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GCC GOV HR Awards 2019: Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs Wins 'Best HR Team' Award this year

The Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (MFNCA) has won the HR Team of the Year Award at the GCC GOV HR Awards 2019. The awards ceremony was held as part of the 7th Annual GOV HR Summit 2019 in Abu Dhabi on October 15-16, 2019.

The award is given to government agencies and major private sector across the GCC region, who have put their best efforts in human resource management, and who have adhered to international principles and standards in training their personnel.

The MFNCA’s Under secretary His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah thanked the Ministry’s staff in general, and the Human Resources Department, in particular, for the new accomplishment, This will be added in the MFNCA’s track record of success and awards, which recognizes the Ministry’s commitment to best practices and high quality services.

“We take great pride in our efforts to invest in training and qualifying a generation of leaders across various fields,” H.E. Lootah said. “This is in line with the commands of our brilliant leadership to create a more efficient and empowered generation. This award provides another incentive to move forward with our efforts to attract and empower talented individuals, and play our part in the development process to meet the expectations and aspirations of our leadership and lead the UAE to the fore across all sectors.”

The Ministry of State for FNC Affairs participated in the GOV HR Summit 2019, organized by the Saudi Human Resources Development Fund under the theme ‘Nation-Building Is About Developing Human Capital’, with more than 100 local and international organizations, as well as government institutions from the UAE and the GCC.

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