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Clyde & Co
Regulating work in private households is a difficult and sensitive issue which historically has not fallen within the remit of the Labour Ministries in the GCC.
STA Law Firm
However, one of the most important factors that played a crucial role in the country's development was left untouched: employment in the free zones...
Clyde & Co
The DIFC Small Claims Tribunal is becoming a popular alternative due to its speed, privacy and lower costs.
Clyde & Co
19 September 2017 marked an extremely positive milestone for Women's Rights and the UAE, when the Gender Balance Guide (the Guide) was launched.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
Last year, the Ministry of Labor kicked off 2016 issuing a comprehensive set of rules to shape stronger relationships between workers and employers throughout the UAE.
TMF Group
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman each have their own laws, but many of their payroll regulations are similar.
Clyde & Co
The soaring summer temperatures in the GCC bring with it the annual announcement that mandatory summer midday breaks shall be in force in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the State of Qatar (Qatar).
Clyde & Co
A recent DIFC Small Claims Tribunal decision could lead to more stringent fiduciary duties being placed on senior DIFC employees.
Clyde & Co
One of the UAE Vision 2021 Initiative aims is to become a knowledge-based economy pioneered by UAE nationals.
Clyde & Co
Employers operating in KSA will be familiar with the growing regulations relating to Saudisation and the challenges of building up a pipeline of national talent.
Clyde & Co
The last couple of months have witnessed a number of resolutions being published in the UAE Official Gazette which primarily seek to amend fees...
Squire Patton Boggs
The foregoing is intended to represent an outline of the Employment Law's principal terms and is not intended to serve as legal advice, nor should it be treated as such.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Did you know that you're actually meant to get time-and-a-half when you work on public holidays? This and more below…
Afridi & Angell Legal Consultants
A number of recently announced initiatives could introduce potentially significant changes to the rules governing the workforce in the UAE.
The Firm Dubai
Some of the employers we meet in the UAE believe that the labour courts are naturally inclined to rule against them in disputes against their employees.
The Firm Dubai
The law presumes that if a claimant does not bring his claim within a reasonable time, the claimant does not wish to pursue it.
Fragomen FZ-LLC
Depending on the total number of points, the members are rated as Silver, Gold and Platinum.
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.
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
At the FIDIC International Contract Users Conference in London late last year, the pre-release of FIDIC's Yellow Book was revealed, with the objective of it being officially released late in 2017.
Clyde & Co
A number of rights and obligations in DIFC Law No. 4 of 2005, as amended (the DIFC Employment Law) rely upon a daily wage calculation.
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STA Law Firm
However, one of the most important factors that played a crucial role in the country's development was left untouched: employment in the free zones...
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Regulating work in private households is a difficult and sensitive issue which historically has not fallen within the remit of the Labour Ministries in the GCC.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
Last year, the Ministry of Labor kicked off 2016 issuing a comprehensive set of rules to shape stronger relationships between workers and employers throughout the UAE.
Clyde & Co
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The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (the Ministry) recently announced three key changes to the resolutions regarding Emiratisation which will come into effect from 1 January 2017.
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Clyde & Co
The DIFC Small Claims Tribunal is becoming a popular alternative due to its speed, privacy and lower costs.
Clyde & Co
With the end of the school year imminent, this article explores some of the issues relating to termination of employment in the education sector, both by the education institution and by the employee.
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.
Clyde & Co
A number of rights and obligations in DIFC Law No. 4 of 2005, as amended (the DIFC Employment Law) rely upon a daily wage calculation.
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Emiratisation quotas in the UAE have been in place since 1998 following the introduction of Ministerial Decision No. 10 of 1998 which set an Emiratisation quota of 4% in the banking sector.
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19 September 2017 marked an extremely positive milestone for Women's Rights and the UAE, when the Gender Balance Guide (the Guide) was launched.
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