Civilian staff in Dubai government to get Dhs152 million bonus

by Staff Reporter
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In a significant move guided by the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, has given the green light to the distribution of performance-based bonuses totaling Dhs152 million for civilian employees of Dubai Government entities.

This initiative, in accordance with Dubai Government Human Resources (DGHR) Law No. (8) of 2018, aims to recognize and reward outstanding contributions by eligible employees based on DGHR-set criteria.

Highlighting Dubai Government’s unwavering commitment to cultivating a culture of creativity and dedication among its employees, Sheikh Hamdan emphasized the importance of aligning with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid’s directives to develop human capital. This commitment plays a vital role in elevating Dubai’s global standing as the premier city for both work and living.

Bonus for Dubai government employees

“We are pleased to announce the distribution of Dhs152 million in performance-based bonuses to exceptional employees, in line with Dubai Government’s strategy to foster creativity and innovation. This reflects our dedication to supporting individuals in realizing their innovative ideas, contributing to the success of Dubai’s Economic Agenda, D33,” stated Sheikh Hamdan.

Expressing immense pride in the exceptional performance of Dubai Government employees, Sheikh Hamdan applauded their consistent efforts to provide top-notch services to residents. He emphasized that the bonuses serve as additional motivation, acknowledging the dedication of the government workforce and reinforcing Dubai Government’s commitment to excellence.

Exceptional human competencies

The allocation of bonuses underscores Dubai Government’s commitment to recognizing exceptional human competencies and adapting to dynamic changes in government operations. It seeks to inspire employees to embrace creativity and innovation, thereby enhancing their ability to fulfill duties optimally.

The distribution aligns with DGHR Law No. (8) of 2018, reflecting global best practices in attracting, managing, and retaining human capital. Additionally, Decision No. (39) of 2018, concerning the Performance Management System for Dubai Government employees, aims to enhance productivity and competitiveness across government entities. This strategic move reaffirms Dubai’s position as a forward-thinking and employee-centric hub, fostering a culture of excellence and innovation.

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