The Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai and the Emirates Cadres Competitiveness Council signed a memorandum of understanding to support the employment of citizens in the private sector. This agreement aims to provide job opportunities for them in various strategic sectors in Dubai, starting with the real estate sector in partnership with the Dubai Land Department.
The agreement was signed during an event held at the headquarters of the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai, in the presence of His Excellency Engineer Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai, Sultan Butti bin Mejren, Director General of the Dubai Land Department, and senior officials in both councils and the Land Department. And property in Dubai.
The memorandum of understanding was signed by both sides by His Excellency Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of the Human Resources Department in Dubai and Vice Chairman of the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai, and His Excellency Ghanem Al Mazrouei, Secretary General of the Emirates Competitiveness Council, in the presence of His Excellency Farida Al Ali, Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry. To employ national human resources at the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, as it is the entity entrusted with managing the operations of the “Nafis” programme.
Under the memorandum of understanding, the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai and the Emirates Competitiveness Council will work together to support initiatives and programs that encourage citizens and companies to take advantage of the benefits they provide to citizens, as well as enhance the opportunities available to citizens within strategic sectors in the private sector, starting with the real estate sector, in cooperation with the Department. Land and surveying in Dubai and expansion into other sectors successively.
Commenting on the agreement, His Excellency Engineer Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai, said: “We are pleased to cooperate with the Emirates Competitiveness Council and the “Nafis” program to enable the employment of citizens, give them professional opportunities, and enable them to succeed in strategic sectors in the private sector. In Dubai, this memorandum is considered another strategic step that we were keen to contribute with our partners to achieving the goals of the Dubai Economic Agenda (D33), which aims to double the size of Dubai’s economy during the next decade and enhance its position to be among the best three global cities, and the first sectors that we will start with through this. The agreement is for the private real estate sector, and to provide it with qualified nationals to be part of the prosperity of this sector and the economy of Dubai and the UAE as a whole. This partnership with the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council and the Dubai Land Department falls within this framework and enables the future of Emiratization in the private real estate sector in Dubai.”
He added: “It is no secret to anyone that the real estate sector is no longer what we were used to in the past. Rather, it has witnessed a qualitative shift in various fields thanks to technical development, and its prosperity has become dependent on the ability to employ these technologies and innovation and meet the changing needs of society, and we in the Council will work to Through this agreement with our partners, we will enable citizens to acquire knowledge and experiences that will help them succeed and excel in the jobs that we will provide for them, which will reflect on their future and this vital sector.”
from his side; His Excellency Ghanam Al Mazrouei, Secretary-General of the Emirates Competitiveness Council, praised the signing of the memorandum of understanding with the Dubai Government Human Resources Department, which represents the Dubai Human Resources Development Council, with the aim of enhancing citizens’ participation in the private sector in the Emirate of Dubai, stressing the Council’s keenness to enhance cooperation with its strategic partners. From government agencies, local and federal, and private sector companies, especially with the Council’s success in achieving great achievements in supporting and increasing the rates of nationalization of the private sector in all the emirates of the country, and that the number of citizens working in the private sector exceeded 81 thousand citizens, of whom approximately 52 thousand citizens joined the The private sector since the launch of “Nafis,” and more than 28 thousand citizens have joined private work since the beginning of the current year 2023. The number of companies that have employed citizens so far has reached more than 17 thousand companies, and the value of payments to beneficiary individuals since the launch of “Nafis” has reached 2.9 billion dirhams. August: The total number of beneficiaries of monthly financial support program payments for citizens reached more than 61 thousand citizens.
His Excellency explained that the memorandum contributes to supporting the efficiency and competitiveness of citizens in Dubai to work in the private sector, by benefiting from the Council’s initiatives and programs effectively, and encouraging citizens to visit the “Nafis” platform to register and nominate in qualification and training programs, and seize the employment opportunities available through the platform, stressing The memorandum encourages private sector establishments and companies that deal with the Dubai Human Resources Department to participate and register in “Nafis” initiatives and programs, and to publish the jobs available to them and training opportunities through the “Nafis” platform, which helps Emirati cadres to join the real estate sector in Dubai as it is one of the most important. Vital sectors in the emirate, in coordination with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.
His Excellency Sultan Butti bin Mejren, Director General of the Dubai Land Department, said: “We at the Dubai Land Department realize the importance of empowering young Emirati cadres in the strategic work sectors in the Emirate of Dubai, especially the real estate sector, which is of growing importance as it is considered a main foundation and catalyst for all sectors.” Other economic. This memorandum of understanding comes to open new horizons for citizens and enhance their presence in the private sector, in line with the Dubai Economic Agenda D33, which aims to integrate thousands of the rising Emirati generation into the labor market and into promising sectors, based on the wise leadership’s vision that the citizen comes at the forefront of its concerns. “.
Bin Mejren stressed the commitment of the Dubai Land Department to provide all forms of support in cooperation with the UAE Human Resources Development Council and the UAE Talents Competitiveness Council, in order to create the ideal environment for Emirati talents, raise their competitive efficiency and empower them in various fields.
It is worth noting that this memorandum represents an important step forward for the Emirates Human Resources Development Council in Dubai and the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council in their continuous endeavor to achieve their common goal, which is to provide quality job opportunities for citizens and help them succeed in strategic sectors. The two councils renewed their commitment to working together to ensure the maximum benefit from their initiatives. Both for citizens and even private sector companies to enrich the diversity of their teams and capabilities, especially in the private real estate sector