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Owner/Operator Model: Whose Employees Are They Anyway?
It is common in the UAE for hotels to utilise a separate owner operator model. The model works well when the interests of each separate party are broadly aligned.
United Arab Emirates
26 Jun 2018
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Health Insurance For The Private Sector In Oman
Under the current provisions of Omani labour law (the "Labour Law") private sector employers are required to provide medical facilities to their expatriate employees working in Oman.
Oman
15 Jan 2018
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The UAE's Bankruptcy Regime: An Employment Perspective
The UAE government issued a new bankruptcy law, UAE Federal Decree Law No. 9 of 2016 ("Bankruptcy Law") which came into force on 29 December 2016.
Saudi Arabia
9 Oct 2017
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Topical Employment Issues In The UAE
Ensure that your company has clear annual leave, absence and disciplinary policies in place and managers know how to follow such procedures; and Consider preparing additional policies such as alternative working arrangements for employees who are unable to return to work on time due to potential travel disruption.
United Arab Emirates
29 Sep 2010
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Employer Compensation
In ruling upon an action initially filed before the Dubai Court, the Court of Cassation held that an employer and an employee could not agree to increase the compensation to be paid by the employee to the employer upon an early termination of a contract which had been fixed for a definite period.
United Arab Emirates
17 Jul 2010
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Labour Law And Social Security Law In Jordan
One of the main concerns that investors take into consideration when they think of investing in a country is the labour market, laws, and regulations that govern the relationship between the Employer and the Employee.
Jordan
29 Mar 2010
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