Starting this Wednesday, July 1st, the Ministry of Labour has decided to allow facilities to print and complete transactions through any Tas'heel service centre deployed in any emirate, regardless of its registry location.
Humaid bin Deemas Al Suwaidi, Assistant Under-Secretary for Labour Affairs, said, "The ministry's decision came after completing the last phase of limiting labour services provision to Tas'heel centres, concluding with Abu Dhabi on the 15th of June."
"The ministry's move comes in line with the directives and aspirations of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, that all government services must reach customers according to the highest degree of quality and excellence," he said.
Al Suwaidi explained that, "The ministry's decision would reduce costs for employers and saves their time and effort, especially since most of them have several offices in different areas and cities. Now, public relations officers can cut down on the hassle of roaming between different cities to complete transactions, and choose the closest centre to do so."
"For example, employers in the Emirate of Dubai, have 8 centres to choose from for transaction completion, however, starting Wednesday, they can choose any of the 40 centres across the UAE which are supervised by the Ministry of Labour," he added.
Al Suwaidi said that the ministry had informed all service centres of the decision to make sure all the centres prepare accordingly and avoid confusions and errors, plus ensure highest level of customer satisfaction.