Haya Water organises second communication gathering
- Oman: Sunday, December 30 - 2012 at 16:50
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Following an immensely successful week wherein Haya Water celebrated ten years of contributing to Muscat's utilities sector, Haya Water organised their second staff gathering on December 15, 2012.
In conducting this 'communication gathering' the team at Haya Water re-affirmed their commitment towards building and maintaining a world class Water Reuse system that plans to connect at least 80% of the residential properties by the year 2018, in-turn ensuring an environmentally friendly way to irrigate parks, public areas and leisure facilities across the Muscat Governorate.
Eng. Hussain AbdulHussain, CEO, Haya Water, said on the occasion, "It is my great pleasure to be present at the second edition of Haya Water's Sablah. 2012 has been a very eventful year for us and we have had the good fortune of inaugurating 'Bait Haya', celebrating a decade of meaningful work in making Muscat a better city as well as honour our contractors and stakeholders for achievements. On behalf of the entire Haya Water team, it is our endeavour to stride further and make 2013 even more notable."
The idea of the Sablah Communication Gathering was derived from the tradition reflecting the interdependence between all members of community. It thus, aims at breaking the barriers between all staff in a workplace and engraving the values of communication in addition to developing a healthy work-like balance.
Haya Water's CEO Eng. Hussain AbdulHussain delivered the keynote presentation, which reflected on the great strides already made by Haya Water and the important role every staff member plays in being a brand ambassador for Haya Water in their local community.
Participants were also given an overview of the current and future projects undertaken by Haya Water in the Muscat Governorate in addition to updates from major departments within the company.
Employee relations were given paramount importance with an aim to serve employees better and act as a focal point for all Human Resources related issues. GM HR, Mohammed Al Ghilani also mentioned that Haya Water has appointed Ewan Hurwitz to work on the Talent Management Framework in a project commenced from October 2012 until March 2013. As a part of this framework, a more rigorous Omanisation plan is also being put into place. He added that initiatives such as this gathering will enhance staff motivation levels which will in turn lead to better results and improved productivity. It is towards this objective that the Human Resources policies have been reviewed and updated.
The presentation was followed by Sheikh Khalfan Al Eisry, an influential speaker and executive coach with extensive knowledge of multicultural management and organisational culture. The staff also engaged in workshops built around various themes such as an ice-breaking session, interactive Q&A with the CEO, discussions about work life balance & time management and creating the optimum work environment.
Haya Water was created in December 2002 with the purpose to build and operate a world class water reuse system in Muscat. Completing over a decade of successful roll-out in the capital, the company has been crucial is providing enormous benefits through long-term infrastructure to families, individuals and businesses across Muscat, and continues to perform seamlessly.
With a current Omanisation rate of over 78.48%, Haya Water has been instrumental in creating job opportunities for the Omani youth in companies operating in the construction and function of the new wastewater system. Events such as the Sablah Communication Gathering are absolutely essential for Haya Water's employees and stakeholders to understand the direction in which the company is heading.
Haya Water's vision is to enable Muscat to become one of the top cities in the world by building and operating a world class Water Reuse system that connects at least 80% of the residential properties by the year 2018 and brings enormous environmental benefits to the Muscat Governorate area.
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