Headquarters in United Arab Emirates
Note: Arabtec Holding is a construction and engineering group that encompasses several companies including Arabtec Construction, Target Engineering Construction Company and Emirates Falcon Electromechanical Company (EFECO).
Author: Sherouk Zakaria, Khaleej Times
"31 firms star-rated for labour welfare initiatives", 17 December 2018...
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Arabtec Group's first sustainability report covers worker health & safety, welfare and responsible supply chains
Arabtec has...released it first sustainability report...covering the 2017 economic, social and environmental performance of the Group’s three main operating companies; Arabtec Construction, Target Engineering Construction Company, and Emirates Falcon...
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Author: Human Rights Watch
Serious concerns about workers’ rights have not been resolved for a high-profile project in Abu Dhabi that will host branches of the Louvre and Guggenheim museums and a campus of New York University (NYU), Human Rights Watch said in a report released...
Author: Michelle Chen, In These Times
Thousands of employees at the United Arab Emirates-based construction firm Arabtec went on strike on May 19, calling for wage increases in an unprecedented act of rebellion under a notoriously authoritarian government. While UAE companies rebuff...
Author: Ben Flanagan, Al Arabiya
A group of more than 200 Arab and Israeli business leaders has united to lobby for peace after decades of conflict. Members of the Breaking the Impasse Initiative (BTI) said they would throw their support behind political leaders on both sides, in...
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