Officially: Determining the future of the labor system in the UAE within 5 years
The Federal Authority for Human Resources determined the future of the labor system in the UAE within 5 years, after the comprehensive changes in the labor market in the UAE and globally.
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New regulations for work in the UAE have appeared recently
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has confirmed that the human resources sector has been undergoing rapid changes over the past two years. These changes have been brought about by the continuous development of technology, as well as the "Covid-19" pandemic, which imposed a new reality, such as flexible working hours and remote work, The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has also pointed out that fifty percent of workers will need to reskill their skills within the next five years in order to adapt to the changing nature of jobs.
Announcing the directions of the labor system in the UAE for the coming period
The Federal Authority for Human Resources in the UAE made an announcement that it had adopted five new directions for the work system during the upcoming years. It clarified that the first of these directions is increasing the flexibility of work environments and attracting new talents; the second direction is planning to use techniques involving artificial intelligence; and the third direction is paying attention to digital skills for all employees working in the UAE, These directions were adopted in light of the fact that the UAE is currently in the midst of a labour shortage, The process of advancing up the career ladder to developing a professional portfolio is the fifth and final one of these trends, The process of building skills through investment is the fourth of these trends, Because of this, the government has plans to provide vocational training to more than fifty percent of the people already employed in the Emirates.
Announcing the trend to increase the flexibility of work environments in the Emirates and attract talents in the Emirates
And the Federal Authority for Human Resources stated in the most recent issue of its "Human Resources" magazine that there are five main directions that contribute to shaping the future of the labour market in the coming years, the first of which is "increasing the flexibility of work environments and attracting new talents", as 69% of government institutions have provided The world wide options for flexible work, and witnessed an improvement in their productivity, while the s stated that there are five major directions that contribute to shaping the future of the labour market in the coming years.
The UAE announces the shift to using artificial intelligence techniques in the work system
The authority stated that artificial intelligence technologies have become a part of government work, as a global study confirmed that 72 percent of institutions either use or plan to use artificial intelligence technologies The study also noted that these technologies provide broader and more comprehensive horizons for completing tasks, increasing productivity, and achieving qualitative leaps in government work.
The UAE requires employees to pay attention to digital skills
The Federal Authority for Human Resources in the Emirates indicated that the state is heading to develop "digital skills" and the need to not be limited to programmers only, as digital skills are no longer reserved for technology professionals, but have become necessary for all employees from various sectors, including the government sector, and have also become a main focus, This is due to the fact that digital skills have become a primary focus. In order to keep up with the times, it is estimated that 375 million workers around the world will need to find new employment by the year 2030 as a direct result of the rapid advancement of technology.
Human Resources announces the UAE's interest in investing in building skills for employees
It is an important step to ensure the success of governments, institutions, and individuals in investing their strategies in development, in line with the changing nature of jobs, The Federal Authority for Human Resources announced the government's direction to shape the future of the labour market, in "investing in skill building," This is an important step to ensure the success of governments, institutions, and individuals, They stressed that institutions eager to develop and train employees have achieved success, The company sees returns on its investments in skills that are greater than 200%, This indicates that investing in employee skills enhances their readiness for the future, raises their productivity, and makes the working environment more pleasant.
The Emirates intends to move from the career ladder system to the professional portfolio system for employees
The Federal Authority for Human Resources provided an explanation of the government's intention to implement the "transition from the career ladder system to the professional portfolio system," This is an innovative methodology that enables the employee to design a multi-skilled career path that assists him in changing and developing it over time, and this model encourages continuous education and skill development, The government intends to adopt this methodology, and it has been explained that this is the government's intention.