Dubai, UAE – Dar Al Ber Society (Dabs), in a bid to boost staff performance and develop its community and national services, has honoured 22 excellent employees at its headquarters on Sheikh Zayed road.
Present at the honourary ceremony were Khalfan Khalifa Al Mazrouie, Chairman -Dabs, Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Executive Director - Dabs, Imran Mohammed Abdullah, Head of Charity Projects Sector - Dabs, Abdullah Bu Snad, Head of Corporate Support Sector, and staff employees.
The annual function, themed ‘Ejada’, includes an array of 22 sections; excellent administrative staff, creative staff, new staff, excellent field staff, excellent financial staff, excellent customer service staff, and excellent cost cut staff.
The other categories span excellent male and female Quran teacher, excellent media staff, excellent social worker, excellent preacher, excellent driver, excellent male and female assistant staff, excellent unsung staff, corporate support, woman affairs, charity projects, and community services.
Al Falasi said it was of great importance to link charitable and humanitarian work with the Dubai future accelerators launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
“Dar Al Ber new strategy is based on three foundations; happiness, sustainability, and tolerance, while finding sustainable solutions to the poor and turning them into productive people are much better than supporting them with fixed allowances.”
Zakaria Hafez, on behalf of honourees, said excellence is a lifestyle and a culture in the UAE government. “It is a national advantage that can help achieve the UAE 2021 vision,” he said. “Excellence has been adopted and promoted in all government entities.”
Fadi Abdulhaleem, Deputy Director of Quality and Administrative Development Department, said the award has been well studied and long revised until it was finally approved and scheduled on an annual basis.
“The executive director has asked us to set a balance between the arbitration standards of Dubai government and the nature of Dar Al Ber, and directed the simplification of these benchmarks to get draw more response from the Society staffers.”