Weather Alert: Dubai Government Employees Instructed to Work Remotely

  • Publish date: Sunday، 11 February 2024
Weather Alert: Dubai Government Employees Instructed to Work Remotely

Dubai, UAE - H.H Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has directed all government employees in Dubai to work remotely on Monday, February 12th, in response to anticipated unstable weather conditions.

This precautionary measure aims to ensure the safety and well-being of individuals as unstable weather is forecasted across the country on Sunday, February 11th, and Monday, February 12th.

According to the directive issued by Sheikh Hamdan, all public sector employees are instructed to work from home unless their presence is required on-site for essential tasks.

The announcement underscores the government's proactive approach to managing adverse weather conditions.

The decision follows a reminder from the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) urging residents to exercise caution during inclement weather.

In recent days, the UAE has experienced intermittent rain showers and a noticeable decrease in temperatures, prompting authorities to take precautionary measures.

As the weather situation is expected to deteriorate in the coming days, residents are advised to prioritize safety and adhere to recommended guidelines. This includes exercising vigilance while driving and staying informed through official channels for updates and alerts.

By implementing remote work arrangements for government employees, Dubai authorities aim to minimize disruptions while prioritizing the safety and well-being of individuals across the emirate. Citizens and residents are encouraged to cooperate with authorities and take necessary precautions to navigate the challenging weather conditions effectively.

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