Any DIFC-based employee who contracts Covid-19 or has been quarantined by the local authorities will retain full remuneration
Dubai International Financial Centre rolled out a plan to provide greater flexibility for employers and more protection to employees working within the tax-free business park.
The DIFC directive is effective from April 21 until July 31, according to a statement.
The DIFC business park is home to the regional offices of banks including Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley.
The United Arab Emirates, which Dubai is a part, has 9,813 confirmed virus cases. The nation is easing virus-related restrictions.