Know these disciplinary rules at workplace While you work in the UAE, being well-informed about labour laws certainly helps. It makes you aware about the office decorum that you need to follow. Awareness and understanding of the laws can go a long way in ensuring that you can steer clear of any disciplinary action at the workplace. What’s more, if you are subjected to an unfair treatment by the employer, knowing the rules can come to your aid. DISCIPLINARY RULES Article 102 The disciplinary rules that may be inflicted by the employer or the representative shall be: 1 – Warning 2 – Fine 3 – Suspension with reduced pay for a period not exceeding ten days 4 – Deprivation from or deferment of periodic bonus in establishments containing a system for such bonuses 5
Those seeking employment in the UAE from outside the country will, however, have to produce the good conduct certificate. Residents changing jobs in the UAE can take it easy. They will not require a good conduct certificate. It is not a ‘mandatory document’ when they apply for a visa if they are in the UAE, said a source in the General Directorate of Residence and Foreigners’ Affairs (GDRFA). Khaleej Times received a copy of the notice which was issued to all Amer and Tasheel centres, informing residents that the good conduct certificate would not be needed for the visa if they are in the country. Earlier this week, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) suspended the requirement for good conduct certificate for new Filipino and Indonesian domestic workers until
Abu Dhabi: Free housing must be provided to workers who earn less than Dh2,000 a month from December onwards, the UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced today (July 18). Companies across the nation with more than 50 workers must comply with the ruling, which was issued by Saqr Ghobash, UAE Minister for Human Resources and Emiratisation. He warned that regular inspections visits would be undertaken by the ministry to ensure compliance, and that legal action will be pursued against firms that fail to adhere to the regulation. “Experts spent several months studying the living conditions of low-skill workers. The decision comes after these recent studies into the labour market,” said Ghobash. Accommodation for workers in companies employing more than 500 people ha
The new law translates government's keenness to engage all residents in community activities. The UAE Cabinet on Tuesday approved a federal law allowing all UAE residents to participate in all official sports competitions held in the country regardless of their nationalities. The new law, which comes as per the directives of the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, translates UAE government's keenness to engage all residents in community activities in yet a new testament to the genuine principles and values of tolerance and cultural diversity embraced by the country. The law applies to children of Emirati mothers, UAE passport holders, and all those born in the UAE along with residents of all nationalities. Major-General Mohammed Khalfan Al Rumaithi, Comma...
Salary deduction by UAE Firms become the mostly discussed topic on our platform and we have been asked many times for the solution. Employees especially those who are earning from 1500 to 2500 AED per month are afraid and feeling fearful to speak up with their Employers. As per the research 70% of worker are worried about losing their jobs or facing ban. So, we have decided to write few lines to reduce the fear of employees by writing authentic and informative articles regarding “Salary Deduction in UAE”. Hope it will give some sort of confidence to all those who are facing salary deduction issues in United Arab Emirates. Salary Deduction by Employer is illegal: Please note that your employer (company) cannot deduct a portion of worker salary without a valid or solid reason.
The airport has advised all airlines of the change, and has updated its website, mobile app and signages to help raise awareness Effective from March 8 this year, Dubai Airports introduced a new baggage rule to help improve service, reduce the risk of mishandlings and enhance the performance of its check-in and baggage operation at Dubai International. Dubai Airports has advised all airlines operating into DXB of the imminent change and has updated its website, mobile app and signage across the airport to help raise awareness. “Dubai International provides some of the most sophisticated baggage systems in the world,” said Ali Angizeh, Vice President of Terminal Operations at Dubai International. “However, even the most technologically advanced systems can be disrupted by irregular
Overseas Filipino workers have in their minds ideal countries for work. Considerations vary from peace and order, cost of living, weather, etc. But most Filipinos have the range of salary they can receive on top of this list with the priority of providing for their families and loved ones back home. Workabroad.ph released its Overseas Report on November 23, 2016. The report identified the countries where OFWs are being paid the most. Here are the countries considered to be the highest paying: 1. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES. UEA takes over the top spot from the United States for this year. A Filipino doctor in UAE may earn around P253,826.00 ($5,093.84) per month. 2. QATAR. An OFW in Qatar working as Aviation/ Aircraft maintenance could earn as much as much as P209,700.00 ($4,207.55) per ...
For Filipinos and many countries abroad, the passport serves as one of the main requirement to travel across countries. Once you have it, this should remain in your possession without further explanation. There are already a lot of issues, especially to OFW’s, involving the employer and employee as to who will hold their employees passport. But actually, there’s no question to that. A passport should be in the possession of the person whose name and image is attached to it. Sadly, this rule is not practiced by all employers especially with OFWs working in Middle East countries. SAUDI ARABIA The Labor Ministry has reiterated that it is the right of foreign workers to keep their passports and official documents. “Anybody violating this rule will face serious penalties,” said Tay
As an employee, it is important that you know your limits at work and you are aware of the scenarios that can get you fired or dismissed from your job. We are sharing this list of offenses based on Article 120 of the UAE Labour Law. Let this be a tip to help you understand better what are grave actions that might cause you your job. Take note that aside from getting terminated, there are also cases wherein you might be imposed with a ban and depending on the ban, you might not be allowed to work in the UAE at all. Actions that Will Get you Dismissed from your Job – UAE Labour Law Article 120 an employer has the right to terminate an employee if the employee commits the following offenses: 1.Assume a false identity or nationality or submits forged certificates or documents. 2.Is
The victim said that her brother would also use a stun gun on her. A 50-year-old Jordanian housewife, along with her son (20) and two daughters - aged 23 and 31, stood trial at a Dubai court on charges of torturing, illegally confining her other daughter, and beating her up for a long time. The victim's Jordanian father, 66, and another daughter, 25, are charged at the Court of First Instance with failing to report those crimes to the police. A complaint was registered last year at Al Barsha police station. The 26-year-old victim said she had not been getting along with her mother since 2009. "She used to confine me in my room, firmly lock all the windows and door, and deprive me of food. She would also beat me up, together with my brother. My two sisters would help them ass...