Dubai: UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Dubai Ruler Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum revealed the country’s top five as well as the bottom five government service centres following a comprehensive evaluation.
The list includes Fujairah's Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship; Ministry of Education, Ajman Centre; Ministry of Interior, Traffic and Licensing Ajman Centre; Ministry of Interior, Wasit Police Station, Sharjah; and Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, Ras Al Khaimah Centre.
Shaikh Mohammed sanctioned a two-month salary bonus to reward the employees working at the the top five best-performing centres in recognition of their dedication.
The Dubai ruler also announced the worst service centres – Emirates Post Group, Al Khan Centre in Sharjah; Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, Al Muhaisnah Centre for Preventive Medicine in Dubai; General Pension and Social Security Authority, Sharjah Centre; Ministry of Community Development, Bani Yas Social Affairs Centre in Abu Dhabi; and Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, Tawteen Centre in Fujairah.
Shaikh Mohammed directed to sack those in charge of the worst-performing service centres and ordered their immediate replacement.
He ordered director-generals to closely monitor their entities and improve centres' performance for a month, announcing that he would visit these facilities, WAM reported.