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HAPPY INFO For UAE EXPATS! No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

HAPPY INFO For UAE EXPATS! No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

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Salary deduction by UAE Firms become the mostly discussed topic on our platform and we have been asked many times for the solution. Employees especially those who are earning from 1500 to 2500 AED per month are afraid and feeling fearful to speak up with their Employers. As per the research 70% of worker are worried about losing their jobs or facing ban. So, we have decided to write few lines to reduce the fear of employees by writing authentic and informative articles regarding “Salary Deduction in UAE”. Hope it will give some sort of confidence to all those who are facing salary deduction issues in United Arab Emirates. Salary Deduction by Employer is illegal: Please note that your employer (company) cannot deduct a portion of worker salary without a valid or solid reason.
HAPPY INFO For UAE EXPATS! No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

HAPPY INFO For UAE EXPATS! No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

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Salary deduction by UAE Firms become the mostly discussed topic on our platform and we have been asked many times for the solution. Employees especially those who are earning from 1500 to 2500 AED per month are afraid and feeling fearful to speak up with their Employers. As per the research 70% of worker are worried about losing their jobs or facing ban. So, we have decided to write few lines to reduce the fear of employees by writing authentic and informative articles regarding “Salary Deduction in UAE”. Hope it will give some sort of confidence to all those who are facing salary deduction issues in United Arab Emirates. Salary Deduction by Employer is illegal: Please note that your employer (company) cannot deduct a portion of worker salary without a valid o...
List of UAE Public Holidays 2018

List of UAE Public Holidays 2018

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As the year comes to a close, here are the remaining UAE public holidays for 2017: Commemoration Day on November 30th, Birthday of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) on November 30th (subject to change depending on moon sighting), and National Day on December 2nd. At the same time, we can look forward to the holidays in the coming year. In this article, we present the UAE public holidays for 2018, based on the list released by the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department of the Government of Dubai. Some of these dates are still subject to moon sighting. Presenting the UAE public holidays for 2018! UAE Public Holidays in 2018 Here is a list of the UAE public holidays in the coming year: New Ye...
Have Emirates ID service fees changed in UAE?

Have Emirates ID service fees changed in UAE?

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The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship issues a clarification The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship has denied changes in Emirates ID fees for services it offers. The authority issued a clarification after rumours circulated online regarding an increase in fees. The authority confirmed that the charges in exchange for its services, including issuing, renewal and replacing of ID cards are fixed in accordance with the two resolutions - Cabinet No 14 for 2005 and No (25) for 2011 - regarding the registration and issuing of ID cards for Emiratis and GCC citizens. As per the two cabinet resolutions, GCC citizens will be issued a five-year valid ID for Dh100, while validity for expatriates ID was connected with the number of years of residence and fixed at ...
EXTRA-MARITAL AFFAIRS OR LIVING IN RELATIONSHIP IS ILLEGAL

EXTRA-MARITAL AFFAIRS OR LIVING IN RELATIONSHIP IS ILLEGAL

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SEXUAL/ILLEGAL RELATIONSHIP: Love cases are another major expat issues faced by Filipinos in the UAE. The law and obligations of UAE are strict and rigid for all Residence no matter who they are. Once you are here in United Arab Emirates, starting learning and following law because ignorance of the law won’t exempt you from trouble. Image result for penalty & jail term   Read Also: 20 Things You Need to Know About New UAE Law on Domestic Workers​ UAE Labour Law is not allowing you for extra-marital or living relationship affairs at any cost and it is strictly prohibited having kids without court or Islamic Marriage in UAE. Please note that UAE is a Muslim country and they follow sharia law, living in together, indecent
Planning to quit job in UAE? Here’s what your employer should pay you

Planning to quit job in UAE? Here’s what your employer should pay you

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 have a question about the calculation of gratuity on an unlimited contract. My employer calculates gratuity differently for employees who resign and for employees who are terminated. If the employee resigns, gratuity is calculated as seven days per year for the first three years, and 21 days per year after that. If the employer terminates, gratuity is calculated as between two and 21 days of each completed year. Is this a legal practice? Pursuant to your questions, your employer should calculate gratuity payable to the employees in accordance with the Federal Law No.8 of 1980 regulating Employment Relations in the UAE (the 'Employment Law'). If an employee is entitled to gratuity as per the Employment Law, then the employer should follow the provision of Employment ...