How do women REALLY get treated in Dubai?

  • I'm looking to come to Dubai and work. I'm a Project Manager for a construction consultancy... I'm interested in how women get treated in the working world as well as socially. I'm British and 30 yrs old.

    Any insight greatly appreciated! From men and women..

    12 Feb 2008, 03:57 Emma
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  • Women gets treated very GOOD

    women are the juice of dubai. they get f***ed left, right and centre by arabs. they are the centre of attraction in dubai.

    Das 26 Feb 2008, 02:23 - Verstoß melden
  • the man is obsolete

    The post by 'Das' was obviously put there to put women off going to Arab countries. I can understand his concern. The jobs market is becoming more and more competetive. It makes sense to use bullying to stop competent, literate, qualified, professionals from applying for the same jobs as you, when you are lonely, misogynist, who's first experience was with a close relative.

    Am I right? 10 Apr 2008, 03:47 - Verstoß melden
  • Inappropriate

    I feel it was inappropriate of Das to have posted such a comment in a forum. Rest assured Dubai is a very safe place to visit or stay.
    The work environment is generally like any other place as it is mostly expats who work in private sector companies/multinationals.

    I work as Finance Manager with a large group and have a very congenial work environment. I like to show new expats around UAE during the weekends. This gives me an opportunity to make friends from different countries and get to know different cultures. I moved to Dubai in 2003 and find it an amazing place to live. I would be happy to help you with whatever I can. You may contact me on Cheers!

    Gaurav 21 Jun 2008, 03:21 - Verstoß melden
  • I'm a women going to Dubai for vaca

    I'm going to Dubai for Vacation with my fiance. What do I need to look out for as far as treatment, clothing, language?

    Becky 10 Okt 2008, 11:52 - Verstoß melden
  • Dear Mr. Gaurav - hahahahahahahaahha

    After reading all the articles, I just get a feeling that DAs is indeedly correct. Mr. Gentlebeing Gaurav is just tring his luck haaaaaa ahahahahahahah

    Anu 24 Nov 2008, 07:34 - Verstoß melden
  • nice woman in dubai

    hallo ,i look for a gentelman for lern arab...very rich and possible ave sum ferrari car.(i am from Maranello)end i drive vell!i am maneger in boutique but i dont wont work no moor... tank'Suzi

    suzi 28 Nov 2008, 08:14 - Verstoß melden
  • Das is correct..

    As a project manager, If U dont deliver to Ur Kafeel... what das says may be correct.

    rams 11 Dez 2008, 01:22 - Verstoß melden
  • no worries...

    as long as you are qualified and perform, you should be fine job wise. socially you will get plenty attention. in terms of safety, nothing to worry. dubai is one of the safest places in the world. punishments are strict/severe and women are reverred (let's not get into prostitution and the perception right now)

    Sunil
    http://www.dubai-information-site.com

    sunil 19 Jan 2009, 02:55 - Verstoß melden
  • 3 Mexican women visiting

    We are three business women from the U.S. that are planning to visit Dubai in early May 2009 for my friends birthday. We are only there for 4-5 nights and want to know where to go and is it safe? How does one dress? We want to make sure we respect the culture. I'm searching as much as possible on the internet, but surely welcome all info. Thank You!
    Delia

    Delia 06 Apr 2009, 05:58 - Verstoß melden
  • Planning to shift to Dubai

    Hi,

    I am planning to shift to Dubai.I wanted to know about the job prospects for women.Are the employers biased towards men and hence my chances of getting promotion is less.

    Kindly help me.
    Isha.

    Isha 08 Apr 2009, 02:35 - Verstoß melden
  • Does Dubai accept nurses from the small caribbean country Jamiaca?

    I am a very young unmarried registered nurse and i am interested in working in Dubai. What is the procedure (in detail please) for getting employed as a registered nurse in Dubai, and what is the pay like as a registered nurse there?
    I would also like to know what the nursing benefits are, when working in Dubai.
    Thanks in advance for you responses.

    Kadi 20 Mai 2009, 10:20 - Verstoß melden
  • looking nice friend

    Hey , if u r looking 4 pure friendship or partner in life maybe i am da one u r waiting 4..im asian guy..just call me honey..im honest,understanding, sweet and nice guy.. I want a serious relationship..contact me if you r interested.
    send me ur contact no.

    honey 22 Jun 2009, 05:13 - Verstoß melden
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