Emiratisation plan for federal staff approved

The Ministerial Council for Services has passed the Emiratisation plan in the federal government and mechanism for coordination and follow-up which was prepared by the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) as per the council's resolution for the Emiratisation plan for 2011-2013.
 
Based on Emiratisation data in the federal government sector, the federal entities were classified into categories according to Emiratisation percentage in each entity, and this entailed a number of related steps and decisions. The federal entities were classified into the following groups: 1. Ministries and federal entities that have achieved more than 80 per cent of Emiratisation, 2. Ministries and federal entities that have achieved 60-80 per cent of Emiratisation and 3. Ministries and federal entities with a low Emiratisation percentage (less than 60 per cent).
 
Based on this classification, FANH will define required measures that each entity should adopt including annual plans for Emiratisation quota, targeted jobs, training programmes and replacement.
 
According to FAHR study, Emiratisation rate in federal government sector (with exception of Ministry of Interior and diplomatic and judicial corps) rose to 53 per cent in 2011 from 47 per cent in 2010. In federal bodies, it surged to 36 per cent from 34 per cent for the period under review.
 
Chaired by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, the Council discussed the internal auditing system for the federal government which seeks to apply a standard method for internal auditing.
 
The Council approved a proposal submitted by the Ministry of Environment and Water on drafting a legislation regulating use of pesticides that have harmful impact of public health. The move was a direct response to marked increase in number of fake companies for pest control services.

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