DCCI hikes salaries of employees

DUBAI — Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) has decided to raise the salaries of its employees to help them cope with the rapid rise in cost of living throughout the UAE. This is in the line with the Chamber's policy of providing its administrative staff with an encouraging work environment. The Chamber believes that the employees' wages have to be commensurate with rise in prices of commodities, service and rents.

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Published: Tue 7 Mar 2006, 9:56 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:27 PM

The recent hike in salaries was initiated by the DCCI to ensure better productivity.

Abdul Rahman Ghanem Al Mutaiwee, Director General of the DCCI, highlighted the interest of the Chamber's management to apply all possible means that help enhance performance of the staff. The Chamber decided the raise salaries to ease pressure and anxiety from which the employees suffer due to the large increase in the cost of living.

"The DCCI operated and is still operating according to an inclusive practical strategy through which it strives to provide the business community in Dubai with the best services, and that would be clear in the Chamber's effort to improve the performance of all its departments," said Al Mutaiwee.

”When we suggest a raise in salaries, we realize how it would positively reflect on the performance of our employees so that they could use this increment of salaries in overcoming the increase in the cost of living and became less tense and more enthusiastic at work."

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