DGHRDirector General Human Resources
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Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, director general of DGHR, stressed the importance of cooperation and coordination between local and federal government entities to enhance government work in the UAE, as well as exchanging knowledge and expertise.
Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi, DGHR director-general, briefed Shaikh Maktoum on the new ideas and proposals for enhancing government operations and increasing the efficiency and productivity of the public sector.
In a statement on Wednesday, Amal Mohammad Bin Odai, Director General of DGHR, praised the attention given to government human resources by Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council.
The event brought together DGHR Director General His Excellency Abdulla Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi; MBRSG's Executive President H.E.
Activities during the eighth stop reviewed various aspects of the DGHR's scope of work, as well as its future directions associated with the Dubai Plan 2021.Aisha Mohamed Al-Mahyas, Director of the National Capacity Building Department, gave a presentation detailing the services her department provides, which include theCompetency Assessment Centrethat evaluates behavioural proficiencies according to the standards and frameworks of the Dubai Government Human Resources Management Law.
The DGHR director-general is authorised to issue the bylaws required to implement this resolution.
Adam Sotomayor is a program analyst in DGHR's Strategic Communications Unit.
PESHAWAR -- Director General Human Resources (DGHR) PESCO, Salim Jahangir Khan here Thursday assured the employees of Wapda Computer Centre and other departments that their grievances would be address on priority basis.
Arrangements are being made for incorporating the work allowance to these employees, according to Amal Mohammed bin Adi, Director-General of Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR).
The Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) today unveiled new programmes and initiatives aimed at enhancing Emiratisation in the Dubai Government at a Meet the CEO event organised by the Government of Dubai Media Office.
Beginning in the last quarter of this year, the Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) will study key professional skills that will be required in the future, identify required specialisations and establish policies and procedures for scholarships.
Meanwhile, Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) announced that it is offering 1,600 jobs across 30 specialties.