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UAE: Important warnings from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation to employers in the private sector
UAE: Important warnings from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation to employers in the private sector

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has warned entities and employers in the private sector not to dismiss or warn any worker during his vacation

The Ministry of Human Resources and warned resettlement, authorities and employers in the private sector from taking separation or warning of any worker during his vacation, stressing that once the worker obtains a job opportunity with any of the private sector establishments in the country, the employer must abide by about 11 conditions or duties towards the worker, which will enhance transparency and balance in the contractual relationship and preserve the rights of its parties.

The list of employers’ duties included not obligating or coercing the worker to purchase goods from certain stores, or what the employer produces, and that the working hours should not exceed eight hours a day or 48 hours a week, and not to dismiss the worker or notify him of dismissal during his vacations, and to give the worker rest periods, Providing all the prescribed occupational health and safety means and requirements, in addition to securing a return ticket for the worker to his homeland (provided that the worker does not join another work in the country), and finally, compensation for work injuries and occupational diseases.