Major-General Khaled Abdel-Al, Cairo Governor, stated that the Cairo Center for Human Resources Development will hold several training courses in the governorates of Dakahlia, Eastern, Matrouh and Alexandria during the month of February to activate the cooperation protocol between the governorate and the Information and Decision Support Center in the Council of Ministers to rehabilitate workers in information centers in other governorates and the administrative sector in the country within the framework of a strategy Sustainable development, Egypt Vision 2030 and the administrative reform plan.
Abdel-Al added that these courses are aimed at administrative development and publicizing the administrative reform plans currently adopted by the state and developing the leadership skills of the trainees and developing their capabilities to understand the application of basic concepts related to leading business groups in institutions and the effective contribution in providing information and data and analyzing them to support decision-making officials and strategic planning, in addition to To provide better public service and qualification of a government employee capable of good planning and innovation in his fields of work.
The Governor indicated that these courses will be held in Dakahlia Governorate from February 1 to February 8, in Sharkia Governorate from February 15 to February 22 and in Matrouh Governorate from February 21 to February 28, and in Alexandria from February 22 to February 29.
He added that these courses will improve the level of services and facilities and push the developmental plans of the governorates, in addition to refining the skills and developing the leadership capabilities of workers, so this contributes to creating a second leadership class of employees in various fields.
Source: Akhbarelyom newspaper
Al-Jamra obtained a master’s degree for his study of employee empowerment and its effect on organizational commitment (an applied study at the University of Jordan Hospital) under the supervision of Dr Khaled Bani Hamdan and the membership of Dr Al Hareth Abu Hussein and Dr Muhammad Al-Ajlouni.
Al-Jamra said that his study aimed to identify the availability of the dimensions of empowerment of workers and the availability of organizational commitment and the effect of empowering workers on the organizational commitment of workers at the University of Jordan Hospital, and applied to a total sample of workers at the upper and middle administrative levels.
Al-Jamra explained that the analysis indicators in the study revealed that the study sample possesses to adopt the empowerment strategy at a level above the average and that there is a positive correlation between each dimension of employee empowerment and the level of organizational commitment. This means that adopting a staff empowerment strategy will reinforce the employee’s commitment to the organization. While the study found that there was a moral effect to exclude the empowerment of workers at the macro level and its dimensions at the commitment level.
In a press statement to Al-Jamra, he said: He is working on preparing more studies and research that will raise the level of work, in harmony with the university's vision towards a smart university, stressing that he will harness all his career and research capabilities in the university's growth and prosperity.
Al-Jamra has extensive experience in human resource management for about 12 years, during which he held the presidency of the Physicians Division from 2013 until today, and previously worked as head of the Personnel Division.
Source: Ammon Newspaper
IBM Terminals Bahrain, the operating company of Khalifa Bin Salman Port, has announced the appointment of Yousry Abdullah as the General Manager of Human Resources at the company.
Yousry Abdullah joins the management team at the company with 16 years of experience in the field of human resources with a specialization in employee welfare and welfare, in addition to management experience. It will focus on the strategic direction of human resource management practices, training and development of employees at all levels, career advancement and women's empowerment.
On this occasion, Susan Hunter, CEO of IBM Terminals Bahrain stated, “Yousra brings with her new position as general manager of human resources in the company extensive experience, as she joins our team as a supporter of efforts to empower our employees and develop their skills, while at the same time promoting and supporting a culture of equal employment opportunities. With her experience working with people from different fields and ethnicities, we look forward to her contribution to strengthening the role of human resources in the company to better serve business requirements and help develop the future marine workforce in Bahrain. We wish her the best of luck in this new stage. ”
For her part, Yousrya said: “I am delighted to have joined the team of IBM Terminals, one of the organizations that are fully committed to the economic and social growth in Bahrain. In our current globalized and fast-paced world, safeguarding employee welfare is extremely important for institutional growth, which is essential for us at IBM Terminals. This year we will focus on career succession and rewards programs to enhance our employees ’experiences and prepare them to help achieve our long-term strategic goals.”
Source: Akhbar al Khaleej Newspaper