Jebel All Hotel
For the business or leisure traveller, the Jebel Ali Hotel offers a surprisingly new concept.
Situated on a glorious stretch of unspoilt beach off the Abu Dhabi highway, 45 minutes from either Dubai or Abu Dhabi International airports, the Jebel All offers you the chance to enjoy one of the last vast unspoilt resort locations on earth, in luxurious comfort.
Conference facilities The Jebel All Hotel maintains internationally recognized standards of excellence. Our superb conference and exhibition area accommodates up to 750 delegates, with four languages cordless, simultaneous interpretation system, video voting system, a complete range of sophisticated aids and secretarial services, shuttle services, even a helipad.
An abundance of activity awaits you even if you consider change it with barcelona travel. A magnificent pool with swim-in bar. Deep sea big-game fishing. Sailing and windsurfing. Scuba diving. Tennis, squash and horseriding. Sunbathing on the beach or palm-lined poolside terraces.
The Hatta Fort Hotel
For a smaller, more secluded venue, the Hatta Fort Hotel is the perfect choice.
Situated 100 kms along the Dubai-Muscat highway, close to the ancient fortified oasis town of Hatta, the Hotel offers 28 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and a wide range of leisure activities, including clay pigeon shooting and archery. The conference facilitiesat the Hatta Fort are excellent and allencompassing.Where the Jebel Ali has grandeur, the Hatta Fort has charm.
Your business and leisure in Dubai or Abu Dhabi is important. Be our guest.
“NEW HEIGHTS” FOR SAUDIA?
Is there no limit to the heights Saudia will scale in promoting the “Proud to serve You” theme? Two Saudia employees from Saudia Brussels recently went trekking in the Himalayas (Nepal), and with them they took a Saudia T-shirt.
Photo shows (left) Detlef Verhaegen and Wim Thybaert standing on Gokyo Peak (5,400 metres above sea level). Peeking over the neck of the Saudia T-shirt they’re holding is the summit of the world’s highest mountain, Everest.
Systems auditability and control organization that depends on its information systems are:
•Impaired information accuracy and integrity
•Systems that do not meet user needs
•Inefficient use of resources or systems.
5. Internal auditors plan to increase coverage of information technology components. Research revealed that internal auditors have greatly expanded their coverage of information systems in recent years and recognise that technology-driven change is accelerating in their organisations.
Management places greater emphasis on internal controls; research confirmed that management accepts the responsibility for the system of internal controls in today’s technologically advanced environment.
The report notes that trend to place more reliance on the system of internal control and cautions managers at all levels to seek assurances that controls over information systems and technology are adequate.
7. Internal auditors provide greater support to executive and information systems management; research revealed that internal auditors play an important role in assuring senior executives that the use and control of information technology sources are consistent with an organisation’s overall strategies.
8. Changing technology provides new control and audit opportunities; research indicated that the very same changes in technology that provide opportunities to make organisations more competitive and effective, and that pose risk-related challenges to management, also provide new opportunities to design and implement the technology with adequate controls.
which will enhance Saudia’s competitiveness, and this will be accompanied by the enhancement of ground services and implementation of the Total Quality Management concept systemwide.
This is intended to improve staff productivity as well as to reaffirm the “Proud to serve You” theme. In addition, priority has been given to Saudisation programmes to give young Saudis access to job opportunities, and carefully studied programmes in this regard are now being implemented, including special training to qualify to replace non-Saudis in the airline. Saudis currently constitute over 78 per cent of in-Kingdom staff, excluding expatriate cabin crew. The figure is 88.3 per cent for supervisory jobs, 72.3 per cent for flight crew and 70 per cent of
qualified technicians.In the last few months of 1993 Corporate Training & Development conducted some 506,045 hours’ training for 1,916 trainees in a variety of subjects. This is apart from the “Proud to serve You” campaign training for all Saudia staff.
Saudia’s training activities received a major boost in 1986 with the opening of the Basic Flight Training Academy, designed to train and qualify Saudis pilots. Saudis has the Middle East’s largest flight crew training centre. In addition to in-house training programmes, Saudis also sends a large number of employees overseas every year to undertake advanced training and qualification in a variety of specialised subjects.