Collaborate to develop the service for employers and workers

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The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization discussed, with the owners of guidance and counseling centers, ways to develop the services that the centers provide to employers and workers and the challenges that these 34 centers face at the state level.

His Excellency Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Awar, Minister for Human Resources and Emiratism, reaffirmed the Ministry’s eagerness to strengthen its partnerships with guidance and counseling centers, especially since the future phase of the labor market and the changes that the employment relationship will witness in the light of the issuance of Federal Decree Act No. 33 of 2021 on the regulation of working conditions, which is scheduled to be implemented on February 2, 2022, requires an increased frequency of awareness programs in a way that contributes to achieving the goals of the Decree Act.

His Excellency appreciated the efforts made by the Centers in the framework of guiding and guiding the two parties in the working relationship with the rights and duties provided for by law, through qualified legal experts, noting the Ministry’s eagerness to assist the Centers with a view to on enabling them. to develop their service system in line with the government’s vision and its partnership with the private sector in providing excellent service to customers.

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This happened during a meeting held by His Excellency with the owners of the centers to provide guidance and counseling services in the office of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization in Dubai, in the presence of Saif Al Suwaidi, Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of People. Resource Affairs, Maher Al Obed, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Inspection Affairs, Aisha Belharfia, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Labor Affairs, and Khalil Khoury, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Home Affairs and a number of stakeholders in the Ministry.

This is the fourth meeting of its kind held by the ministry with its partners in the private sector, holding separate meetings with business service delivery centers, aid recruitment centers and representatives of a number of construction and civil engineering firms. , within the framework of a program implemented by the Ministry of Periodic Communication with its partners in the private sector.

The meeting was about the operational challenges for the centers that provide guidance and guidance, and the opportunities for cooperation and partnership between the ministry and the centers in the current and future phase.

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