The head of Human Resources Policies Suggestions team at the UAE’s Ministry of Interior has asked for restriction on taking gifts and donations during the recruitments.
Addressing a workshop, Colonel Dr. Jassim Al Bakr, Deputy Director of the Federal Police School and Head of the Human Resources Policies Suggestions team at the Ministry, stressed on the importance of implementing restrictions on accepting gifts among employees and members of the public or other entities.
He noted that the Emiratisation policy aims to provide the general framework to increase employment of Emiratis ratio at the ministry and its various sectors. This comes in line with the state’s strategy that supports Emiratisation, and aims to achieve the objectives set by the Council of Ministers.
Colonel Al Bakr also stated that the recruitment and selection policy aims to establish the standards and criteria for suitable selection and recruitment. This would provide the ministry and its various sectors with qualified human cadres, according to specific and clear standards for jobs and disciplines, taking into account each sector’s nature of work. This policy includes features related to the recruitment and selection plan, recruitment and selection standards, recruitment and selection applications, Curriculum vitae, interviews, medical examinations, tests, and approvals required for recruitment.
The workshop was organised by the Directorate-General of Strategy and Performance Development at the General Secretariat of the Office of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior on human resources policies at the Ministry of Interior.
The workshop was held at the Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS) in the Al Bateen Executive Airport, and included lectures delivered by Colonel Dr. Jassim Al Bakr.
It tackled the policies for accepting gifts and donations, Emiratisation, recruitment and selection. A number of officers from the Human Resources Department at the Ministry of Interior and the various police headquarters across the country took part in the workshop.
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