Coordinating Council for Labour Market in UAE holds 1st meeting, sets roadmaps


The Coordinating Council for Labour Market in the UAE held its first meeting, chaired by Dr Abdulrahman Al Awar, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and attended by Council members, including officials, heads of local government departments, and representatives of federal
government entities.
The Council was formed in accordance with the Cabinet Decision 25/3 of 2024 regarding the Establishment of a Coordinating Council for the Labour Market in the UAE. It is tasked with reviewing legislation, policies, strategies, programmes, and initiatives related to private sector companies, employees, and domestic workers.
The Council works to align federal and local systems, regulations, and procedures related to the labour market, ensuring coordination and integration at the national level. It also reviews reports, as well as local and international
statistics on the UAE labour market, to enhance the country’s global competitiveness and leadership.
During the meeting, Dr Al Awar said, “Establishing the Coordinating Council for Labour Market in the UAE reinforces the wise leadership’s vision for integrating roles and responsibilities between federal and local government entities, streamlining efforts in a joint government system that drives achievement in the labour market, boosts the UAE’s competitiveness, and boosts the country’s position as the best place in the world to live, work, and invest.”
“The meeting is the first step towards achieving the ambitious goals and objectives for which the Council was established,” he added, noting his confidence that the upcoming period will see “positive strategic transformations in joint efforts among all entities involved in the labour market, which, in turn, serves to continuously boost labour market competitiveness and support its ability to empower Emirati citizens and attract global talents.”
The meeting was attended by Major General Sultan Al Nuaimi, Director-General of Residency and Foreigners Affairs at the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Port Security; Abdullah Al Saleh, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy; Abdullah Khalfan Al Shamsi, Director-General of Legal Affairs and Legislation at the Abu Dhabi Executive Office; Rashed Abdulkarim Al Blooshi, Undersecretary of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development; Ahmad bin Meshar, Secretary-General of the Supreme Legislation Committee in Dubai; Sheikh Mohammed bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Labour Standards Development Authority in Sharjah; Humaid Rashid Al Shamsi, Secretary-General of the Executive Council of the Umm Al Quwain Government, and Dr Abdulrahman Al Naqbi, Director-General of the Ras Al Khaimah Department of Economic

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