2014-01-08 14:26:58 - Lecture on “Employees Happiness” tops agenda
[UAE, January 8, 2014] - Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU) has organized its first ‘Open Day’ for the Spring 2014 Semester for learners and their parents to get a better idea about its undergraduate and postgraduate academic programs accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Attendees were introduced to the financial aid schemes, training sessions and scholarships offered under HBMeU University's virtual learning environment, which is regarded as the premier academic choice in the UAE and across the Arab World.
A lecture titled ‘Employees Happiness’ topped the event agenda, with Dr. Ibrahim Mahmood bin AbdulRahman, HBMeU Vice-Chancellor, highlighting the role of high-quality education in providing future generations with modern tools to build a successful career and
play a positive role in the community. Dr. Ibrahim shed light on the concept of happiness at work from the perspective of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, who emphasized in his book “Flashes of Thought” that “It is necessary to bring happiness to your employees, so that they can bring happiness to the community.”
“The huge turnout at the Spring 2014 Semester Open Day affirms the huge trust the local community has in the e-learning programs offered by HBMeU, especially as they are based on the highest quality standards and the most advanced techniques for transferring modern knowledge. These programs help shape the future of higher education in the Arab world and enhance the ability of learners to compete within the international labor markets. HBMeU is committed to excellence in quality management and the adoption of advanced technologies in e-learning in order to create a learning environment that is based on the principle of lifelong learning. It aims to help achieve the aspirations of learners to undertake effective functional roles and contribute to overall local and regional development,” said. Dr. Ibrahim Mahmood Bin AbdulRahman.