Dubai: Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) has announced the Future of Government Work Accelerators Program was announced by in collaboration with the Dubai Government Human Resources Department.
The program’s goal is to assist government agencies in Dubai in implementing best practices to stay up-to-date with workplace changes and bolster the government’s future readiness.
The program was created in line with the objectives of Dubai Social Agenda 33, launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to enhance the societal welfare of employees in the government sector and improve work-life balance.
The program will be facilitated by Dubai Future Accelerators (DFA) and will involve 13 government entities, which will share best practices and insights around addressing current and future challenges in the field of government work.
Through workshops, the program will explore issues such as automation, talent, digitization, work-life balance, 21st-century skills, job security, remote work, recruitment strategies, legal structures, and more.
The Future of Government Work Accelerators Program focuses on three main objectives: unifying efforts to empower talent in the government sector; understanding the challenges and changes that affect government work; and anticipating the biggest future challenges in the field of preparing government employees.
HE Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al-Falasi, Director General of DGHR, remarked that, “We are continually developing new concepts and methods for working and achieving goals in ways that suit young talent.”
The Director General highlighted the department’s commitment to anticipating the future of government work as well as preparing to address change and face challenges with agility and speed in line with the vision of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.