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On 23 November 2016, Law No. 15 of 2016 with respect to Civil Human Resources (the New Law) repealed Law No. 8 of 2009 with respect to the Human Resources Management Law.
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The death of a construction worker at one of Qatar's world cup stadiums in October has once again brought workplace health and safety into sharp focus...
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The holy month of Ramadan began on 6 June this year and marked the beginning of the most significant month in the Islamic lunar calendar.
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The terms of employment of the majority of employees currently working in Qatar are governed by Law No.14 of 2004 (Labour Law) except those individuals and entities which are expressly excluded...
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Where individuals are excluded from the Labour Law, their employment is subject to alternative legal and regulatory provisions.
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On Tuesday 9 February 2016, the majority of employees in Qatar celebrated the 5th annual National Sports Day; an official paid public holiday which is celebrated on the second Tuesday of February...
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This article will now try to address some of the questions which are often raised in relation to the employment provisions of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) in the context of those of the Labour Law.
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Until recently, salaries and any other sums payable to employees under their contract of employment were paid to an employees' account at a bank agreed by the parties, or to an agent appointed by the employee.
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Qatar's Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA) and the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) are introducing Wage Protection System (WPS) and companies must be compliant by 3 November 2015.
Clyde & Co
Article 66 of the Qatar Labour Law No.(14) of 2004 (Qatar Labour Law) was recently amended by Law No.(1) of 2015 (the Amendment).
Dentons
On the 18 February 2015, the Emir issued Law No. 1 of 2015 (Amending Law) which amends provisions of Law No. 14 of 2004 (Labour Law).
Clyde & Co
The rules governing the employment of individuals working in Qatar are principally governed by Law No (14) of 2004 (Labour Law).
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Qatar’s National Vision 2030 sets out the Qatari government’s goal of improving the health of Qatar’s population by developing a world class and integrated healthcare system.
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Qatar's population has more than doubled from around 600,000 in 2000 to in excess of 1,500,000 at the end of 2010.
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Despite the on-going development of Qatar's health and safety regulation and policy tragically employees still die at work.
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As Qatar's infrastructure continues to develop and expand in line with the National Development Strategy published in March 2011, the need for a robust health, safety and environment ("HSE") regime has become increasingly evident.
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Clyde & Co
Until recently, salaries and any other sums payable to employees under their contract of employment were paid to an employees' account at a bank agreed by the parties, or to an agent appointed by the employee.
Clyde & Co
Where individuals are excluded from the Labour Law, their employment is subject to alternative legal and regulatory provisions.
Clyde & Co
This article will now try to address some of the questions which are often raised in relation to the employment provisions of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) in the context of those of the Labour Law.
TMF Group
Qatar's Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA) and the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) are introducing Wage Protection System (WPS) and companies must be compliant by 3 November 2015.
Clyde & Co
Article 66 of the Qatar Labour Law No.(14) of 2004 (Qatar Labour Law) was recently amended by Law No.(1) of 2015 (the Amendment).
Clyde & Co
On 23 November 2016, Law No. 15 of 2016 with respect to Civil Human Resources (the New Law) repealed Law No. 8 of 2009 with respect to the Human Resources Management Law.
Clyde & Co
The terms of employment of the majority of employees currently working in Qatar are governed by Law No.14 of 2004 (Labour Law) except those individuals and entities which are expressly excluded...
Clyde & Co
The holy month of Ramadan began on 6 June this year and marked the beginning of the most significant month in the Islamic lunar calendar.
Dentons
On the 18 February 2015, the Emir issued Law No. 1 of 2015 (Amending Law) which amends provisions of Law No. 14 of 2004 (Labour Law).
Clyde & Co
The death of a construction worker at one of Qatar's world cup stadiums in October has once again brought workplace health and safety into sharp focus...
Clyde & Co
On Tuesday 9 February 2016, the majority of employees in Qatar celebrated the 5th annual National Sports Day; an official paid public holiday which is celebrated on the second Tuesday of February...
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