Dubai Health Authority launches HR Robotic

031 2019 10 13Humaid Al Qutami, director-general of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) launched the HR Robotic system during the 39th Gitex Technology Week (Gitex 2019)

The director-general inaugurated HR Robotic in the presence of Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi, director-general of the Dubai Government Human Resources Department and other DHA officials on 9 October.

The DHA is the first government body to implement a robotic system in an HR department, which acts as a smart employee who works 24/7, is 100 per cent accurate and is cost-effective.

Commenting on the launch of HR robotic, Al Qutami said the DHA is working on utilising smart technologies across its facilities in line with the goals of Dubai’s Paperless Strategy to eliminate the use of paper in government entitles by 2021.

He added that HR Robotic is an important addition to the smart solutions adopted by the authority to simplify procedures and make them more efficient adding that the authority constantly strives to create a comfortable working environment that encourages creativity and innovation for its employees.

Amna Al Suwaidi, director of HR at the DHA said HR Robotic automates around 15 processes (as of phase one).

“Some of the automated processes include: notifying employees with expired documents and documents about to expire so employees can update them, notifying employees and their managers of any attendance issues, generating a list of the employees who have backdated financial transactions, generating periodic reports and sending them to concerned staff automatically, to name a few,” she said.

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