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Hamdan orders 6-day paid leave for Dubai government employees


Sheikh Hamdan and Reem Al Hashemy tour Expo 2020 site.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, has directed the authorities to grant Dubai government employees 6 days paid leave to enable them and their families to visit Expo 2020 Dubai.

The six days’ leaves can be availed anytime during the entire Expo 20202 period extending from Oct.1, 2021, until March 31, 2022.


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These leaves will enable the employees and  their families to visit the world together in one place and learn about the solutions and inventions that people are preparing for the future, especially since the event comes in an exceptional period.

Hamdan-Expo Sheikh Hamdan tours Expo 2020 Dubai site on a bike.

The directives of Sheikh Hamdan to grant Dubai employees the exceptional leave come within the framework of his continuous keenness to create all conditions that support the Dubai government team, create an encouraging environment for them and provide various guarantees that enable them to achieve higher levels of performance in a way that lives up to the leadership’s ambitions.

This is in addition to Sheikh Hamdan’s keenness to give the Dubai government team the full opportunity to achieve a balance between their job duties and family obligations, which ensures the employee psychological and social stability and enables him to raise his level of productivity, within a model work environment that raises the interest of the employee and ensures his distinction.

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