Dubai Company mplus hosts lavish iftar for its low-income employees

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In a highly commendable move, a Dubai-based Company has hosted a lavish iftar for its low-income employees in a luxurious hotel, fostering a culture of inclusion and respect for all of its workers without any discrimination.

The iftar was organized by the Home Maintenance Firm ‘mplus’ at a five-star hotel in Dubai wherein for around 200 Company’s employees including housekeeping attendants and technicians were entertained with delicious meals and other activities.Founded in 2011, mplus provides a full range of home and property maintenance services across Dubai and Abu Dhabi for residential, retail and commercial customers.


The event was an appreciation of the employees’ untiring efforts and commitment to the Company’s success.

It also reflected the Company’s continued focus on catering the needs of its employees and offering them the best supporting environment to work and enjoy the life to its fullest.

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