MoHRE urged UAE citizens not to be lured by fake Emiratisation jobs, encouraging members of the public to report any violations related to Emiratisation policies using its authorised channels...
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed emphasised that empowering a skilled and qualified national workforce is a top priority, and should be supported by all institutions, government departments, and private sector partners working together.
The ministry has announced that the midday break rule period, which started on June 15, 2020, prohibiting any outdoor labour work between 12:30pm and 3:00pm, will end on Sept.15, 2020.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation highlighted the preparedness of fleet of the “Tawseel Delivery Services,” which number 450 vehicles that provide fast and distinguished services to customers free of charge.
Sheikh Mansour welcomed the meeting’s participants and thanked the Central Bank of the UAE for its efforts to support the banking sector’s financial stability.
The move is an implementation of the UAE Cabinet resolution, under which work permits for Golden Residency holders were created. The Human Resources Ministry stated that such work permits are required in three cases.
The 5-day foundation programmes will be conducted remotely via the Microsoft Teams platform.
The cabinet resolution aims to accelerate achieving Emiratisation targets and employing UAE nationals in the private sector throughout the year.
The deadline for meeting semi-annual Emiratisation targets for private sector companies with 50 employees or more has been extended from 30th June to 7th July, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) announced on Tuesday.
This decision comes in line with Cabinet Resolution No. (44) of 2023 amending certain provisions of Cabinet Resolution No. (95) Regarding Penalties and Violations Relating to the Initiatives and Programmes of the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council (Nafis).