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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

NMC organises 2nd annual meeting

NMC organises 2nd annual meeting
NMC organises 2nd annual meeting

(Abu Dhabi) – The Government Communication Department at the National Media Council (NMC) has recently organised the 2nd annual meeting for its staff at the Dusit Thani Hotel, Abu Dhabi.
Director General of NMC, Ibrahim Al Abed, heads of the departments and other NMC staff from various emirates attended the meeting.
Al Abed underscored the importance of such annual meetings to discuss best ways to develop work mechanisms by coming up with new ideas and getting acquainted with challenges and obstacles that the employees face.
He also urged all staff members to develop work through launching initiatives, opinions and proposals to be discussed and implemented in cooperation with the competent departments.
On their part, heads of departments praised the way the event had been organised with an aim to enhance cooperation and cohesiveness among the staff.
(Courtesy WAM)

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