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Thursday, 08 December 2022 10:13 GMT

Ooredoo Updates HR Policies For Employees


(MENAFN- The Peninsula) The Peninsula

Doha: Ooredoo Qatar has announced it shared a raft of new and updated human resources policies with its staff at a recent live event, as part of a recently completed major HR Policy Changes exercise. 

The live event was held at Ooredoo Towers and virtually via Workplace, with senior members of the company's HR team in attendance led by Chief Human Resources Officer Eman Mubarak Al Khater. 

Deputy Group CEO and CEO at Ooredoo Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani opened proceedings with a welcome speech. The event featured insights from Al Khater and a presentation with full details of all new and updated policies from the HR team. 

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani said:“I am delighted that we have concluded this invaluable exercise and presented to our staff the exciting results of our efforts. We have a strategic commitment to investment in our people, and this exercise is clear evidence of this commitment and our ongoing campaign to ensure we are an employer of choice for the brightest talents in Qatar.” 

The new and updated policies have indirect financial impact on staff and relate to four key areas; Smart Equipment Purchase, Employee Loans; Contributions for Humanitarian Cases and Leaves. 

Changes and updates of particular significance include an increase in maternity leave and the addition of paternity leave; extensions to, and greater flexibility with, a number of other leaves including medical, compassionate and patient escort and leave for supporting relatives with special needs; more flexible policies for employee loans – with the addition of monthly salary deductions for the purchase of smart devices – and the addition of leave for Qataris sitting exams. 

Al Khater said:“We embarked on this ambitious exercise to update our HR policies in order to ensure that we are operating in an agile, caring, forward-thinking environment, and that we retain our enviable position of being an employer of choice in Qatar. We were proud to share details of these changes and new policies at our live event; changes that will have a positive impact on our employees, their families and the wider community.”

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