Drydocks World & Maritime World and Jadaf Honor Staff For Performance Excellence

Posted by Joseph R. Fonseca
Sunday, May 04, 2014
Staff honored for Excellent Performance

 

Drydocks World & Maritime World, the leading global provider of innovative services to the marine and maritime sectors under oil & gas and energy industries, today announced the 2014 winners under its employee award scheme to recognize performance excellence among its staff. The awards being held for the second consecutive year recognizes an employee’s commitment & work ethic in embracing the challenges as the business continues to expand at a global level.
  
HE Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman, Drydocks World & Maritime World said, “We are moving to a knowledge based company with the further development of a national competitive workforce. We will continue to drive home performance and deliverables. The success of this transition is fully dependant on each & every one of our employees embracing & committing fully to the vision & strategy. We wish to provide recognition schemes which are widely publicized to encourage employees to rise to the challenges and embrace the 4Rs of excellence & achieve business transformation through continuous innovation. I am delighted that the employees this year have excelled in their respective fields and have actively contributed to the company’s vision and goals.” he added.

The recipients of the 2014 Certificate of Excellence are:
Marwan Ahmed Ali Al Arif
Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Abdullatif
Ahmed bin Jarsh al Suwaidi
Nasser Saeed Alhatimi
Essam Moosa AlFalasi
Fares Abdulla Albalooshi
Tariq Falaknaz
Aishah Mohammed Ali Al Delly
Abdulla Salem Alsuwaidi
Yousuf Mohd Ahmed Al Hammadi
Ibrahim Hassan Haider
Abubaker Yaliyel Almarri
Fatma Abdulla Alzarooni
Suroor Mohd Suroor Bel Abaida
Abdulla Sultan Abdulla AlMuhairi
Mohamad Mubarak Buamim
Majid Mohd Ahmed Al Shizawi
Mohammed Faisal Qayed
Abdulrahman Saif Alshamsi

Drydocks World & Maritime World is committed to the development of local nationals working & currently 32% of its middle and upper management staff are nationals. With a focused & aggressive national recruitment and development program, the company is set to raise the number of nationals employed during 2014. This program is also coupled with a strong ‘Future Leaders Program’ which is geared to providing career opportunities to its existing local workforce.

Drydocks World

 

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