Sultan raises minimum salary to Dhs25,000 for Emiratis in Sharjah

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His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah, said on Monday, via direct line, “There are verbal attacks on those in charge of the employment file.

“The employment decision is made only by me. There is an information box containing complete data about applicants. When I asked to be briefed on their number, I found it shocking, as it exceeded 12,000.”

Sheikh Sultan pointed out that he is working hard to improve the conditions of seven categories.

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Sheikh Sultan added, "There are employees who resigned for different reasons, and others who were dismissed, and I will not let them down. In addition, there are the married women who aspire to work and I will do everything possible for them."

Sheikh Sultan expressed his keenness in the category of those with low salaries, out of his interest to provide a decent life for members of society.

He explained, “We raised the salaries to Dhs25,000, after studies we conducted with the Social Services Department. I examined all the details of the individual and family expenses in order to know how much salary will provide a decent life.”

Sultan added, "In case life expenses increase, we will conduct a new study to make salaries commensurate with life's requirements, if low-paid employees are affected, I will not let them down."

Sheikh Sultan addressed the low-paid employees at Sharjah government saying, “I know they want to leave the job, and I tell them to continue until we finish our studies. I have no excuse."

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