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Clyde & Co
As employers increasingly focus on employee wellness programs and preventative measures to manage employee use of private medical insurance, occupational health and safety is becoming increasingly...
Clyde & Co
The UAE has continued to develop its policies regarding the promotion of employment opportunities for UAE nationals and employers
STA Law Firm
Non-compete clauses are sometimes incorporated into the contracts of employees to ensure the security and protection of the employer ...
Clyde & Co
On 29 July 2018, the UAE Cabinet passed a Cabinet Resolution No. 43 of 2018 regarding supporting special needs individuals (people with determination) in the workplace.
STA Law Firm
Kuwait has just released a new executive bylaw on conflict of interest, namely Executive Bylaw of Law Number 13/2018.
STA Law Firm
Non-compete clauses are sometimes incorporated into the contracts of employees to ensure the security and protection of the employer if an employee decides to move to another company.
STA Law Firm
The Federal Law Number 8 of 1980 regarding UAE Labor law (the Labor Law) contains a provision under Article 127 ...
STA Law Firm
Work-life balance is a profoundly serious concept as it ensures a well-rounded life and the best possible lifestyle for an individual.
STA Law Firm
The Federal Law Number 8 of 1980 regarding UAE Labor law (the Labor Law) contains a provision under Article 127 which allows the employer to require the worker not to compete or to participate in a competing project...
Hassan Elhais
Question: If the company I work for is in the free zone of Abu Dhabi, does the UAE's labour law apply? If not, then what are my rights as an employee?
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
A new anti-harassment law in Saudi Arabia has significant implications for employers in the Kingdom. Marc Saroufim, Head of Corporate in Saudi Arabia at BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP examines key considerations.
STA Law Firm
Compassion and acceptance is a widely growing element of the regulations around us. They are making the workplaces fairer
Hassan Elhais
Authorities in Sharjah and Ajman have raised concerns about the rising deaths and injuries among workers at their worksites.
Clyde & Co
The UAE's Vision 2021 strategy includes a number of goals to promote 'Emiratisation', with a key aim being to have fifty percent of the UAE national workforce employed in the private sector by 2021.
Al Tamimi & Company
Companies such as Uber, Airbnb and Deliveroo, have become international household names over the past few years.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
With the increasing use of social media, employers need policies which provide guidelines and recommendations for their employees when using it. As a rule, social media platforms are always viewed as public activities.
STA Law Firm
An employee of either private or public company are entitled to 90 days of sick leave, but it will apply after three months' probation period.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
So you've moved to Dubai and you've landed a sweet new job. You're telling your mates about all the great perks – but as you compare notes with your fellow expats, you soon realise you might...
Clyde & Co
There is increased awareness amongst companies and individuals to consider their responsibility and the role they can play in the treatment of low-income migrant workers.
Clyde & Co
The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MHRE) has recently issued Ministerial Resolution No.31 of 2018 Introducing Part-Time Employment Contract System ...
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STA Law Firm
Kuwait has just released a new executive bylaw on conflict of interest, namely Executive Bylaw of Law Number 13/2018.
STA Law Firm
Work-life balance is a profoundly serious concept as it ensures a well-rounded life and the best possible lifestyle for an individual.
STA Law Firm
Non-compete clauses are sometimes incorporated into the contracts of employees to ensure the security and protection of the employer if an employee decides to move to another company.
STA Law Firm
The Federal Law Number 8 of 1980 regarding UAE Labor law (the Labor Law) contains a provision under Article 127 ...
Clyde & Co
On 29 July 2018, the UAE Cabinet passed a Cabinet Resolution No. 43 of 2018 regarding supporting special needs individuals (people with determination) in the workplace.
STA Law Firm
Non-compete clauses are sometimes incorporated into the contracts of employees to ensure the security and protection of the employer ...
STA Law Firm
The Federal Law Number 8 of 1980 regarding UAE Labor law (the Labor Law) contains a provision under Article 127 which allows the employer to require the worker not to compete or to participate in a competing project...
STA Law Firm
Compassion and acceptance is a widely growing element of the regulations around us. They are making the workplaces fairer
STA Law Firm
An employee of either private or public company are entitled to 90 days of sick leave, but it will apply after three months' probation period.
HHS Lawyers & Legal Consultants
And by virtue of Law No.8 of the Federal Law of 1980, probation period for employees cannot exceed a period of six months.
Hassan Elhais
Question: If the company I work for is in the free zone of Abu Dhabi, does the UAE's labour law apply? If not, then what are my rights as an employee?
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
A new anti-harassment law in Saudi Arabia has significant implications for employers in the Kingdom. Marc Saroufim, Head of Corporate in Saudi Arabia at BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP examines key considerations.
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