Represented by its Chief Human Capital Officer Ms Sharoq Al Malki, Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) was among this year’s participants in the HR Congress Qatar.
The latter kicked off on 23 September 2012 in Doha and will end on 26 September 2012. The HR Congress Qatar aims to address the key challenges Qatari HR managers are facing and bring local and international experts to share their knowledge and experience through keynote presentations, panel discussions and industry case studies.
QMA CHCO Ms Sharoq Al Malki gave a presentation today on the first day of the HR congress conferences entitled “Developing incentives and rewards schemes, and managing financial complexities within the HR function”. In her presentation, Ms Al Malki’s highlighted different topics related to how HR departments should look at new perspectives to motivate and remunerate talented staff to increase their performance and loyalty.
The way organizations should develop a competitive bonus and career development plan to retain high quality worker and their need for measuring the cost of losing top-performing employees versus investing into training and development programs.
Ms Sharoq Al Malki emphasized on each organization’s need for an employee incentives and reward program listing 10 important reasons of incentives, as well as 10 mistakes organizations make when developing such programs. At the end of her presentation, QMA CHCO gave a reward example from QMA practices named “Ya3teek el 3afya”.
Ms. Sharoq Al-Malki holds a Master’s degree in Social Policy and Administration from the reputed University of Nottingham, UK. Currently, she is a Doctor of Philosophy candidate in Business Administration from the US. Ms. Al-Malki is a specialist in change management, performance management, employee engagement, and talent management. In her capacity with the HR and Administration Departments, she has regularly commenced policies conducive to the best interests of employees and the organization.
In 2011, Ms. Al-Malki was the winner of Qatar Businesswomen Award 2011, for the category of Future Goals and Financial Performance. In 2012, Ms. Al-Malki has been selected as a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society which is the world’s largest honour society recognizing and encouraging scholastic achievement and excellence from all academic disciplines.
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