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Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) – Proposed New Scheme To Replace End Of Service Gratuity
The DIFC is in the process of considering a new scheme to replace end of service gratuity, which is a lump sum payment payable to employees
United Arab Emirates
30 Jul 2019
GPSSA Registration Mandatory For Emirati Staff
The General Pension and Social Security Authority announced that the Private, as well as Government Sector companies, must register their employees who are Emirati.
United Arab Emirates
4 Jun 2019
Understanding How It Works
Around 80% of the UAE population have come to the country to work. BSA experts, Abdullah Ishnaneh, Rima Mrad and Shaikha Al Shamsi contributes to the Emirates Law expert panel
United Arab Emirates
24 Jan 2019
New Rules Regulating The Employment Of The UAE Nationals In The Private Sector
On 04 April 2018, the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratization issued a groundbreaking Ministerial Decision No. 212 of 2018 on the regulations relating to the employment of UAE nationals...
United Arab Emirates
13 Dec 2018
Understanding Nationalisation In The GCC: The Case Of The UAE (Video)
The UAE has continued to develop its policies regarding the promotion of employment opportunities for UAE nationals and employers
United Arab Emirates
6 Nov 2018
Ministerial Decree Number 43 Of 2018
Compassion and acceptance is a widely growing element of the regulations around us. They are making the workplaces fairer
United Arab Emirates
21 Aug 2018
Payroll Practices In Gulf Cooperation Council Countries
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman each have their own laws, but many of their payroll regulations are similar.
United Arab Emirates
7 Sep 2017
Know The Law When It Comes To Expat Divorce In The UAE
A court's ability to accept an application for divorce is called its "jurisdiction". The choice of jurisdiction on divorce can have far-reaching implications financially.
United Arab Emirates
7 Jun 2017
Pensions High On The Agenda For Middle East Employers
While a defined benefit structure is generally highly-prized by employee, it leaves the sponsoring employer with an open-ended funding liability.
United Arab Emirates
18 Nov 2014
KSA: Changing The Face Of The Workforce
Throughout March and April 2013, the KSA Ministry of Labour launched a series of surprise labour inspections designed to root out unlawful working in the Kingdom.
United Arab Emirates
17 Jun 2013
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