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Dnata wins Taqdeer award for excellence in labour relations

Posted 22 December 2016 · Add Comment

Dnata's UAE cargo operations have been recognised for its commitment to employee welfare by winning the Taqdeer Award – the world's first points-based award programme that promotes and celebrates excellence in labour relations.

Dnata has been awarded a five-star rating in the DAFZA (Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority) and DSOA (Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority) category of the Taqdeer Awards, and has been particularly recognised for its work in the areas of Labour Policy, and Culture and Work Environment.

“Our people are the bedrock at dnata and they help define our success. We have always taken our labour practices very seriously, and enjoy a very positive relationship with our employees “ said Bernd Struck – senior vice president, UAE Cargo, dnata. “It is particularly gratifying to see the creativity and innovation, labour perception and performance indicator aspects of our employee practices have been recognised and appreciated. Together with our employees, we hope to grow and achieve a lot more in the future.”

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