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1.4% turnover rate among Emirati employees at DEWA

DEWA employs over 3,200 Emirati men and women in different domains and managerial levels. Dubai Electricity & Water Authority’s (DEWA) turnover rate among Emiratis employees has decreased this year to 1.4%.

DEWA employs over 3,200 Emirati men and women in different domains and managerial levels.

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority’s (DEWA) turnover rate among Emiratis employees has decreased this year to 1.4%.

The figures take into consideration recently retired Emirati staff, while DEWA’s Emiratisation has reached 86.67% in senior management.

“We have an integrated strategy to support Emiratisation and prepare Emiratis to take all engineering, technical and administrative jobs at DEWA, while we continue to attract experienced and fresh-graduate Emiratis,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA.

“This supports the UAE National Agenda to develop Emirati capabilities and our Emiratisation strategy to prepare Emiratis to lead the energy and water sectors.

“As a socially-responsible government organisation, DEWA also provides quality jobs that benefit the country and its citizens,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA.”

DEWA employs over 3,200 Emirati men and women in different domains and managerial levels.

This number includes 1,600 employees in technical jobs, 400 of whom are Emirati female engineers.

“DEWA works in accordance with the vision and directives of the wise leadership to prepare a generation that will keep pace with the government of the future, by developing a world-class educational system,” HE added.

“DEWA adopts a comprehensive strategy to develop and support Emirati young people to be the next generation of experts and leaders in research and development, anticipating the future, keeping pace with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and making use of disruptive technologies.

“This is part of our efforts to contribute to achieving the UAE Centennial 2071, which is a long-term government plan to prepare the UAE and young Emiratis for the future.”

Source: MEP Middle East

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