DMCA employees recognised for innovation
Dubai Maritime City Authority holds ceremony to honour innovative ideas from staff
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has hosted a ceremony to honour its employees for their innovative contributions to the organisation.
A number of employees were recognised during a special ceremony celebrating innovation and creativity in the DMCA held in the presence of Amer Ali, Executive Director of DMCA. The Authority has adopted a culture of innovation and excellence, to improve the position of Dubai in the maritime sector.
Among the innovative ideas that were honoured during the awards were solutions for the improvement of registration of maritime crafts, customer service levels and the development of human resources.
Amer Ali praised the creative ideas emanating from DMCA's team and asked the members to keep on working hard towards more achievements that establish a model of excellence, creativity and leadership not only on for the maritime Authority, but at the government level in the Emirate of Dubai as well.
"We honour outstanding employees who provide innovative ideas in support of our ongoing commitment to act in accordance with the wise guidance of the government to create a stimulating work environment that welcomes constructive innovative ideas to further enhance global competitiveness and help fulfil goals in a proactive and innovative government initiative," Ali said.
"At the Dubai Maritime City Authority we adopt global best practices that create a positive atmosphere governed by transparency, teamwork, cooperation and equal opportunities. We empower our staff to be creative, promote institutional loyalty, and achieve professional excellence. Our employees have proven that they are our partners in our quest to put Dubai at the forefront of the best maritime capitals of the world. The creativity and excellence of our staff will continue to yield tangible results in improving internal performance and customer service. We have a new responsibility to continue maximizing the potentials of promising human resources, and make it clear as we constantly improve on the local maritime assembly components that we are committed to full maritime competitiveness regionally and internationally and further broaden the contributions of the maritime sector to economic development," he added.