DEWA honours one of its distinguished female staff

 January 26 2016,  19.30 PM IST || Pocket Press Release

Dubai, UAE, 26 January 2016: HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has honoured Asma Al Kassim, Graduate Senior Admin at the Legal Affairs department at DEWA, for her efforts and contributions to improving work processes at DEWA, and her excellence in performing her job duties in innovative and creative ways. Honouring Al Kassim is part of DEWA’s efforts to encourage excellence and innovation in the work place. 

Al Tayer commended Al Kassim for her dedication, noting that DEWA’s management exerts all efforts to provide employees with the necessary means to achieve success in a happy work environment that is based on innovation and creativity. 

“This recognition supports DEWA’s continued efforts to motivate its staff to actively engage in establishing the foundations of excellence, creativity, and innovation as daily practices, and an established corporate culture. This is the cornerstones of continuous development, achieving more successes, and providing innovative and quality services to our customers,” said Al Tayer.

“DEWA provides a supporting and motivating work environment to develop the performance of all departments and divisions, enhance the quality of services, and spread positive competitiveness among staff. We recognise those who excel in completing their job duties with efficiency and excellence,” added Al Tayer.

“DEWA is committed to establishing the foundations of sustainable development and spreading its practices to develop individual and corporate efficiencies. DEWA has a number of internal honouring and award programmes to recognise the performance of its staff and make them happier. These programmes motivate staff to be more productive, creative, and pioneers in various areas. This in turn, consolidates the efforts of individuals, teams, and divisions to achieve DEWA’s vision to become a sustainable, innovative world-class utility.

DEWA honours one of its distinguished female staff