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Thousands of employees in Dubai to get up to AED 3,000 salary increase

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As many as 47,000 employees in Dubai will get as much as AED 3,000 salary increase this year.

A top official in Human Resource Department in Dubai (HRDD) said that government workers will benefit from this increment.

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However, Gulf News reported, citing HRDD’s General Director Abdullah bin Zayed Al Falasi, employees appointed on temporary or special contracts or part-time, and employees who exceed the maximum limit set for their grades, are excluded.

Salary hikes will vary from AED 150 to AED 3,000.

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