Thursday, 23 Mar 2023
Meet discusses Omanisation in manufacturing sector

Meet discusses Omanisation in manufacturing sector

The team discussed with them value of utilising Omani expertise at different job levels without having limiting them to the lowest level. The recruitment stick to-up team was formed beneath the Ministerial Decision No 55/2019 with the chairmanship of the director common of industries with representation from different other concerned organisations of the sector. They consist of Ministry of Manpower, Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE), assistance implementation and stick to-up units as nicely as Oman Industrialists Association.

Eng Sami bin Salem al Saheb, director common of industries and chairman of the technical team for the stick to-up of employment in the manufacturing sector, stated, “Recently, a team was formed to follow up the Omanisation plans proposed by the companies, including at the jobs proposed for direct recruitment and recruitment post training and replacement plan. The team will analyse the proposals of the industrial establishments to look into the challenges being faced by them and would work to solve them. It will also follow up the work and commitment of the companies in terms of Omanisation.”

The head of the recruitment stick to-up team of the manufacturing sector stated that the team had to survey all the profession possibilities at present accessible and agree upon possibilities anticipated for Omanis in the manufacturing sector. This is via meetings and discussions with the industrial establishments about their plans for Omanisation and recruitments so far as nicely as following up of the industrial establishments which come beneath the umbrella of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in regards with compliance with recruitment plans.

He added, “About the availability of the proper national expertise, the team will go over these specifications with the National Training Fund to train Omanis to function in the industrial sector. The team will also appear into the possibilities of replacements in financial projects. The team will also analyse the challenges arising due to matching the recruitment and function information with the Ministry of Manpower and the National Centre for Statistics and Information. It will function to update them and unify all these details. The team will also study and figure out the challenges in the way of recruitment and replacement in the sector. It will also give proposals to make the sector much more appealing.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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