About Emiratization, retirement, unemployment and terms of employment in the «Private»

The National Bank will direct 5 questions to the Minister of Human Resources next Tuesday

The Federal National Council will discuss, in a session next Tuesday, a federal draft law on the regulation of commercial agencies, a parliamentary interaction with a series of government measures recently taken by the Council of Ministers, and which entered into force in the past days, regarding support for the Emiratisation file in the country, where five will be directed Parliamentary questions about the files of Emiratisation, retirement, unemployment and conditions of employment in the private sector, from members of the Council to the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, Abdul Rahman Al-Awar, out of seven parliamentary questions that are asked during the session to government representatives.

According to the arrangement of the meeting’s agenda, member Afraa Bakhit Al-Alili, the first question to the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, was asked about the conditions for appointing new graduates in the private sector, while member Obaid Khalfan Al-Ghoul Al-Salami asked a question about the employment of citizens in the private sector within the fifty projects initiative, while asking the question The third member, Adnan Hamad Al Hammadi, on benefiting from the experiences of retirees in the labor market.

In turn, the member Kifah Muhammad Al Zaabi asked a question about the job search journey for those over the age of 30, while the member, Maryam Majid bin Thaniah, concluded the questions regarding the file of Emiratisation and employment, with a question about the unemployment rate in the UAE.

Last May, the Council of Ministers, headed by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, approved a package of unprecedented incentives, including reducing fees for services of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation of up to 80% for private sector companies registered with The ministry, which is achieving qualitative achievements in employing and training citizens, in addition to raising the target of the percentage of localization of skilled jobs by 2% annually in private sector companies whose facilities include 50 or more employees, with the aim of creating job opportunities exceeding 12,000 jobs annually for citizens in the private sector and various sectors. economy of the country.

The Council also approved the approval of a monthly contribution of 6000 dirhams for non-compliant companies, starting from January 2023, for each citizen who was not employed in accordance with the target.

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