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Dubai’s Government HR Launches Strategic Plan

March 20, 2023

The Human Resources Department of the Government of Dubai has launched its strategic plan 2023-2026.(Picture from the Department).

The Human Resources Department of the Government of Dubai has launched its strategic plan 2023-2026, aimed at developing human resources by harnessing all capabilities that would enable employees within the Dubai government to keep pace with the surrounding changes. 

The strategy aims to take full advantage of human capabilities to enhance the leadership position of the Dubai government, and upgrade the government’s work system in Dubai.

The strategic plan was launched at the Etihad Museum in Dubai, in the presence of the Director General of the Department, Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, who confirmed that the Department is keen to be constantly prepared for all challenges and changes locally and globally, by continuing to focus on empowering Emiratis with the skills of designing the future and encouraging them to innovate, create, and forward-looking planning

Al Falasi explained that the vision of the Human Resources Department of the Government of Dubai is to support the future visions of Dubai with innovative talents, distinguished minds and competitive experiences globally, and to set strategic axes based on the aspirations of Dubai, to adopt high-performance work systems, through the management of human resources legislation through a regulatory environment. 

The strategy focuses on attracting distinguished national and international talents, whilst aligning Emirati capabilities with national and local agendas, to make the Dubai government the ideal environment for work, qualifying the workforce through talent development and management, and achieving the goals of the Dubai Economic Agenda 2033 by integrating 65,000 of the rising Emirati generation into the labour market and in the workplace. 

The aim is to assist the National Strategy for Talents in reaching a number of targets in global talent competitiveness indicators, including consolidating the UAE’s position as one of the top 10 countries in the field of global talent competitiveness, ensuring the availability of talents in the country’s strategic sectors to enable the knowledge economy, as well as consolidating the image of the UAE as a preferred destination for global talent.

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