The Human Resources Club reviews innovative HR Trends in the Workplace

23 April 2024

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) held the second session of the Human Resources Club for this year, under the theme “Innovative Human Resources Trends in the Workplace”, in the presence and participation of approximately 700 federal government employees, club members and specialists, from all work sectors, from inside and outside the UAE.

The Human Resources Club reviews innovative HR Trends in the Workplace

The virtual club session was hosted by Ms. Ihsan Fahmy, Director of Customer Experience Department at The Talent Enterprise Company. She highlighted several topics, namely: the future of human resources, innovation in human resources initiatives, technology and generative artificial intelligence… advantages and risks.

Ms. Ihsan provided a comprehensive overview of key trends and innovations in the field of talent management, and on the topics of integrating artificial intelligence into talent assessment, and the increasing focus on workplace well-being. She also provided general insights into the evolving landscape of talent management, and innovative approaches to addressing future challenges in this field.

She presented real-life examples of applications of artificial intelligence across various industries, and discussed strategies for adopting generative artificial intelligence within organizations, emphasizing the importance of employee well-being in institutional work environments, pointing to different methods for measuring well-being and strategies for promoting a culture of well-being within organizations.

The Human Resources Club, which was launched by FAHR in 2010, is an important intellectual and knowledge communication platform that brings together thousands of people interested and specialized in topics of discussion, whether in human resources issues and support services or general and emerging issues.

It is considered an interactive platform that brings together those interested and specialists in human resources, experts and those with distinguished experiences under one roof, in order to exchange ideas, experiences and solutions that would enhance the roles assigned to human resources departments, corporate services and others in various sectors in the country.

It is noteworthy that joining the club is open and free for anyone interested in the fields of human resources, institutional support, etc., and an application to join the club can be submitted through the FAHR’s website:, and the club’s e-mail: HRClub@fahr.

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