New priority rule set for UAE citizens applying for jobs in federal government

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The UAE Cabinet meeting chaired by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

The UAE Cabinet has approved a decision giving priority in appointments in federal government jobs.

The Cabinet meeting chaired by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai on Wednesday (May 15).

Under the Cabinet’s decision, Emiratis who have worked in the private sector for at least three years will be given priority when applying for jobs in the federal government.

Experience in the private sector will be added as one of the items to be relied upon when appointing an employee to the federal government.

The decision aims to consolidate the federal government sector by integrating national expertise from the private sector, thereby enriching the variety and diversity of knowledge within government entities.

The decision promotes the broad dissemination of insights and practices gleaned from private sector companies, enhancing the overall effectiveness and innovation within the public sector, according to state news agency WAM. ICA/Expat Media


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