Hello guys thought you rather hear from me, the owner on issues regarding jobsindubai.com. Let’s start off by mentioning to agents, and owners of employment agencies who are responsible for postings recycled comments 20 times around from year 2003. You guys must have something different to offer. And I think this forum belongs to people who really like to share views on companies and job markets, something they can benefit from.
About www.itp.com and bayt.com I've met with, they are obviously very threatened by jobsindubai.com's existence in Dubai and of its volume of candidates offered to employers at a minimal fixed cost of ($195 for 500 Candidates), which results in more possible interviews and placements for candidates. As well as cost to employers are the lowest in the industry, resulting in loss of business for these 2 companies who are partners in executive recruitment that charge one of the highest commissions for placement in the industry, most of which is deducted from the employees payroll and benefits.
As a mission and a desperate attempt to publish an article about jobsindubai.com, they had first an ITP employee named Michael Francis who is a graphic designer working for ITP (Mike) as mentioned in the article, registered with jobsindubai.com and you can definitely get in touch with him by calling ITP directly or emailing him at Michael Francis < firstname.lastname@example.org >. This strategy failed because Michael got his refund within 6 months registration. But during his time of registration, Mike made sure his profile online was incomplete so employers could not contact him for a possible job match. We have all documented evidence of this espionage to ruin JID's reputation. And my staff would send you complete information about Michael Francis and his credentials should you require it for confirmation.
About the Windows interview with me, it was conducted under deception by Matthew Wade, who happens to be the editor of ITP Windows magazine and you can contact him for any information regarding this article."Matthew Wade" email@example.com . The reason I went to ITP is because I was called in for an advertisement opportunity with the Windows magazine, now this is what I call dirty journalism. And ITP's does not meet any ethical standards if they can hire someone like Matthew Wade who has quiet a reputation in the U.K. to work for them.
You must understand this is not a normal business practice in the Middle East and it usually happens in North America where you can have negative marketing strategies like Pepsi and Coke would. Mathew Wade has obviously not taken a look at the legal side of this article. And it seems ITP does have enough time and money to have Matthew spend time in the courts rather than work on his Windows magazine, which quiet frankly has poor information and sells at a loss.
And as you must have also noticed the last paragraph of the article where ITP tells you it is their "subjective view" which clearly means, its only ITP's point of view and not the general population's opinion about jobsindubai.com. If this article were from any major news paper or any reliable media source, it would clearly be an “objective view".
I guess this does not end here, I will be hearing from individuals and competitions. I am open to suggestions, even if you an ITP or bayt.com’s employee. My shoulders and a box of tissue are at your disposal.