Ooredoo, a key contributor to the realisation of Qatar’s National Vision 2030 and its human development pillar, has received an award from the Ministry of Labour to recognise leading, distinguished private sector establishments that support Qatarisation in the workplace.
Ooredoo’s chief human resources officer, Eman Mubarak al-Khater, received the award from HE the Minister of Labour Dr Ali bin Samikh al-Marri at a recent ceremony.
Al-Khater said: “It is a great honour to receive an accolade for our contribution to the implementation of Qatarisation in the workplace. Such recognition reflects well on our ongoing campaign to ensure that Ooredoo - now newly rebranded and guided by the customer-centric desire to ‘Upgrade Your World’ - is an employer of choice in Qatar. Indeed, we were rightfully proud to be named a Best Place to Work in Qatar in 2021. We wholeheartedly support the Ministry of Labour in its efforts, with Qatarisation as a key priority, to ensure opportunities for nationals in major private sector companies, and look forward to a promising future with a workforce enhanced by the brightest of Qatari talents.”
Ooredoo’s comprehensive Qatarisation programme - which has ensured that more than 43% of roles at Ooredoo go to Qatari nationals - and its award-winning talent development programmes have enabled the telco leader to make solid progress towards building a fully knowledge-based organisation, well-placed to meet the ambitious goals of Qatar National Vision 2030.
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