The Human Resources Department was established in 1971 by the
Amiri Decree number (3) issued by a decision from the Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah.
The Department then was named "Public Personnel Affairs Department",
then it was changed to "Civil Service Department" by a decision from
the Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras al-Khaimah in 2008, and later in 2013,
the Department's name was changed to "Human Resources Department" as
per the Human Resources Law issued by the Ruler of Ras Al Khiamah.
Who Are We
The Human Resources Department is one of the supporting
departments of the governmental machinery of RAK Government. It supervises the
human resources at the Government through applying the Human Resources Law
along with its rules and regulations.
Distinguished human resources management with global standards in
legislations, practices, regulations, and services.
Developing human resources policies of the Government in various
fields to ensure perfect utilization of human resources, providing support and
guidance to governmental departments in the implementation of policies and
systems, and presenting necessary services and programs to promote the
productivity and competency level of human resources, which help achieve
Government's strategic objectives.
and issue rules and regulations on the various aspects of human resource
professional counseling on Human Resources Law and its executive statute.
and audit HR procedures in different work areas.
and approval of organizational structures.
and preparation of career paths.
and approval of job needs from human resources.
solutions for career mobility.
the HR magazine.
human resources stats.
awareness through the website and different social media channels.
awareness through meetings and workshops.
and compensation services
and audit payrolls for government employees.
financial studies and stats.
UAE nationals in the General Pensions and Social Security Authority.
nurturing, management and development services.
Al Khaimah Jobs website.
professional diplomas and training programs for job seekers.
in recruitment fairs.
training opportunities for university and college students.
in facilitating recruitment in the private sector.
and incentive services for government employees.