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  • No ban if you finish 2 years of employment
  • No ban if you finish 2 years of employment

    • 2 years   ago
    • 18431

    If a contract is revoked by the worker for reasons other than those specified in article 121, he will be required to compensate the employer for any prejudice the latter sustains as a result.
     

  • Jobs in Dubai: 10-yr jail, Dh2m fine for bosses that discriminate
  • Jobs in Dubai: 10-yr jail, Dh2m fine for bosses

    • 2 years   ago
    • 4070

    Some of the residents feel they've been turned away due to their nationality.
    A Dubai lawyer has warned employers against discriminating during the hiring process as they can be fined up to Dh2 million.

  • Is it fair? 1-month pay loss for being sick for 2 days
  • Is it fair? 1-month pay loss for being sick for 2

    • 2 years   ago
    • 5498

    If an employee contracts an illness not resulting out of an employment-related injury, the employee must report about his/her illness within a maximum of two days.
    I was absent from work in a Dubai company on

  • Non-payment of salary is violation of UAE laws
  • Non-payment of salary is violation of UAE laws

    • 2 years   ago
    • 3036

    Non-payment of salary by an employer is a violation of the labour laws in the UAE.
    Can quit job without notice if employer fails to pay
    I have been working in a Dubai c

  • VAT in UAE: What you need to know
  • VAT in UAE: What you need to know

    • 2 years   ago
    • 3396

    Although the roll-out of the new tax policy is months away, many questions still hang in the air
    In 2018, consumers in UAE are expected to pay a 5 per cent value-added tax when purchasing most goods and services.

  • You must receive annual leave salary before your leave begins
  • You must receive annual leave salary before your

    • 2 years   ago
    • 11062

    Your employer should pay your annual leave salary before you proceed on annual leave, in accordance with Article 80 of the Employment Law.
    I am working in a private company on a two-year contract, which will

  • Switching jobs in UAE? Don't forget these 6 things
  • Switching jobs in UAE? Don't forget these 6

    • 2 years   ago
    • 4471

    Changing jobs in UAE can be tricky with contracts involved. Tread carefully to avoid the ban.
    Dubai has abundant opportunities for expats relocating to the city for better pastures. While working with a compa

  • Has your salary not been released? Report to ministry
  • Has your salary not been released? Report to

    • 2 years   ago
    • 6307

    No claim of any entitlement due will be heard if brought to court after the lapse of one year from the date on which such entitlement became due.
    Suppose two LLC companies are owned by a single owner and sponsored by two indi

  • No VAT refund for UAE tourists?
  • No VAT refund for UAE tourists?

    • 2 years   ago
    • 5884

    The Value Added Tax is set to make its debut in the six-nation GCC block in 2018
    The Value Added Tax is set to make its debut in the six-nation GCC block in 2018, but visitors and tourists to the UAE may not

  • Work in free zone if you quit in 6 months
  • Work in free zone if you quit in 6 months

    • 2 years   ago
    • 5783

    In the UAE, you may find a new job in the free zone, but not in the mainland companies if you have quit your employment within six months.
    In April last year, I resigned from a non-free zone company. I worked

  • Jobs in Dubai: 10-yr jail, Dh2m fine for bosses that discriminate
  • Jobs in Dubai: 10-yr jail, Dh2m fine for bosses

    • 2 years   ago
    • 2564

    Some of the residents feel they've been turned away due to their nationality.
    A Dubai lawyer has warned employers against discriminating during the hiring process as they can be fined up to Dh2 million.

  • AI is here. Say goodbye to accountants!
  • AI is here. Say goodbye to accountants!

    • 2 years   ago
    • 6105

    Not very far in the past, accountants were regularly – and in a somewhat derogatory way – alluded to as "paper pushers" due to the immeasurable amounts of paper records and receipts they dealt with.