By the end of August 2019, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) celebrated the release of the 100th issue of its monthly Human Resource Magazine, which started as a simple internal newsletter in May 2011, to reach its richness in content and elegance in form today.
On this occasion, Mahmoud Al Marzooqi, Director of Government Communications at the Authority, confirmed that the Human Resources Magazine is a living testimony to the rapid developments witnessed by the Authority, in terms of human resource systems, legislation and policies. The magazine contributed to documentation of the Authority’s initiatives and achievement over 100 months of hard work and outstanding achievement, he said.
Al Marzooqi added: “The emergence of HR magazine as a successful publication must be attributed to the efforts of the magazine's team, under the supervision Dr. Abdulrahman Abdul Manan Al Awar, Director General of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources, who attaches great importance to the magazine as an important knowledge platform. The Authority uses the magazine to communicate with the public and its partners inside and outside the UAE.
“The most important factor to HR Magazine’s success is that it is prepared depending internal efforts by the Authority’s team. In fact, it aspires to achieve more excellence and uniqueness in terms of specialization, and open the door for HR specialists and those interested in the field to share their experiences, ideas and expertise.''
Mahmoud Al Marzooqi explained that the HR Magazine is the first of its kind in the UAE, and at the regional level in terms of specialization, and that it has become a professional platform in dealing with human resources topics, as well as human capital development issues, locally, regionally and globally.
He invited everyone to subscribe to the HR Magazine electronically to be available for browsing at the beginning of each month via e-mail, in both Arabic and English. He called on those interested to subscribe to the magazine through the Authority’s website: (www.fahr.gov.ae).
The Director of Government Communications pointed out that the magazine reflects the Authority's keenness to have a media platform to reach its customers, and keep abreast of new developments in the field of human resources, explaining that the number of readers exceeded 140 thousand readers at the local, Arab and international levels.