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Returning To Work After COVID-19: How Dubai's Businesses Are Ensuring The Safety Of Their Clients And Employees
Following the Dubai government's directive of allowing people to get back to their workplaces, businesses are taking hygienic measures, social distancing, and safety protocols to ensure the prevention and contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus among their employees and customers.
A Guide To The Relief And Stimulus Measures Offered For Businesses In Dubai Amid The COVID-19 Crisis
A look at the support being given to businesses in Dubai over the course of the COVID-19 crisis.
Aside from its "magical" handling features, the earbuds render crystal clear vocals and deep bass thanks to its 10mm driver unit.
Dubai Chamber's Give and Gain 2020 Sees Record Participation In Its First Virtual Edition Amidst The COVID-19 Pandemic
Over 800 employee volunteers worked for 15,000 hours, which benefited more than 50,000 individuals, during the month-long event which focused on digital skills and activities involving the youth, the elderly, and blue-collar workers.
Dubai International Arbitration Centre Stages Webinar On The Impact of COVID-19 On Dispute Resolutions
DIAC, an initiative of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is the largest arbitration centre in the Middle East, providing both local and international business communities with arbitration and conciliation services.
Back To The Office: Dubai Chamber Shows The Precautionary Measures It Has Taken To Safeguard Its Employees And Customers
Check out the video to see how Dubai Chamber is going back to business as usual- and how you can do the same!
Dubai Chamber has processed a total of 152,059 electronic transaction between March and May of this year, at a rate of 50,000 transactions per month.
Survey: Dubai, Tell Us How You Feel About Returning To Work From Your Offices Post The COVID-19 Lockdowns
Built by Entrepreneur Middle East in collaboration with Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, this survey aims to look into the sentiment of private sector employees in Dubai about going back to work from their offices in Dubai after the lockdowns imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.
An increased frequency in searches for remote working guidelines, e-grocery shopping, and staycations is among the key findings of a recent analysis by Dubai Chamber.
From guidelines on using public transport to get to work, to procedures to comply with when one is in the office, here's a video from Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry that will help you understand how you can help reduce the risk of infection, and protect your health and that of your loved ones.
Amid The COVID-19 Crisis, Dubai Chamber Completes More Than 100,000 Electronic Transactions In Two Months
Dubai Chamber provides a wide range of smart services for the business community in Dubai through its website, smart applications, and other channels
The UAE has outperformed advanced economies in the inventory of basic materials owing to government support.
A new platform to promote skilled UAE citizens providing fee-based services to government and private agencies.
Dubai Chamber Gathers Public And Private Sector Representatives To Focus On Challenges Of COVID-19 Impact
The virtual meeting was a discussion about the challenges of the current state and developments related to COVID-19, and its effects on the business sector and the economy.
Many DBWC members came to the financial and emotional rescue of their fellow members during the COVID-19 crisis.