The occasion was attended by Sohar Aluminium’s board member Matt Liddy, CEO, Eng Said al Masoudi, Executive Committee, management team and workers from across the business.
The Mumtaz Club is an employee incentive scheme that aims to reward person excellence in preserving the company’s vision of a ‘Passion for Excellence, Be the Best’. Participants obtain person points for revolutionary tips to boost productivity and monetary strength, and for participation in the Employee Volunteering Programme as nicely as participating in well being and security awareness campaigns and events.
At the occasion, the Sohar Aluminium Business Strategy Pillars’ Champions award was offered to seven workers as the highest achievement for contributing towards the company’s strategic objectives: Health, Safety and Environment, People, Productivity, Financial Strength, Corporate Citizenship and Customers.
The Gala commenced with a unique acknowledgement offered to 368 workers for their loyalty right after finishing a lot more than ten years of service with the business. “It is with great pride that we are able to acknowledge the commitment shown by so many of our employees, who go above and beyond for the success of our organisation. I am inspired every day by their passion for excellence and their ongoing dedication to realising the company’s strategic objectives,” stated Eng Masoudi.
He added, “Employees are at the heart of our operational models, and their perseverance has directly contributed to our outstanding results in productivity, environmental management and corporate social responsibility. Our people are our biggest asset and programmes such as the Mumtaz Club positively impact employee satisfaction and retention rates.”
Also, a unique recognition was offered to Badriya bint Hashil al Hinaiyah, a craftswoman from the Aluminium Handicrafts Centre, Siwar, that was established and funded by Sohar Aluminium as 1 of its important CSR projects, for winning the very first location and His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Crafts Excellence Cup in the category of Metals and Jewellery.
A unique artistic overall performance was also offered by artists from Sohart, a group that nurtures talented artists from Sohar and North Batinah Governorate. The overall performance featured a special art piece that combined modern painting and sculpturing reside on stage.
Sohar Aluminium fosters an atmosphere that encourages people and teams to celebrate successes collectively. The Mumtaz Club is an instance of the harmonious synergy in between workforce, management and employees, who collectively celebrate the outstanding achievements of their fellow team members.
Information Source: Muscat Daily