New work system after Dubai government decisions
New work system after Dubai government decisions

The Dubai government issued a number of important decisions regarding employees after higher directions and in accordance with the instructions of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, and was adopted by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed a few hours ago. It is worth noting that the new decision of the Dubai government allows employees to work remotely and flexible hours. ...

The UAE issues decisions related to the remote work system and flexible working hours after the decision to increase salaries

In this context, the latest decisions came in accordance with the system of financial allocations for workers in Dubai.

The government approved the operation of work in accordance with the new system, starting from January 1, 2020, and it includes a set of additional benefits and a number of new benefits, including financial benefits related to adjusting salaries, including non-financial benefits, the most important of which are:

  • Remote work availability for employees.
  •  Flexible working hours.
  •  In addition to achieving stability and job security.
  •  Part-time, which strikes a balance between career and personal life.

Adjusting the salaries of employees in the Emirates in accordance with the recent law

On a related level, the new system, which was fully approved and approved hours before it, through which the salaries of employees will be modified.

Salaries are adjusted according to what is included in the new system of financial allocations for workers in the Dubai government with an average of 10% over the previous.

It is worth noting that the new increase in the salary schedule for professional and professional jobs between 9% to 16%, according to what was published by the Emirates News Agency and mother.

Important statement by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid after the decisions of the flexible working hours, teleworking and salary adjustment

For his part, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, "adopted the latest decision in the context of his keenness to enhance family stability for citizens and all workers in the Dubai government, according to what was published in the Emirates newspaper today.