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DUBAI – Emirati private sector employees in Sharjah will be able to enjoy salaries similar to the government sector following a decision by the Sharjah Ruler.
According to His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, the move is part of the Emiratisation drive.
Last week, Sheikh Sultan announced that 400 jobs will open to Emiratis in the private sector where they will have the same privileges as government sector employees.
To ensure that salaries match, wages from private sector companies will be deposited to the government, which will disburse the salaries to Emiratis in the private sector. GAD/Expat Media
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