The circular issued in this regard specified that the return of 50% of employees to the workplaces includes the departments and entities that are willing to receive this percentage of employees and implement this decision.
In an announcement, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources said this represents an important step that contributes to achieving the UAE strategy for a post-COVID-19 situation.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dubai Future Foundation (DFF), said that Dubai 10X has achieved massive leaps in disruptive government services, empowering government employees with the skills to accelerate progress.
The Sharjah Executive Council has approved an exceptional sabbatical leave with full pay for the Sharjah government employees to offer volunteer work supporting various sectors, especially during crises and disasters and epidemics.
The examination takes a simple period of no more than five minutes and the results appear within 72 hours and are sent via text message to the employee.
All departments and institutions should be ready to welcome back their employees as of next Sunday. The circular states that the exception applies only to employees with chronic illnesses, proven by a medical report.
As per Sheikh Hamdan’s directives, starting next week, all Dubai Government entities will allow such female employees to work from home under certain conditions.
The free tests will target all employees, including Emiratis and residents, who work in the Sharjah government’s different departments, bodies and institutions, as well as their families, at the testing centres in Expo Centre Sharjah and the Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club headquarters.
In a circular issued on Tuesday, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources said the decision is part of the government's efforts to limit the spread of the virus, preserve the health of employees, and keep work environment safe.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) on Monday issued a circular notifying that all employees of federal ministries and authorities will be required to perform a PCR test every seven days if they have not received the two doses of the vaccine.