to pursue side projects outside of their full-time jobs, side gigs are becoming more widespread. Dubai has a reputation for being adaptable and unconstrained by a single employment because of this. Building a strong rapport with the employer is crucial because some people require full-time work to support their side passion.

Genie Recruitment’s owner and managing director, Nicki Wilson, has observed that a growing number of employees, particularly those from younger generations of Generation Z, are working part-time jobs in addition to their full-time jobs.

Because they are enterprising and enjoy expanding their skill sets, Gen Z workers are drawn to this trend. As long as having a second job does not materially interfere with their primary responsibilities, employers ought to be understanding and open-minded to the advantages of such an arrangement. Employees may benefit from having a second job as long as it doesn’t negatively impact their work or cut into their hours at their primary employment. Progressive companies ought to embrace this

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