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All Ajman government employees to return to their workplace from August 3

All Ajman government employees to return to their workplace from August 3

Employees with chronic diseases will be exempted from the directive, provided they furnish a medical report approved by the emirate’s medical committee

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The Department of Human Resources of the Ajman Government has said that all of its government employees must return to their workplace after the Eid Al Adha break.

As the Eid Al Adha dates for the public sector have already been announced, this means that the employees must return to their offices on Monday, August 3.

The decision was conveyed via a circular issued by the department to all local government authorities, reported official news agency WAM.

The circular cancels the previous exemptions granted to specific categories of employees to return to work.

However, employees with chronic diseases will be exempted from the requirements to return, provided they furnish a medical report approved by the health authorities and which will be subsequently approved by the emirate’s medical committee.

It also stipulates that all previous circulars from the department related to remote work will still be in-force, unless they contradict the new circular.

The department stressed the need for government authorities to comply with current safety standards and precautionary measures, to ensure the continuity of business and protect the safety of employees and customers.
Other emirates across the country have also mandated full attendance of government employees in the workplace.

All Sharjah government employees returned to their offices on July 19, with exemptions made only for those with chronic diseases.

Read: All Sharjah government employees to return to their offices from July 19

In Dubai, starting June 14, all Dubai government employees resumed work too.

The UAE government too mandated that all federal government employees return to their workplaces from earlier this month.

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