Thursday 09-03-2023 20:22 pm
ABU DHABI, 9th March, 2023 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi Customs Administration, represented by the Director of Human Resources, has received the ‘HR Icons Award’, which honors the most influential Human Resources in the field Leaders Middle East, hosted by the human resources professional (ETHRWorld) platform, affiliated to the leading newspaper in the economic and trade field (The Economic Times).
The award recognizes outstanding leaders in the field of human resource management who have achieved tangible achievements, groundbreaking work and outstanding initiatives in their organizations.
The honor is based on the human resources achievements of Abu Dhabi Customs in adopting international best practices in its strategic transformation process to establish an empowered digital institutional environment serving the customs work system by providing service excellence and enhancing the capabilities of functional cadres. In addition to pioneering efforts in managing its human capital by applying full-scale automation using artificial intelligence and advanced technologies in the HR field to keep pace with changes, needs and future visions. Abu Dhabi Customs is the first government agency in the Middle East to implement the (Full Oracle HCM Cloud Suite with Analytics Enterprise) project and the first government agency in Abu Dhabi to be listed as a Best Place to Work, in addition to winning the 2022 International Stevie Awards Gold Award for Best Organization to Work For.
The selection and nomination process for this award is based on a variety of criteria and criteria, the most important of which are: candidate’s practice of transformational leadership, leadership in HR automation and transformation, contribution to redefining the work environment to deliver a unique workforce Gain experience through the application of wellbeing and quality of life programs while considering diversity, inclusion and achieving justice in the work environment, and working to support their human resources in ways that help predict the future
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