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UAE’s Emirates Auction implements remote working for its branches

UAE’s Emirates Auction implements remote working for its branches

The chairman urged customers to benefit from the online services via its website and app

UAE’s Emirates Auction has activated a remote working protocol for all its branches, including the head office, to underpin the government’s initiatives in trying to stem the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

The new work system has been implemented using techniques and systems to help employees accomplish their tasks smoothly.

“All Emirates Auction staff have completed extensive technical training programmes and were made fully aware of how the new work system functions,” said Abdulla M. Al Mannaei, chairman and managing director of Emirates Auction.

“They were trained on how to hold meetings and how to run daily work through the available digital means. We have dedicated a technical support team to help them complete their tasks smoothly and deliver services efficiently.”

Al Mannaei urged customers to benefit from Emirates Auction’s online services via its website and app in both Arabic and English languages.

The Dubai government announced remote working directives for the private sector on March 25 while for select federal departments, the work-from-home policy was activated beginning March 10.

Read: Dubai begins work-from-home for federal government employees

Since the Covid-19 outbreak, 2,076 confirmed cases have been detected in the UAE.

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