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Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi (Arabic: علي بن إبراهيم النعيمي‎) (born 2 August 1935) was the Saudi Arabian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources from 1995 to 2016.

The following article on The Wall Street Journal mentions, "Saudi Arabia dismissed its long-serving oil minister Ali al-Naimi on Saturday, marking the departure of one of the industry’s most powerful figures, as the country grapples with weak oil prices. Mr. Naimi, who had been the kingdom’s oil minister since 1995, has been a strong voice against lowering Saudi Arabia’s production when prices fall, a move away from its past tactics. He moved the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to keep pumping oil at a rapid clip despite a global supply glut, a decision that has weighed on crude-oil markets and depressed prices."

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... (Former Employee) says

"They have a very bad habit of eating gratuity of people. The company is basically one man show. Employees are shouted at as they are servants not employees. Zero job security only people who spy can make their jobs secure. Cons: Non respecting culture, eating of employees gratuity"

ERP Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Good working environment, good exposure and learning was provided. Management was supportive and understanding. Training on the job was provided."

Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"Good company for a short stint. However due to market conditions management unable to retain staff. Work life balance and salary is good. Okay as a stop over gap"

HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) says

"fairly average chances of growth, need to focus more on employees and their rights, workplace culture was the hardest to cope with, mixed nationalities and more of male dominant place to work in. Cons: Long hours"

Assistant Safety Officer (Former Employee) says

"Conduct weekly inspection to all equipments in workplace. Assuring all workers wearing their personal protective equipment. Encoding of daily statistic report. Cons: Long hours"

Architectural Draughtsman (Former Employee) says

"I was warking in the road division so that's a cool environment"

Sr. Accountant - Construction - Accounts & Finance (Former Employee) says

"Good place to learn. Ownership is very much involved with the Business and Finance. Management is very difficult to deal with. Not an open culture. Teams do not accept diversity in the work force. Unhealthy and long working hours expected by management."

Watchman (Current Employee) says

"Good working environment, good exposure and learning was provided. Management was supportive and understanding. Training on the job was provided. Al Nuaimi Is a excellent place to work in Ras Al Khaimah, It is a nice Management who provides a excellent support to their employees."

Area Engineer (Former Employee) says

"Al Nuaimi Group LLC. is a Fast growing Construction Group in Ras Al Khaimah.They are doing Various type of Construction activities,such as Roads,Buildings,Foundations etc. Cons: Good Salary"

SECRETARY (Former Employee) says

"Dealing with the Client in the field, then prepare the papers works to all to the engineers. i learn how to prepare the urgent letter and deal to my with my co-work on the site. i enjoy being at the site due to planning of house/establishment. Cons: exact hours"

Accountant (Current Employee) says

"Good management system with friendly approach and circumstances, Learned a lot about Financial management, Salary processing and handling Petty cash. experienced lot of moments that was enjoyable, though hectic schedules may taking to stress and headaches."

Asst. Manager HR (Former Employee) says

"Al Nuaimi Is a excellent place to work in Ras Al Khaimah, It is a nice Management who provides a excellent support to their employees."