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SEC reviews study of evaluating new weekly work system

H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, and Deputy Chairman of the Sharjah Executive Council (SEC), chaired the meeting of the Executive Council on Tuesday morning, at the Ruler’s Office.

During its meeting, the SEC discussed several governmental issues on the agenda and reviewed the progress of work in many sectors and development projects in various cities and regions of the emirate.

The council was briefed on the study evaluating the application of the new weekly work system in the Government of Sharjah, and its impact on the progress of government work.

The study focused on the impact of the new experience through several government entities including the police sector, the environment, human resources, and the financial sector.

According to the study, the application of the new weekly work system contributed to a rise in many indicators and positive factors related to the work environment and employee productivity, as indicators of work quality, efficiency, productivity, speed of completion, and levels of employee and customer satisfaction increased.

According to the study, traffic accidents and deaths decreased by up to 40 percent as against the first quarter of 2021, with a decrease in severe injuries and others.

The new work system improved the financial performance of government agencies, according to the financial analysis and comparison of expenses, revenues and other financial factors.

In the environment sector, the study showed that the period when the new work system was implemented witnessed a decrease in the percentage of emissions of various gases, including carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. The council directed a follow-up of the study and evaluation of indicators related to the weekly work system until the end of this year to identify and strengthen the positives and develop negatives, ensure appropriate solutions and develop them.

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