After approving the minutes of the previous session, the council discussed a number of issues and discussed proposals that are in the interest of the emirate, taking appropriate decisions and recommendations regarding it.
Sheikh Fahim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Head of the Governmental Relations Department and Chairman of the Higher Committee for Digital Transformation, reviewed the efforts made by the committee in cooperation with the competent authorities, to provide high-quality technical infrastructure to keep pace with the great development of the emirate, and to provide the best and fastest government services.
The council approved the committee’s proposal to provide a database between the local and federal authorities related to those entitled to social security in the country, in a way that contributes to speeding up and facilitating government work procedures.
The Council issued Resolution No. 17 of 2020 amending the Executive Council Resolution No. 17 of 2017 regarding the executive regulations of Law No. 6 of 2015 regarding human resources for the Emirate of Sharjah.
The decision stipulates that the provisions of paragraph “first” of Article No. 74 of Executive Council Resolution No. 17 of 2017 regarding the executive regulations of Law No. 6 of 2015 referred to be replaced by the following texts:
First: sabbatical leave
1- The government agency may grant the citizen employee an exceptional sabbatical leave with a comprehensive salary, in order to carry out any work or tasks related to participation in the fields of national teams, competitions or sports activities, or social or cultural programs, or the like, which are not directly related to the work of the government agency In which the employee works, based on the request of the official authorities concerned with these fields and for the period that they specify.
2- The citizen employee deserves the leave according to what is organized by the decision of the Council of Ministers regarding sports sabbatical leave, and the like, or according to the decisions and circulars issued by the Executive Council.
3- The employee must have the qualifications, specialized experience, skills or talents in the fields mentioned in Item No. (1) of first of this article.
4- It is not permissible to license this leave except after the employee has successfully passed the probationary period.
5- The leave period may be extended at the request of the employee, and he must attach a report on the work that was done in the previous period, and the work that will be done during the extension period.
6- The leave period is counted as part of the employee’s service period, and the balance of periodic leave is not counted for the duration of the discharge leave from the government agency that belongs to it.
7- It is excluded from the above mentioned items, and upon the request of the department, the government agency may grant the employee an exceptional sabbatical leave with a comprehensive salary in the period of crises and disasters, in order to carry out any work or tasks related to volunteering at the request of the official authorities in the state, and according to the periods determined by those authorities, provided that The leave period is counted as part of the employee’s service period, and a periodic leave balance is calculated for him on the leave period from the government agency that he is affiliated with.
8- The employee must fill in a full-time leave form in accordance with Form No. “11” regarding the following leave request for Article No. (66) of these regulations, along with attaching the request of the competent authority requesting for discharge and attaching the decision or circular related to that.
In what was updated on the agenda of the session, the Council blessed the Sharjah Airport to obtain silver accreditation for the category of green airports for the year 2020 by the International Airports Council, after the airport adopted a number of green initiatives that contribute to preserving the environment and applying the highest standards of sustainability.
The head of Sharjah International Airport Authority, Ali bin Salem Al Midfa, indicated that the airport’s participation centered on “water management, improving its quality and recycling in line with international environmental standards”, as it was working on the design, construction and operation of a sewage treatment plant at Sharjah Airport to treat large quantities Of water with minimal environmental impact.
The Council directed the Human Resources Department to work on setting the executive plan for the gradual return of employees to their workplaces in accordance with the best procedures for prevention, health and safety, while conducting checks for all employees to ensure their safety before starting work, and issuing plans and guidelines necessary to implement this, stressing that the Council is that the health of community members is a priority Utmost with the government.
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