Professional employees working for Dubai Government can expect a pay rise of between nine to 16 per cent under a new salary scheme.
While regular government staff will see their average salary increase by ten per cent under the scheme, which has been approved by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Great Improvement with flexible working hours, telework and part-time work, as well as requiring a minimum wage for Emirati graduates and outlines risk allowance, air ticket allowance, medical insurance and end-of-service benefits.
The crown prince His highness stated: “Dubai’s ability to launch pioneering initiatives in many fields is the result of the trust and confidence we have placed in our human capital. He also particularly mention that developing people is very important and are committed to the principles of fairness and equal opportunities. The government also have the plan to provide vocational education and training opportunities and career and technical education to all government employees.”
The Crown Prince also approved the formation of a career-grade placement committee, to be chaired by Abdulla Al Falasi, the director-general of Dubai Government human resources department.