Mon 21-02-2022 15:35 PM
DUBAI, 21st February, 2022 (WAM) — The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) organised a workshop entitled “Quality of Life at the Workplace”, which is in line with the National Strategy for Wellbeing 2031 and in keeping with the ministry’s programme to enhance the quality of physical, psychological and social life at the workplace.
The workshop aims to instill a culture of well-being, build the participants’ capacities and help them embrace a healthy lifestyle during and after working hours.
Dr. Hussein Al Rand, Assistant Undersecretary for the Public Health Sector, said, “MoHAP pays much attention to the quality of life of its employees. With that in mind, the ministry has developed an integrated programme to enhance the quality of life at the workplace, according to the Guide to Happiness and Well-being at Workplace and the international best practices.”
“The programme also seeks to help employees improve their lifestyles and create a healthy and safe work environment that stimulates happiness and positive work,” Al Rand said, underlining that happiness and well-being at the workplace is an essential pillar to achieve happiness and well-being for the individual and society at large.
Abdullah Ahmed Ahli, Acting Assistant Undersecretary for the Support Services Sector, pointed to the importance of the workshop, which included a set of tools and practical applications based on scientific foundations, to achieve the highest levels of quality of life in the work environment and to achieve the balance between professional and social life.
The participants praised the importance of the workshop, which provided rich information on practices and tools that help strengthen concepts and practices of quality of life in the workplace enable them to understand the applied models of quality of life in a work environment.
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