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


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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