A bird's eye view of Ajman.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – A permanent remote working system has been approved for government employees in Ajman, state news website WAM reported on Monday (September 21).
Sheikh Ahmed bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, representative of the Ruler of Ajman for Administrative and Financial Affairs, issued a decision to this effect.
The remote work system will be applicable to all government employees, except those on probation and those required to be physically present in their office.
The system will be split into two types: a full remote work system allowing employees to work completely from outside the office, and a partial remote working system where employees will only need to report to their office on specific periods.
Each government office can choose which e-system to implement for their employees. ICA/Expat Media
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