Dubai issued important decisions for employees regarding work on Monday

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A number of significant choices about employment were communicated to employees in Dubai on Monday.

Due to the unpredictability of the weather, Dubai has announced that government employees will be allowed to work from home.

It is imperative that the choice be adhered to, with the exception of positions that require employees to be present at the office.

Reasons for activating the remote work system in Dubai on Monday.

There are several reasons why the remote work system was activated in Dubai on Monday.

On Monday, February 12, employees of the government in Dubai were given permission to work from home owing to the potentially unpredictable weather circumstances that were likely to occur.

The Crown Prince of Dubai issues orders to activate the remote work system for employees due to the weather condition.

Due to the current weather conditions, the Crown Prince of Dubai has issued orders to activate the remote work system for employees.

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai, issued the directives that guided the decision-making process.

Employees working for any and all government agencies in the emirate of Dubai are included in this category, with the exception of those whose professions require them to be physically present at the workplace.

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