Ericsson’s Middle East offices comprise 22 countries in the region with over 3,800 employees. Sales growth has been excellent in this region, driven by mobile broadband investments in both advanced and developing markets.

We work to infuse our offices with a positive energy that puts customers first and helps us to develop customized solutions for each local market.

We are people-oriented, and we work to lay out strong career paths for our employees where they can grow and thrive.

Woman game changer of the year

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We couldn’t be prouder of Rafiah Ibrahim, who’s just been named the Global Women In Leadership ‘Woman Game Changer’ of the year! Rafiah, Head of Region Middle East and East Africa, has done outstanding work as an Ericsson business leader, and in her advocacy of supporting and developing women of talent within the business world. She is a true role model and change maker, and proof that the positive power of people can transform people, businesses and society.

The 18th Global WIL Economic Forum gathered around 500 global male and female business leaders, policy makers, as well as young female professionals and entrepreneurs, to dissect the challenge of diversity, share experiences and produce actionable strategies to strive for women’s economic empowerment.

See us in action

Find out about the four mindsets that we apply to everything we do in Ericsson’s Middle East (RMEA) region in this video. Our success is about people and this video shows why it is people that we have to thank. Our actions are centred around being the best Telecoms company.

International Women's Day

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RMEA celebrated International Women’s Day during the month of March 2015. More than 40 events were planned in different CUs around the region, reinforcing our commitment to achieve a goal of having women in 30 percent of Ericsson Global positions by 2020.

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Pursuant to Department of Labor regulation 20 CFR 655.734, Ericsson Inc. is providing notice to potentially affected workers that H-1B workers are beeing sought at the worksites listed below. All labor condition applications are avaliable for public inspection at our administrative headquarters for immigration matters located at:

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Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the labor condition application and/or failure to comply with the terms of the labor condition application may be filed with any office of the Wage and Hour Division of the United Stated Department of Labor.

Labor Condition Application Posting Notices

It has come to our attention that emails and job adverts have been created and circulated by unknown individuals for the purpose of attempting to defraud candidates.

Potential candidates should be wary of approaches that appear to be offering a job for which they have not applied, especially if personal details or money must be sent in order to proceed with the recruitment. Neither Ericsson nor any commissioned third parties recruit in this manner. Such approaches are almost certainly fraudulent attempts to gain details of identity for illegal use.

Ericsson is taking all necessary steps to investigate this matter further.

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