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UAE: MoHRE launches automated system for employment contracts

UAE: MoHRE launches automated system for employment contracts

In the first two days of the launch, more than 35,000 contracts have been completed

Divsha Bhat
Mohre

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has launched an automated system to complete employment contracts without human intervention.

In the first two days of the launch, more than 35,000 contracts have been completed. These include new and renewed employment contracts that were approved following signature verification.

“The new system utilises advanced technologies to process and verify images, which reduces the duration per transaction from two days to just 30 minutes, while also minimising human error,” the ministry said.

In October 2017, the UAE Cabinet adopted the UAE National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence with the aim of enhancing government performance, accelerating transactions, and developing innovative working environments. The strategy will also focus on making the UAE government the first in the world to invest in artificial intelligence across vital sectors and provide 100 percent of its first-line services through AI.

In line with the UAE Centennial 2071 objectives, this strategy will serve as a foundation for future services and infrastructure in the UAE, a statement said.

MoHRE has adopted several technologies such as the awareness programme via the self-guidance service, the WhatsApp channel, the smart mobile app, the smart communication framework, the Nafis platform and the open data policy.

Customers can use the awareness programme for the self-guidance service via the ministry’s smart mobile app, which also provides more than 100 of the ministry’s services, powered by artificial intelligence and big data.

The ministry has also developed the smart communications system to become the first government entity to implement it proactively. It completes digital transactions with a remote work system and provides e-services around the clock. The system has smart features that allow checking attachments and transaction data.

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