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May 09 2019

RTA Women Committee explores ambitions of female staff

RTA Women Committee explores ambitions of female staff

The Women Committee at Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has been engaged in a series of meetings with female employees of various agencies and sectors of RTA as part of its strategy to screen their needs and future ambitions. 

Commenting on the undergoing discussions, Moaza Al Marri, Executive Director of the Office of the Director General and Chairman of the Board, and Chairperson of Women Committee, RTA said, “These meetings are held in response to the directives of H.E the Director-General and Chairman of the Board requiring RTA Women Committee to play an active role in communicating with female employees. As such, the committee is seeking to screen the needs and ambitions of female employees and heed to their views about improving the corporate performance in the interest of both RTA and employees.

“The Women Committee fully recognizes that its core mission is to leverage the technical and administrative training and guidance of female employees to groom and empower them in order to beat occupational challenges. It seeks to engage them in women related events all over Dubai and support their career development. Such efforts are aligned with the directives of our leaders considering women a key component of our development journey,” explained Al Marri. 

“Despite the professional nature of these meetings, the Women Committee spares no efforts to enrich the recreational and educational aspects of those employees. The overall objective is to strike a balance between work stress and personal needs. For this purpose, we are organising group trips to the Louvre Museum, Hatta attractions and sea cruises to name a few,” she concluded. 

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