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Dubai’s Taqdeer Award, A Prize of AED1 Million, Goes Global, Inspiring Workers Worldwide

On September 21, 2023, Dubai’s Taqdeer Award, under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, took a global stride to inspire workers worldwide.

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Sheikh Hamdan emphasized that this expansion reflects Dubai’s dedication to fostering a fair and productive work environment. He highlighted the commitment to uphold rights and interests for both employers and employees, marking a step towards a sustainable and positive global labor market.

This international award aims to elevate organizational standards, promote worker welfare, and recognize their pivotal role in diverse communities.

Sheikh Hamdan applauded the team’s efforts and urged them to showcase Dubai’s pursuit of excellence. The sixth edition launch also witnessed the presence of Major General Mohamed Ahmed Al Marri and Major General Obaid Muhair bin Suroor, who emphasized Dubai’s inclusive vision and commitment to well-being.

The Taqdeer Award now offers a global platform, presenting a challenge for companies to excel and fostering enduring relationships between employers and workers. The winning company in the 7-star category stands a chance to win AED1 million and gain priority in project approvals, both locally and globally.

The award has already spurred creative initiatives, including partnerships with 12 government entities, golden cards for distinguished companies, and discount benefits for workers.
Additionally, a prize of AED1 million awaits the top achiever in the 7-star category. This strategic move reinforces Dubai’s position among the world’s leading cities.

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