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UAE President condoles death of Saudi king, announces three days of mourning

UAE President condoles death of Saudi king, announces three days of mourning

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has mourned the death of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia who passed away before dawn on Friday. He prayed to Allah Almighty to bless the

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people and his nation and sincerely defended the causes of the Arab Nation and the Muslim Nation.

As we express our sincere condolences to the Saudi royal family and the people of the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the death of the great late king, Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, we express our full confidence that King Salman Bin

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Shaikh Khalifa praised the late king for being dedicated himself to the service of his people and nation and worked on bolstering cohesion of the Arab Nation.

He emphasised that with the death of the late king, for the Arab Nation and the Muslim

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ordered a three-day mourning, starting from Friday, and that the UAE national flag will be flown at half-mast at all government departments in the UAE and at all embassies and diplomatic missions of the UAE overseas.

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Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud to his final resting place on Friday afternoon.

Dr Shaikh Sultan is leading a high-level delegation comprised of His Highness Shaikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ajman, His Highness Shaikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member cheap cialis online canadian pharmacy and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, Shaikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman, Shaikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community

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Cable of condolence

General Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, today sent a cable of condolence to the Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, following the sad demise of King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud.

In his cable, Shaikh Mohammad offered sympathy to King Salman and prayed to Allah the Almighty to reward King Abdullah for the good deeds he offered to his people and his nation.

“The Islamic and Arab nations today lost a superb leader who stood as an advocate for Arab causes and rights and who helped spread peace, tolerance, justice and benevolence. The achievements made by the late King Abdullah for Saudi Arabia and

its people, are the best testimony to his devotion and generosity,” he added.

Paying tribute to King Abdullah, Shaikh Mohammad recalled the wise vision, as well as the brave and honest stands taken

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“The UAE has lost a true brother and a loyal friend who, along with his brother President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, had contributed in furthering fraternal ties between the two countries,” noted Shaikh Mohammad.

Shaikh Mohammad also praised King Abdullah’s stance to strengthen solidarity among the GCC countries and cooperation among all Arab countries in facing a variety of challenges.

He went on to say the GCC countries would never forget King Abdullah’s historic stances and his keen and wise efforts to maintain the

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Shaikh Mohammad offered condolences to the people of Saudi Arabia and expressed his confidence that the new Saudi leadership will follow King Abdullah’s path to guard the welfare of Saudi Arabia, as well as his wise approach in serving the Arab and Islamic nations and in confronting the challenges posed to the region.


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Third Government Summit announces partnership with Du

Third Government Summit announces partnership with Du

- Aiming to enhance cooperation between public and private sectors

3130The Government Summit 2015, to be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has announced its strategic partnership with Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du) as a Headline Partner of the event. Organized under the theme ‘Shaping Future Governments’, the Summit will be take place in Dubai from February 9 to 11, 2015.

Her Excellency Ohood Al Roumi, Director General of Prime Minister’s Office and Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Government Summit, emphasized the importance of the continuing strategic partnership with Du, stating that constructive cooperation between all stakeholders in the public and private sectors was crucial to achieve the objectives of the Government Summit in shaping innovative concepts for future governments.

H.E. Al Roumi said the regional and international partnerships for the third edition of the Government Summit highlight the Summit’s significance as the biggest international platform of its kind to explore future governments. The partnerships will help share experiences and international best practices in government service delivery to enhance the happiness and welfare of the communities and provide new opportunities for future generations.

H.E. Al Roumi said the Government Summit is building on its successful partnerships at the regional and international levels with leading international organizations such as the United Nations, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, World Economic Forum, as well as private sector companies. The Government Summit is also aiming to improve it knowledge partnerships with educational institutions, universities, thought leaders and experts from all over the world, H.E. Al Roumi added.

His Excellency Ahmad Bin Byat, Chairman of Du, emphasised the importance of the strategic partnership with the Government Summit in achieving the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum to enhance national efforts to develop new concepts of future services.

“Based on this vision, we are keen to continue our partnership with the Government Summit, which represents an ideal interactive national and international platform that boosts discussions between public and private sectors under one umbrella. It also promotes best practices and experiences at the local and global levels to improve the quality of services,” added H.E. Bin Byat.

The third edition of the Government Summit will be attended by more than 2000 participants. On the occasion, over 60 high-profile speakers, including world leaders, decision-makers, ministers, CEOs, thought leaders in government innovation, government officials and experts, will share ideas and visions on the future of government services, taking part in more than 30 interactive sessions.






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Dubai Court launches 30 smart services to ensure happiness of the audience

Dubai Court launches 30 smart services to ensure happiness of the audience

485Dubai: Jan 13, 2015; The Dubai Courts launched its first bundle of smart services that would allow the public using the judicial services through smart devices around the clock. The Dubai Courts application that offers 30 services is now available to the public. It saves time, effort and cost to the customers. The step comes within its keenness on providing the best hassle-free services to ensure happiness of the customers.

HE Expert / Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, Director General of Dubai Courts, said “the step goes in line with achieving vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai concerning the launch of the Smart Government project, who said “I want the public to complete all their government transaction through the phone” and also said  “the life’s pleasure is to do unexpected thing that no one did before you… I’m looking forward to new ingenuity from you”

The Dubai Courts’ transferring of its e-services to smart services comes to achieve its leading vision in the judicial work that aims at providing hassle-free services for the public, Tarish said. The new smart services would contribute to serving the audience and helping the employees to achieve the highest levels of performance to satisfy all segments of the society, he added.

It is great honor that the Dubai Courts is the first government department which provides its all services through integrated smart system. The services of auditors, judges, decision-makers and implementation officers are available to all categories to ensure efficiency of the smart operations, Tarish said.

The applications that the Dubai Courts launched are simple and easy, and available for every one. Through 4 steps, the customer can apply for the services and follow-up status of the transaction during any of its stages, he said.

The 30 smart services work on all smart ios and android devices.

These services include: the follow-up procedures of service implementation, services for inquiring about funds, property, passport photo, vehicles, cash and deposits with banks, departure of a party through General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, the stock and bonds, service of To Whom It May Concern certificates, service of booking trade name, accounting service and others.

The application also offers services of seizure notice, installments, and removal of restraining, replacement of a receiver, vehicles impoundment, suspension of proceedings temporarily, attaching (lands, real estate,  stocks bonds, income and stakes, cash and deposits with banks, assets of institution or company) and services of sale of transferred the money, sale of vehicle in the implementation, sale of a stake in the property, sale of vessels, sale of real estate via valuation service, sale of shares, a bid in auction, withdrawal of bidder, and awarding an auction.

This application that offers smart services relating to the cases, is one of the smart applications provided by Dubai Courts. It is a smart, an interactive and an integrated application for the cases registered in Dubai Courts. It contains a group of smart services offered by Dubai Courts that would ensure facilitation and quickness of the procedures to achieve its vision in the judicial work.

Moreover, the Dubai Courts’ application of smart services is an unprecedented quantum leap in the judicial filed in particular, and the government in general. It is not limited to providing a way to request service, but it an integrated system through which the Dubai Courts applies the principle of smart operations in management of its major missions.

It is the simplest and easiest way to deal with transactions of all cases, starting from submitting a request till a final decision. The new application is an actual translation of an integrated series of operations and procedures that were reconstructed and improved to become smart operations. It has become the main tool provided by the Dubai Courts for its customers and employees. This would ensure controlling and managing all the procedures of the cases anywhere and in anytime.

The application was designed to primarily target the categories of outer customers (parties to the suits, law offices, and typing offices), and the internal auditors and judges, as well as secretaries and implementation officers, so as to ensure provision of an integrated and smart experience.

The first version of the application contains many services including services dedicated to the outer customers like: filing a lawsuit (it provides models depending on the case type), attaching the required documents, e-pay of fees, modifying the text based on request of the auditor, e-paying difference of fees if required, query about applications, query about the case, receiving notifications on the mobile device (Email, SMS, Push Notifications), previewing copy of decision signed electronically by the judge or decision maker.

The version also includes services for internal auditor, namely: reception of notifications on the mobile device (Email, SMS, Push Notifications), reviewing a submitted request and previewing the attachments, inquiring about the case, requesting information or modifications or additional attachments, reviewing the request’s fees, determining any other fees on the application and sending it electronically to the client for payment, forwarding the request electronically to the judge to decide.

It also includes a set of services dedicated to the judges (decision maker), namely: reception of a notification on the mobile device about a new application via (Email, SMS, Push Notifications), reviewing the application, inquiring about the case information and application fees, redirecting or assigning the application internally, communicating with the applicant electronically (if needed), decision-making and signing electronically, submitting the application to the secretary for the follow-up.

The application is available on apple store:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/smart-petitions/id946033161?ls=1&mt=8

And Google play

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ae.gov.dcpetitions.mobile.iphone



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Dubai Courts launches “A’won” initiative to provide volunteer experts

Dubai Courts launches “A’won” initiative to provide volunteer experts

450Dubai: Jan 10, 2015; The Dubai Courts has launched “A’won” (assistance) initiative to provide volunteer experts of ordinary individuals to support the litigants suffering financial trouble with their experience.  The initiative comes to enhance the trust in the judicial system locally and internationally, and highlights role of the courts and experts in the area of community-based services.

Expert / Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, Director-General of Dubai Courts, said that launch of A’won initiative comes in line with vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai to make the litigants happy through providing them with services that would raise their happiness indicator. He stressed the need to provide hassle-free services for any who deal with the Dubai Court.

The Dubai Courts seeks through the initiative to help the litigants who can not afford fees of experts for the cases they file with the court, he said. It also aims at facilitating the procedures of litigation for the customers who are unable to pay the fees and activating spirit of volunteering work of the experts, in addition to enhancing the partnership between the courts and the experts offices, Tarish added.

The experts would provide their services for the litigants in two paths, according to the type of the case and the mission assigned to them. The services will be free or in return for money to be paid after finishing procedures of litigation with a final verdict and starting the implementation. This initiative covers all litigants in labour, personal status, commercial, civil and real estate cases.

The section of experts and arbitrators affairs at the cases service department of Dubai Courts will oversee A’won initiative in cooperation with all enrolled in the roster of experts of Dubai Courts, which is available to all experts enrolled in the courts for volunteering and to offer their services through this initiative



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Courts to use GPS in serving subpoenas

Courts to use GPS in serving subpoenas

4131The Ministry of Justice has started using Google maps to reach people who are involved in legal matters and must appear in court, a source said recently.

The procedure involves using a Global Positioning System (GPS) installed in the cars of court officials going out to issue subpoenas or other notifications. This also helps to overcome the lack of street names and addresses in some parts of the country.

The court officials are given details of litigants’ whereabouts in the form of sketches produced by others involved in the legal matter, in addition to information such as house numbers, names of neighborhoods, streets and landmarks.

Hussein Al-Fifi, deputy president of the King Abdullah Judicial Development Project, said the system is based on Google maps. Once the court official reaches the residence of the litigant there will be a signal confirming the location, he said.

Lawyer Hamoud Alnajim said this would ease the work of court officials. “The mission itself is difficult because sometimes the name of the street or neighborhood is not clear. Maps facilitate the whole process,” he said.

“The procedure will speed up litigation. Many lawsuits are delayed because one or both of the litigants are not notified about the date and time of the session, so there is a growing backlog of cases,” he said.

In terms of a royal decree issued in 2003, judges must ensure that litigants are aware that they have to appear in court, with court officials going out physically to carry out this task.

The new system requires that two copies of a notification are delivered, the original and a photocopy. If there are several litigants, more photocopies are made. The court officials must deliver the notification at a litigant’s place of residence, or work.

If this is not possible, then the court officials must deliver the notification to a person living with the litigant, the chief of the neighborhood, the police station, or the head of the tribe.

Alnajim said that the ministry is looking at other ways to force people to appear in court, which includes blocking a person’s ability to withdraw money from an ATM, with approval from the Saudi Monetary Agency. He described this as a “brilliant idea.”

Alnajim said the more problematic issue in any litigation process is when the whereabouts of the people involved are not known.

Mohammad Al-Tamimi, a lawyer, said one of the biggest challenges facing court officials includes litigants changing their addresses, either to avoid the court process, or for another reason. This becomes especially difficult in inheritance cases when more than one person has to be informed.

Another challenge, said Al-Tamimi, involves commercial courts because registered mail is used to inform litigants, not court officials.



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Kingdom Holding ‘concludes 2014 with a strong performance

Kingdom Holding ‘concludes 2014 with a strong performance

4113Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), held a board meeting at the company’s HQ in Riyadh recently.

The meeting was attended by KHC Board that comprises Talal Almaiman, executive director for development and domestic investments, Sarmad Zok, executive director of hotel investments, Adel Alsayed, executive director for private equity, international investments and the non-executive board members that included Shadi Sanbar, senior financial adviser to the chairman, Khaled Al-Saheem, Taher Agueel and Rasha Elhoshan,

Prince Alwaleed represented Saleh Al-Sagri during the meeting in his absence.

The meeting was also attended by Mohammed Fahmy, KHC’s CFO, Fahad bin Saad bin Nafel, executive assistant to the chairman, Mohammed Alduwais, chief accountant KHC, Majed Altoukhi, director of business development and operations KRED and Olivier Hochstaettler, M&A and investments director KRED.

The board meeting was held to oversee KHC’s performance in 2014, approve 2015 budget and operation strategy.

Furthermore, the meeting outlined and fortified KHC’s diversified investment strategy, long term vision for growth and development, and for future prospective investment opportunities.

Prince Alwaleed commented: “Kingdom Holding concludes 2014 with a strong performance.”

Founded in 1980, KHC is a publicly traded company which was listed on Tadawul in 2007.

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MoL to deploy female shop inspectors

MoL to deploy female shop inspectors

4111The Ministry of Labor plans to deploy women inspectors to ensure shops selling female accessories comply with Saudization staffing regulations.

The ministry’s feminization program has been divided into three phases. The first phase covers stores selling lingerie and cosmetics, the second gowns and bridal dresses and the third fragrances, maternity wear, shoes, bags, ready-made clothing, fabrics and other accessories.

Sources said recently the inspectors would also provide shop owners with information and guidance that would enable them to comply with the regulations requiring them to hire women.

Employers would have to modify working conditions and address violations. They are also required to cooperate and respond to feedback from inspectors or any other government agency. The ministry said it would penalize shops that fail to do so.

On Monday, the Labor and Interior Ministries carried out joint inspections at 96 shops in central Riyadh, arresting 66 expatriates who violated regulations.

Abdullah Al-Olayan, general manager at the Labor Ministry in Riyadh, said the inspections have been taking place over an extended period. He said the ministry is working closely with the Interior Ministry to deploy inspection teams. Officials from the two ministries are also having regular meetings.

He said Labor Minister Adel Fakeih, his deputy Mufarrij Al-Haqbani, and Abdullah Abuthnain, deputy minister for inspections and development of the work environment, have been overseeing operations.

Inspection teams have been checking conditions across all sectors, including construction and building, operations and maintenance, wholesale and retail, accommodation and tourism, food and nutrition, health and education.

Al-Olayan called on employers and business owners to comply with the regulations and avoid committing violations, because it ultimately affects negatively on the economy.

Meanwhile, the textile committee at the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, under chairman Suleiman bin Hamad Al-Yahya, recently discussed various challenges facing employers on the regulations.

The committee discussed the demands of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, which require shop owners to sign written undertakings that they would change their shops to accommodate women workers.

Al-Yahya said textile shops still face various obstacles, including the problem of women being unable to carry large rolls of fabric that weigh up to 250 kg. “It is very difficult for women to move the fabric around,” he said. He said other skills, such as cutting the cloth professionally, is also needed. “Women are not the only customers for cloth and fabrics used for dresses, because these materials are also used for curtains, couches and sofas.



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Dubai Courts launches initiative of “innovative department” and celebrates its excellence of 2014

Dubai Courts launches initiative of “innovative department” and celebrates its excellence of 2014

4103Dubai: December 22,2014: The Dubai Courts held its annual celebration dedicated for its employees on Saturday, during which HE Expert / Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, Director-General of Dubai Courts honored the senior employees and the winners in the 9th edition of Excellence Awards Programme-2014 of Dubai Courts.  The present included Judge Dr. Ibrahim Imam, Head of the Court of Cassation Judge Isa Mohammed Sharif, Head of the Court of Appeal, Judge Jasem Mohammed Baqir, Head of the Court of First Instance, along with the heads of specialized courts and department directors and staff of the Dubai Courts.

Al Mansouri stressed that paying attention to the national human resources goes in line with the vision of our prudent leadership to build a well-qualified, knowledge-based and capable generation to serve our nation. The citizens are the real wealth of this country, who play pivotal role in building the development and progress of the UAE, he added.

The Dubai Courts has been keen on honoring the distinguished every year, whether individuals or departments, which comes under directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, who launched several awards to honor the distinguished in Dubai in particular, and in UAE in general, he added.

The Dubai Courts’ awards aim to motivate the employees and the departments to develop their performances and improve mechanisms of the work. Additionally, it seeks to raise awareness on the culture of excellence, quality and transparency so as to become an integrated element of the work environment at government entities. It also spreads spirit of competition between the departments and sectors, in addition to developing the abilities of the staff and qualifying them to possess the best practices in services providing, Tarish said.

The efficiency and success of the institutions rely on the efficiency and skills of the human resources, which enable them to achieve their strategic objectives, he said. The Dubai Courts which spent long years in serving the justice in Dubai, is possessing efficient and experienced staff, who worth honoring and praise on the efforts of 25 years.

The Dubai Courts honored the winners of the 9th edition of Excellence Awards Programme-2014, who included many categories, like administrative excellence. The winner of excellence achievement category (distinguished court) is the Commercial Court, winner of the distinguished judicial department is the first full commercial department, winner of the distinguished department is the civil cases department, winner of the distinguished initiative is the social media department, winner of the innovative department is the labour and fees execution department, and winner of the innovative idea is “an idea out of the box”

Tarish also honored categories of special career excellence, which included the distinguished judge who is Ahmed Thabet Al Amri, the distinguished execution judge is Ahmed Obaid Al Mansouri. Meanwhile, the honored categories of career excellence, included the distinguished innovative director who is Omar Mohamed Shreif, the distinguished administrative employee is Yaaqoub Mohamed Ahmed from the execution department, the  distinguished employee in the specialized jobs is Soaad Abdullah Freedi from the department of administrative and financial affairs, the distinguished employee in the field work is Mohamed Bahaa Aldin Noaman from the execution department, the distinguished female employee is Mariam Salem Al Shamsi, the new employees who were honored equally are: Mohamed Hassan Al Sarouh and Mona Darwish Mezan, and the innovative employee is Sheikh Abdullah Al Ketbi.

Also the categories of service stars were honored. The star of customer services star is Ali Mohamed Hassan from the execution department, and the best correspondent is Moahmed Abdullah Ahmed, the best execution warden is Moahmed Bahaa Al Din, and the distinguished secretary is Mohamed Isa Al Baloushi, the star of the “reply with good omen” initiative is Jaber Belal Al Baloushi from the notary department, and the star of the “please contact” initiative is Ahmed Al Shehi from the personal statuses department, and service category is Mohamed Nour from the administrative and financial affairs.

He also honored 70 employees for completing 25 years at the Dubai Courts. The best three departments which got the highest level of employees satisfaction are: the human resources department, financial control, and the center of the amicable settlement of disputes.

The Innovative Department

In the meantime, Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, Director-General of Dubai Courts launched a new initiative for 2015 titled “the Innovative Department”. It includes several programmes, such as innovation stock, innovators club, innovation laboratories, innovations seminars, innovation dialogue, innovators partners, and the category of the innovative regulatory unite that will be kicked off next year.

The celebration included a special part on the “Loyalty Print”, during which Tarish Al Mansour, Director of Dubai Courts, Judge Abdulqader Mosa Mohamed, Deputy Director General of Dubai Court, heads of courts and directors of departments, in addition to the employees put their finger prints on a painting to form the UAE flag. It also included a section on “Charter of Pledge” in which the judicial and administrative leaderships in Dubai Courts vow to provide a stimulating work environment enabling the judges and the staff to achieve the creativity and innovation in all judicial and administrative areas of Dubai Courts.

The annual ceremony of the Dubai Court was concluded by a draw on the prizes and gifts for participating employees.




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New salary scale for govt servants under review

New salary scale for govt servants under review

496An international consulting company has been asked to conduct a comprehensive study of the salary scale for Saudi nationals in the government sector. The study aims to prepare a booklet for conditions and specifications which determine a ‘flexible’ salary structure in light of the surging inflation and rising cost of living.

According to sources, the consulting company is in the final stages of the research and the project will soon be tendered for public competition.

The Shoura Council approved during last week’s session a recommendation that the Ministry of Civil Service coordinate with relevant bodies to study the restructuring of the salary scale from the fixed to a flexible system keeping in view the high cost of living and rising prices.

Sources said that the process to restructure salaries has been coordinated with amending the working hours of government employees to seven hours a day.

Abdullah Al-Ghaiman, member of the Shoura Council, said that the project will result in linking salaries of government employees to inflation. He added that a majority of Shoura members had voted in favor of the proposal and a decision was awaited, pending approval of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque King Abdullah.

Al-Ghaiman stressed that the project aims to maintain stability in the purchasing power of government employees. He also urged the government to impose strict control on the local market to curb the rising prices of commodities.

“The project entails the restructuring of the salaries of government employees and is currently under study by the Ministry of Civil Service,” he said.



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Govt to evaluate staff on basis of performance

Govt to evaluate staff on basis of performance

438Starting early January, the Ministry of Civil Service will implement the standard curve benchmark program to evaluate the performance of government employees, said Ahmed Al-Zahrani.

The current traditional method involves taking into account an employee’s seniority or years of service and periodic evaluation of performance. The modern method to be implemented soon will include mandatory selection testing and all measures will be linked to incentives, benefits, promotions and training.

Al-Zahrani said it is necessary to find appropriate means to implement the principle of differentiation method. This includes the standard curve orientation approach, which is a system used by the best organizations to compare between employees based on their skills and competence based on where they fall along the curve.

He said the ministry is keen to develop the employee performance measurement process in order to create a work culture that motivates employees by rewarding them based on their performance results and efforts.

According to Al-Zahrani, the objective of the new standard curve is to determine the best and most talented employees.


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