No matching items found
Picture used for illustrative purpose only.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Dubai government has adopted the four-and-a-half day working week for its employees.
The UAE Federal government on Tuesday announced the new law.
The move will come into effect from Jan.1, 2022.
The government of Dubai Media Office said on Twitter, “In compliance with the UAE government decision, Dubai government announces a four-and-a-half day working week for public sector employees.
The weekend has been changed to Saturday and Sunday, with Friday being a half-day.
The changes will be effective as of January 1, 2022 across all govt entities.”
“The changes to the working week system also include new official working hours.
“Public sector employees will be expected to work from 7:30am to 3:30pm from Monday to Thursday (8 hours) and until 12:00pm on Fridays (4.5 hours).”
The incident dates back to last October, when the two victims filed a robbery report, claiming they were robbed of Dhs4 million that belongs to the company they worked.
The UAE has covered over 40 per cent of the population as part of its campaign to achieve the 50 per cent mark in the National Vaccination drive.
The decision is based on an evaluation of the evolving COVID-19 situation, data showing the effectiveness of intensified safety measures and the recommendations of frontline authorities.
The announcement underscores the success of the campaign, which aims to achieve herd immunity and ensure recovery from the pandemic. It also highlights the confidence in the safety and efficiency of the vaccines provided for free by the country to the entire community.
At least 3,419 people have died in Turkey and 1,602 in government- and rebel-controlled parts of Syria, bringing the total to at least 5,021, officials and medical sources said.
The AFP cameraman captured a poignant picture of a Turkish father, Masoud Hanser, refusing to leave his dead daughter's hand under the rubble.
The two leaders engaged in friendly conversation and reviewed several topics of concern to UAE citizens, including the potential for maximising state gains.
The Dubai Court of Appeal upheld a judgment issued by the Criminal Court, which sentenced an Asian maid to six month is prison and fined her Dhs2,000, to be followed by deportation.