Allow staff to come in late during bad weather: UAE ministry

Allow staff to come in late during bad weather: UAE ministry
Allow staff to come in late during bad weather: UAE ministry

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Ministry ask residents to stay alert to road safety instructions.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has issued a circular reminding UAE employers to keep in mind the safety of their employees during the current unstable weather conditions.

The ministry took to Twitter, to remind residents of the 2018 circular which highlighted the following points:

* Provide employee with safety requirements amid the unstable weather conditions.

* Take late arrival to work into consideration.

* Raise employees' awareness of road safety instructions  

* Ensure flexible working hours

Also read: UAE government staff told they can come late during fog

The ministry's tweet comes after heavy rain has been forecast by the UAE weather department for this week. The country will be affected by an extension of surface low pressure associated with an upper trough from the west, which will tend to form convective clouds over east and northern areas, the NCM said. The forecast for Monday is as follows: Partly cloudy to cloudy weather and the amount of clouds are to increase in different periods. Chance of rainfall over some northern, eastern and some coastal areas. Moderate wind to fresh at times with clouds southeasterly - northeasterly with speed 20 - 30 reaching 45 km/hr.

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