Abu Dhabi, July 11, 2022 (WAM)-The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in collaboration with the Ministry of Personnel and Emiratisation of the Ministry of Economy of Abu Dhabi, held an awareness session on improving the elimination rate in the private sector. .. Development – (additional), and Emirati Starent Competitiveness Council.
The awareness-raising session held at the Tower of the Chamber of Commerce in Abu Dhabi was attended by Sameh Abdulla Al Qubaisi, Director of Economic Affairs, ADDED. Ghanam Butti Al Mazrouei, Secretary-General of the Emirati Starent Competition Council. Mohammed Hakim, Director of Absher of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, along with numerous companies and entrepreneurs working in various sectors of the United Arab Emirates.
The session discussed some important topics such as an overview of Naphis, the benefits of having young Emiratis talents in the private sector, and how to increase the elimination rate in private sector facilities.
In the opening remarks, Heral Mohamed al-Hameli, Deputy Director of the Advisory Center and Council of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce, said that emirating is one of the most important key performance indicators of the UAE and the government He said he was taking a comprehensive scientific approach. To train national executives in various fields to unleash their potential and become a major driver of the UAE’s economic development process.
He added that in the past few years, the UAE has amended several laws to implement financial support schemes in addition to other benefits that promote both young and experienced Emiratis work opportunities in the private sector. I did.
“As part of these ongoing efforts and in the” 50 Projects “, the UAE government has announced that the UAE has allocated 24 billion AEDs to the comprehensive federal program” NAFIS “(or competition in Arabic). Announced the start. We will support the private sector and create 75,000 employment opportunities for Emiratis over the next few years, enabling them to find talented jobs in the private sector. ”
The Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary pointed out that the attractiveness of UAE investment is steadily increasing year by year as a direct result of these efforts. “This country has expanded its cumulative FDI inflows and has become one of the most preferred investment destinations in the world. Our beloved country remains number one in the GCC, according to the World Investment Report 2021. He remains 22nd in the world in attracting FDI. UNCTAD, “he explained.
Rashed Abdulkarim Al Blooshi, Deputy Secretary of ADDED, said: And you’ll have the knowledge and skills you need, and more importantly, you’ll be sure to embrace the spirit of lifelong learning. This is a promising approach to responding to ever-growing developments in every aspect of life. ”
“The Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy (ADIS), recently launched by HH Sheikh Hared Bin Mohamed Bin Zayed, a member of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council and chair of the Abu Dhabi Executive Board, is our leadership in prioritizing Emiratis human resources development. An example of a vision. Abu Dhabi aims to create quality employment with a knowledge base of 13,600 focused on Emiratis talent. Over the past few years, Abu Dhabi has been a supportive business environment, with unparalleled connectivity. We have fostered an infrastructure and an entrepreneurial spirit that creates opportunities for everyone and maximizes their potential. ”
Ghanam Butti Al Mazrouei, Secretary-General of the Emirati TalentCompetitive Council, outlines the Nafis program in a federal program aimed at increasing the competitiveness of Emiratis talent and allowing them to hire 75,000 new jobs in the private sector. I said there is. In the next 5 years.
In his presentation, the Secretary-General pointed out the Emiratis Talent Competition Council’s approach to promoting the recruitment of Emiratis citizens in the private sector, which includes Emiratis salary support schemes, merit programs, pension programs and children. He said he had launched 11 initiatives. Allowance schemes, talent programs, apprenticeship programs, recruitment goals, national medical programs, unemployment allowances, vocational counseling programs, and recruitment.
He added that Naphis is targeting Emiratis over the age of 18 while coming as part of the “50 Projects” and aiming to create new jobs for Emiratis talent in the private sector.
Mohammed Hakim, Director of Abscher, United Arab Emirates Ministry of Personnel and Emiratisation, said the UAE government’s resolution would increase Emiratis’s talent participation in the private sector and make Emiratis more competitive. Said that it would be. Promote workforce and private sector employment in UAE citizens.
He said the resolution would raise the Emiratisation rate for high-skilled workers in companies that employ more than 50 workers to 2% each year until the 10% target is achieved from this year to 2026. He added that it was included.
Hakeem states that companies that comply with the Emiratisation Plan can join the Emiratisation Partner Club, get up to 80% discount on the ministry’s services if they raise their Emiratisation at a rate of more than three times the target, etc. , Explained that it will benefit from various incentives. However, there are more than 30 additional citizens or more than 500 citizens each year, working with the UAE Nationals Competitiveness Council “Nafis” in recruitment and training of emulation.