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Oman Expat Recruitment Rules and Recent Restrictions
Generally, labour-related matters in Oman, including recruitment and regulation of the expat recruitment process, are governed by Sultani Decree No. 35/2003 on the Promulgation
Oman
15 Aug 2019
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Employment Law – An Overview
According to Article 3 of Federal Law No. 8/1980, this law applies to all employees working in the UAE, whether they are UAE nationals or expatriates.
United Arab Emirates
24 Jan 2019
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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
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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
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An End To Harassment?
A new anti-harassment law in Saudi Arabia has significant implications for employers in the Kingdom. Marc Saroufim, Head of Corporate in Saudi Arabia at BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP examines key considerations.
United Arab Emirates
7 Sep 2018
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Social Media Policies
With the increasing use of social media, employers need policies which provide guidelines and recommendations for their employees when using it. As a rule, social media platforms are always viewed as public activities.
United Arab Emirates
18 Jun 2018
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Does Your Company Have To Give You An Annual Flight Back Home?
So you've moved to Dubai and you've landed a sweet new job. You're telling your mates about all the great perks – but as you compare notes with your fellow expats, you soon realise you might...
United Arab Emirates
11 May 2018
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UAE Announces Decision To Allow For Multiple Employer Contracts
The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has recently implemented a decision, signed by Naser Bin Thani Al Hameli, the Minister of Human Resource and Emiratisation ...
United Arab Emirates
26 Mar 2018
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Insights For Employers To Implement Policy On Social Media
With the increased usage of social media, companies and employers find themselves obliged to establish policies for employees to provide acceptable, reasonable, safe and common-sense guidelines...
United Arab Emirates
20 Mar 2018
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Insights For Employers To Implement Policy And Precautions On Social Media
With the increased usage of social media, companies and employers find themselves obliged to establish policies for employees to provide acceptable, reasonable, safe and common-sense guidelines and recommendations for using social media responsibly.
United Arab Emirates
15 Mar 2018
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Overview Of Employee Monitoring In UAE
This guide offers the reader a comprehensive overview of employee monitoring in the UAE, highlighting what merits an employer has to monitor their employee.
United Arab Emirates
26 Jan 2018
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Meritas Guide To Employee Non-Compete Agreements In Europe, Middle East And Africa
Business practices are changing. Markets are becoming more global and employees are on the move around the world. Employees are key assets driving sales, productivity and profit over different markets.
Worldwide
26 Jan 2018
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7 Things You Might Not Realise Are Against The UAE's Labour Law
Did you know that you're actually meant to get time-and-a-half when you work on public holidays? This and more below…
United Arab Emirates
7 Aug 2017
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Lexis Nexis Middle East Law Alerts Case Focus On DIFC Case No. 006/2016
On 20 March 2017, the DIFC Court of Appeals issued a precedent in its judgment in Frontline Development Partners Limited v Asif Hakim Adil [2016], DIFC Case No. 006/2016.
United Arab Emirates
15 Jun 2017
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UAE Practice On Restrictive Provisions & Penalty Clauses
It is common practice for parties entering into contractual arrangements to insert restrictive provisions constraining or limiting either of the parties' legal or contractual rights.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jul 2015
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