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Abu Dhabi Delivery of about 5 million dirhams to 84 workers
Labor Court in Abu Dhabi

More than 5 million dirhams were delivered to 84 workers in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

In the details, the Abu Dhabi Labor Court, in cooperation with the Labor Crisis Management Committee, was able to end a collective dispute for 84 workers in one of the companies, and to complete the delivery of financial dues to the workers with a total amount of 5 million, 175 thousand and 818 dirhams, through the speedy adoption of Legal procedures and moving to the workers’ housing site through the mobile court, taking care to follow all preventive measures and precautionary measures to prevent the Corona virus.

The Abu Dhabi Labor Court confirmed its keenness to deal with the dispute and end it in record time, by facilitating and accelerating the restriction of claims, hearing cases and issuing court rulings for the entitlements of each worker separately with expedited enforcement, while issuing a decision to keep workers in their residence and prevent their evacuation until they receive their dues. In full, as well as taking the necessary measures to transfer the residencies of the workers who wish to do so to another company.

She referred to the attention paid by the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department to the speedy termination of labor cases, especially collective cases, and to ensure that the dues reach workers, in line with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Head of the Judicial Department in Abu Dhabi, to expedite dismissal. In cases and shortening the litigation period, to achieve the main objective of the Judicial Department, which is a fair and efficient judiciary.

She pointed out that the mechanism adopted in dealing with these disputes, in coordination with the competent authorities, ensures that all parties obtain their rights guaranteed by law, within the framework of the UAE's keenness to preserve and preserve workers' rights and provide them with the necessary protection under the rule of law, through an advanced judicial system that meets All requirements and guarantees the achievement of prompt justice.

It also appreciated the integration of efforts between the concerned authorities and the provision of services that would help workers meet their living requirements during the transitional phase towards the final settlement of their situation, with the exceptional efforts of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in settling the conditions of workers wishing to transfer to other companies.

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