Sheikh Hamdan underlined the Dubai Government’s continued dedication to fostering an environment that fosters creativity and engagement among employees, aligning with Sheikh Mohammed’s directives to cultivate human capital and encourage them to achieve the highest levels of performance. These efforts significantly contribute to consolidating Dubai’s development path and enhancing its position as the world’s best city to work and live in, he noted.
“We have approved the distribution of Dh152 million in performance-based bonuses to exceptional employees, aligning with the Dubai Government’s strategy to cultivate human talent, foster creativity and innovation and empower people to implement their innovative ideas. . “This embodies the essence of Dubai’s successful approach to flexible government work and administration, ultimately contributing to the realization of the objectives outlined in the Dubai Economic Agenda, D33,” he said.
“We are immensely proud of the exceptional performance of Dubai Government employees and commend the dedication of our workforce in constantly striving for excellence to provide the best services to the residents of Dubai. We hope this reward serves as additional motivation for all members of the government workforce. Our appreciation for outstanding achievement knows no bounds, and those who leave a lasting impact in their work deserve the highest recognition. The Government of Dubai remains committed to recognizing excellence and holds in high regard those who make significant contributions. “This commitment to excellence has been our hallmark, defining who we are and guiding our work in the heart of Dubai.”
The allocation of bonuses reflects the Dubai Government’s commitment to recognizing exceptional human competencies, aligning with dynamic changes in government operations. It also aims to inspire employees to engage in creativity and innovation, improving their ability to fulfill their duties and tasks optimally.
DGHR Law No. 8 of 2018 aligns with the best global systems to attract, manage and retain human capital, while Decision No. (39) of 2018, regarding the Performance Management System for government employees of Dubai, strives to boost the productivity and competitiveness of government entities