The Expo 2020 Dubai opens on October 1, 2021.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Emirates NBD is providing employees with a paid leave of one week to volunteer in Expo 2020 Dubai, the group announced on Tuesday (September 28).
Emirates NBD Group’s large network of volunteers includes a combination of Emiratis and expatriates of different nationalities.
“Now, our employees will make history alongside thousands of other volunteers. I am so pleased we are supporting them to do so with a fully paid week of volunteering leave,” said Eman Abdulrazzaq, Group Chief Human Resource Officer at Emirates NBD Group.
The announcement follows last week’s unveiling of Emirates NBD’s 3,000sqft space in Al Wasl Avenue. Expo 2020 Dubai opens to the public on October 1 and will run until March 31, 2022.
In addition to the week of Expo 2020 Dubai leave, all Emirates NBD employees receive one paid day of volunteering leave each year as part of its Exchanger program.
The Emirates NBD Exchanger program, which was launched in 2015, contributes to more than 145,000 volunteering hours by its nearly 4,300 active members. ICA/Expat Media
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