Ministry of Labour discusses Omanisation in Communication and IT sectors in Oman

Ministry of Labour discusses Omanisation in Communication and IT sectors in Oman
Ministry of Labour discusses Omanisation in Communication and IT sectors in Oman

Muscat: His Excellency Sheikh Nasr bin Amer al-Hosani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor, and in the presence of His Excellency Dr. Ali bin Amer Al Shaidani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport and Communications and Information Technology for Communications and Information Technology, held a meeting with human resources managers in the private sector, to discuss the replacement and settlement plans and the challenges they face in employing Omanis in the communications and Information technology sectors and a mechanism for qualifying and training job seekers.

His Undersecretary indicated that the Ministry seeks cooperation with various sectors to work on identifying the challenges facing in these sectors and finding solutions that contribute to the localization and creation of various jobs.

He explained that the Covid-19 pandemic contributed to the growth of the transport, communications and information technology sector, which contributed to enabling the Ministry to identify the most important legislation needed by the sector.

He added that the challenges that the ministry faces in the field of replacement and resettlement by some private sector establishments emphasize the importance of effective dialogue to reach the desired goals, indicating that the national outputs are able to compete whenever the opportunity arises.

For his part, HE Dr. Ali bin Amer Al-Shaidhani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology for Communications, praised the role of the Ministry of Labor in regulating the labor market.

Al-Sheidani pointed out that the communications and information technology sector is a vital sector that is possible for the rest of the economic development, and the ministry is seeking to make it an independent sector. Government and private institutions.

The attendees shared ideas and proposals to accelerate the process of resettlement and replacement and the importance of creating a mechanism that enables ICT outputs to develop their technical skills to keep pace with the requirements of the renewed labor market in this sector.

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