His Excellency Sami bin Adi, Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services Sector at the Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (MFNCA), accepted a Silver Stevie Award on the Ministry’s behalf in the Best Human Resources Department category.
The MFNCA beat more than 4,000 government entities from 74 countries around the world, winning the Silver Stevie Award at a ceremony held in Vienna, Austria. The Stevie Awards are among the most important global accolades, given to a handful of outstanding institutions in recognition of their innovation, as well as institutional, human resources, and business excellence.
MFNCA Undersecretary His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah said: Winning this prestigious international award is another milestone we can add to the Ministry’s track record; it underlines our success in launching initiatives, implementing innovative solutions, and adhering to global best practices in managing human resources and investing in them and their abilities. People are at the core of the MFNCA’s plans and strategies, as it strives to achieve its strategic objectives; provide high-quality executive services; ensure efficiency and transparency; and promote innovation in the workplace.
The Stevie Award will undoubtedly provide an additional incentive for our staff to take the lead, innovate, and pursue excellence in applying the highest standards in their work environment, H.E. Lootah added, thanking the entire team at the Ministry of State for FNC Affairs for the indispensable role they played in this achievement and urging them to maintain this momentum and continue to excel in their work.
Meanwhile, H.E. Sami bin Adi, the Ministry’s Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services Sector, noted: The award recognises our commitment to high-quality standards in managing and utilising our human resources. It rewards our hard work in training and empowering national talents to support the UAE’s progress towards excellence in all sectors.
The Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs has earned international credentials across various categories.
Source: Ministry of State for FNC Affairs