Mondaq Middle East & Africa: Employment and HR
Reinhold Cohn Group
The Regional Labor Court of Tel Aviv[1] recently ruled that anyone seeking to be hired for a job has an increased duty to disclose to the interviewer his ownership ...
Barnea & Co
On October 30, 2017, an amendment to the Minimum Wage Law was enacted after being approved during the second and third readings in the Knesset – Minimum Wage Law...
Barnea & Co
Has one of your employees notified you that she is pregnant? Here are a few points you should know:
Barnea & Co
In the early 2000s, the National Labor Court ruled that the use of the legal tool "piercing the corporate veil" should be expanded insofar as the matter pertains to employees.
TMF Group
Israeli employers are now allowed to deliver employees' payslips via electronic and digital devices.
Al Tamimi & Company
The Rights of Disabled Persons Law Number 20 of 2017 (the "Law"), effective from 30th August 2017, repeals and replaces the previous law issued in 2007.
Al Tamimi & Company
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.
Ali Sharif Zu'bi & Sharif Ali Zu'bi
Ali Sharif Zu'bi & Sharif Ali Zu'bi
Juristconsult Chambers
The Mauritius financial sector has been blooming over the years and, as a result of same, we have had numerous calls to bring on more substance to Global Business Companies set up in Mauritius.
Juristconsult Chambers
Regardless of whether it is a national or an international investor, the employer must show that the skills required of the expatriate are not available on the domestic labour market...
Juristconsult Chambers
No instrument of the International Labour Organisation ("ILO") defines the concept of "minimum wage".
Juristconsult Chambers
On 16 December 2015, the Supreme Court of Mauritius, in Oisel (Maurice) Lt้e v Echevin M F & Ors, held that an act of competition against a former employer is not forbidden except if the former employee is bound by a restrictive clause.
Fasken Martineau
Section 7(1) of the EEA prohibits medical testing of an employee unless the legislation permits or requires the testing or it is justifiable in light of medical facts, employment conditions...
Baker & McKenzie
The world needs employees who are willing to stand up and raise alarms about wrongdoing in the workplace, whether it is in providing proof of financial irregularity ...
ENSafrica
They aim to provide retirement funds with greater discretion and flexibility in relation to their default investment portfolios and annuity strategies.
Fasken Martineau
In terms of the South African Labour Relations Act, 1995 ("LRA") an employer may only dismiss an employee for a fair reason and in accordance with a fair procedure.
Fasken Martineau
After much conflicting decisions, the relationship between the Prescription Act, 1969 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995...
Clyde & Co
Regulating work in private households is a difficult and sensitive issue which historically has not fallen within the remit of the Labour Ministries in the GCC.
STA Law Firm
However, one of the most important factors that played a crucial role in the country's development was left untouched: employment in the free zones...
Clyde & Co
The DIFC Small Claims Tribunal is becoming a popular alternative due to its speed, privacy and lower costs.
Clyde & Co
19 September 2017 marked an extremely positive milestone for Women's Rights and the UAE, when the Gender Balance Guide (the Guide) was launched.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
Last year, the Ministry of Labor kicked off 2016 issuing a comprehensive set of rules to shape stronger relationships between workers and employers throughout the UAE.
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Shearman & Sterling LLP
Understanding employment law in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is important for any business operating in, or seeking to enter, the Saudi market.
Fred-Young & Evans
In order to survive in business in the current economic downturn in Nigeria, Employers may have to terminate the employment of their redundant staff.
STA Law Firm
However, one of the most important factors that played a crucial role in the country's development was left untouched: employment in the free zones...
Reinhold Cohn Group
The Regional Labor Court of Tel Aviv[1] recently ruled that anyone seeking to be hired for a job has an increased duty to disclose to the interviewer his ownership ...
ENSafrica
2017 looks set to bring about unprecedented change in South Africa when it comes to leave relating to the birth or adoption of a child.
Baker & McKenzie
The world needs employees who are willing to stand up and raise alarms about wrongdoing in the workplace, whether it is in providing proof of financial irregularity ...
Juristconsult Chambers
The Mauritius financial sector has been blooming over the years and, as a result of same, we have had numerous calls to bring on more substance to Global Business Companies set up in Mauritius.
Dentons
Saudization is a colloquial term used to refer to the Kingdom's official government policy of ensuring the hiring, training, and development of Saudi Arabian nationals over expatriate employees in the Kingdom.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
Last year, the Ministry of Labor kicked off 2016 issuing a comprehensive set of rules to shape stronger relationships between workers and employers throughout the UAE.
Clyde & Co
19 September 2017 marked an extremely positive milestone for Women's Rights and the UAE, when the Gender Balance Guide (the Guide) was launched.
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