Monday, June 21, 2010

Mohammed bin Rashid endorses bylaws of the federal human resources law

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai has endorsed the bylaws of the federal human resources law.
The move comes within the government's efforts to establish clear standards and effective managerial governmental measures to develop the human resources, clarify duties and rights of employees in the federal government and provide an appropriate work environment for all employees, who number about 80, 000.

The provisions of the new bylaws will be applicable to all staff in the federal agencies covered by the decision. The human resources departments in these federal agencies will implement the law as published in the Official Gazette. The Federal Authority for Human Resources authority could be referred to in case anything hampers the implementation of the new executive regulation.
The new bylaw includes all regulations, details on the rights and functions of employees, employment operations, evaluation, motivation rules, leaves, penal codes and others pertinent to human resources at the federal agencies. Endorsed by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, the new regulation has delegated greater powers to the ministries, federal public institutions, especially in employment and more flexibility in types of employment as per actual needs of these agencies as stated by the executive regulation.

The new regulation also stated importance of periodic evaluation of employees, linking that with promotion and incentives systems to create fair and encouraging environment for work and production. The bylaw explains in detail the leaves, allowances, bonuses and promotions the federal government civil servants are entitled to according to their grades in addition to powers of transfer, secondment and delegation within the federal entities.

The regulation also defines the mechanisms for fixing working hours, official holidays and compensations for weekly offs, as well as mechanisms for investigation of irregularities, complaints and grievances.

The bylaw has been issued as part of the government's drive for the restructuring of procedures and human resources' law in the federal government, and launching of a set of tailored initiatives and systems to meet human requirements and achieve long-term developmental goals. รข€“ Emirates News Agency, WAM

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