The Ministry has worked to establish, build and manage long-term partnerships with federal and local government entities and the private sector to ensure complementarity of roles at the national level and to enhance the reputation of the UAE at the regional and international levels in response to government directions in partnership and integration of roles and responsibilities. MoHRE has identified external and internal issues pertaining to the achievement of its strategic objectives and linked it to the requirements of partnership with its partners to achieving its strategies.
The Ministry reviewed the areas of partnership management and evaluation development of its overall framework for managing the relationship with partners to invest in the resources and capacities of stakeholders to achieve performance integration and lead results.
It has also adopted the principles of governance structure, operational structure, changes in working methods, common issues resolution process and performance measures, and has defined its activities and processes related to its partnerships with all relevant parties, including: responsibilities and roles, direct impact of cooperation on parties' actions and impact on the sustainability of cooperative business partners in external relations.
The Ministry developed a mechanism to assess mutual cooperation objectives to ensure efficiency of partnerships.
The following is the list of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation’s partners:
- Services and Initiative Partners
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has connected with 52 government entities electronically to serve you better. We, alongside our partners, aim to provide you with top-notch services and achieve the vision of our government.
- General Pension and Social Security Authority (GPSSA)
The Ministry shares GPSSA the work permit data of UAE nationals, hence GPSSA has access to the companies that have not registered their Emirati employees to the pension scheme
- Federal Authority for Identify, Citizenship, Customs, & Port Security
The electronic link eases obtaining the basic information of the individual - identity number, unified number, or file number, to verify the validity of their personal information. The link also enhances coordination between the two entities regarding processes of establishment and employees
- Al Etihad Credit Bureu
The electronic link helps obtaining the credit assessment of establishments registered with the Ministry and provides data on establishments, employees and wage protection to Al Etihad Credit Burae.
- The General Pension and Social Security Authority
- Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs & Port Security
- Al Etihad Credit Bureu
Service Delivery Channels
Within the framework of MoHRE’s partnership with service centers that are managed by the private sector, the Ministry is keen to provide systems that support the operations of these centers and set standards to provide the finest services to customers, whether they are employers, employees in the private sector, or families hiring domestic helpers or domestic helpers themselves, as well as Senior Citizens and People of Determination (people with disabilities).
Below are the lists of authorised service centres:
- Governmental Partners
- International and Regional Organizations and Authorities
- Employer Authorities
- Public benefit and non-governmental organizations
MoHRE’s partnership with associations of public interest and non-governmental institutions aims to build a bridge of communication with the community to spread and strengthen the culture of tolerance, community cohesion and acceptance of the other, also strengthening the spirit of one family, especially through cooperation in the implementation of community initiatives
- UAE Red Crescent
- Beit Al Khair Society
- Private Sector Partners
MoHRE’s partnership with the private sector is strategic, as the Ministry applies a package of legislation and initiatives that support the stability of the labour market and enhance its attractiveness to attract global and national talents and expertise, as well as enhance and support the business environment and attract investors.
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