Conference on developing human resources kicks off at OCEC

Muscat: Activities of the 6th edition of OSHRM’s conference on developing human resources kicked off today at Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre. The conference is organized by the Ministry of Labour and Oman Society for Human Resources Management (OSHRM).

The conference seeks to find ways to hone the skills of human resources and to endorse a new work culture based on innovation.

The event, which lasts for several days, will discuss the modernization of work instruments and the welfare of employees envisaged to operate in a healthy environment, under the guidance of a talented leadership.

It includes dialogue sessions on reviewing developments in the human resources sector, approved experiences and innovative solutions.

The opening ceremony was held under the auspices of Dr. Mahad Said Ba’Owain, Minister of Labour. The minister said that human resources development takes centre stage in the government’s priorities.

The Ministry of Labour activates all its resources to develop human resources. He called upon establishments of the private sector to draft and implement similar plans to meet labour market needs for trained human resources.

Dr. Ghalib Saif Al Hosni, Board Chairman of OSHRM, said that this year’s edition aspires to introduce new ideas in developing human resources and providing this sector with continuous support to help it keep pace with global progress.

The conference is attended by international companies and it offers an opportunity to meet specialists, follow up the latest technologies, exchange expertise in this field and and furnish attractive environment for employees.

The conference also looks into major challenges facing the human resources sector.

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