The Minister of Environment, Yasmin Fouad, has recently hosted an extensive meeting with the ministry leaders to research mechanisms to facilitate the transfer of workers to the ministry headquarters in the new administrative capital. The meeting was focused on providing better facilities and resources to the workers.
On her part, she took it to convey that the new headquarters will provide a better environment for work and production and will provide incentives for workers to achieve flexibility of transition.
As per the reports, the meeting was held under the auspices of the Head of the Environment and Waste Management Agency, Ali Abu Sunnah. Both leaders emphasized the mechanisms to facilitate the transfer of staff to the new administrative capital.
In addition, the meeting also discussed several ways to respond to issues and questions raised, formulate a clear picture of the transition process and work on better delivery to the ministry staff within the framework of Transparency, engagement, and clarity of the complete picture of the benefits of the transition.
Furthermore, Minister of Environment Yasmin Fouad also confirmed that the move to the ministry’s new headquarters would provide a better climate for work and production, more advanced and in line with the requirements of the digital transformation era.
Meanwhile, “To create a suitable environment for work, especially that the adjacent ministries in the same place will facilitate and speed up work, as well as developing the work of the ministry after completion Prepared the organizational structure of the ministry in cooperation with the Central Organization for Regulation and Administration,” said the Minister.
The Minister stressed the Ministry of Environment’s keenness to lower obstacles for its employees to facilitate their relocation to the new headquarters and adopt flexible measures that help them adapt to the transition.
During the meeting, Minister Fouad also pointed out the essential needs and measures to facilitate the women in such relocation process, where mechanisms for providing suitable transport and transportation were researched by contracting directly with companies affiliated with the Ministry of Transport, identifying transport routes that ease the burden of the staff.
On his part, Ali Abu Sunni, head of the Environmental Affairs Agency, stressed that the move to the ministry’s headquarters in the new administrative capital is an important step, which will significantly contribute to improving the pace of work, especially with the proximity of the ministries to each other, Tariq Al-Arabi, the head of the Waste Management Agency, expressed his happiness with the move to work in A more developed and more accessible environment for workers, contributing to increasing their productivity.
Moreover, Dr Sherin Fekri assisted the Minister with the coordination and implementation of environmental policies and the Central Directorate of the Minister’s Office Affairs with a presentation on the status of the transfer of ministry staff to the new headquarters, their locations of settlement, working hours, logistical arrangements and incentives set for mobile workers.
“The Minister will conduct an inspection tour of the new headquarters next week accompanied by the heads of departments and ministry leaders to first-hand monitor the transition on the ground,” said the reports.