Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Chairman of Sharjah Executive Council (SEC) , chaired the meeting of SEC on Tuesday in the presence of Sheikh Abdullah bin Salem bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Vice Chairman of SEC and Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Vice Chairman of SEC.
During its meeting, the SEC discussed general government issues that would enhance the emirate’s position and enhance its leadership in various fields, and develop government work systems in line with the comprehensive development in various sectors.
SEC reviewed during the meeting the evaluation study of the new weekly work system in the Government of Sharjah, as the most prominent results showed an increase in employees productivity in 88% of the entities , 81% increase in positive communication between employees, 61% increase in the rate of providing e-government services outside of official working hours, 74% increase in the attendance rate, 76% increase in innovation and creativity, and 46% decrease in sick leave rate.
From the level of employees, the study found 90% increase in the rate of job satisfaction, 90% improvement in job performance, 91% feeling of happiness in general after implementing the new system, 87% positive effect on mental health, 84% the system achieves a balance between work and family life, 96% increase in enjoying the weekly holiday , 70% increase in the percentage of participation in social events, 62% increase in the opportunity to practice exercises and special hobbies, 74% increase in the sense of suitability of the work environment for new working hours, 59% increase in the opportunities for free time to pursue private commercial projects, and 52% increase in the chances of completing education.
At the level of government agency customers, the study showed that customers feel a high satisfaction rate with the quality of services and the performance of employees in general by 94%, and customers’ satisfaction with the cooperation of employees in meeting their needs by 93%, and customers’ access to services was not affected by 86%, and customers’ satisfaction with the speed of response by 85%.