Abu Dhabi (Gulf Inside) The UAE has effective laws to ensure the protection of all workers’ rights, and violators are subject to strict action against employers and companies. According to the Khaleej Times, more than 18,000 affected employees in the UAE have been paid their dues for over a year, which has been a great relief to these foreign employees.
According to the UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (MOHRE), more than 300 million dirhams have been paid to workers affected by labor disputes. According to MOHRE, it had 22 labor disputes, with a non-payment of 300 million dirhams at the top. Employees were paid their salaries for more than a year from June 2020 to June 2021.
The dispute was heard by UAE Minister for Human Resources and Emirati Affairs Nasir bin Sani Juma al-Hamli himself. According to Gulf News Urdu, the ministry has set up a special committee to hear cases related to workers in the light of federal law. Seeks to secure the rights of workers and to resolve disputes between workers and employers amicably.
So that economic and industrial activities are not affected. In resolving disputes, care is taken to ensure that the parties are satisfied with the decision and that it is not the turn of either party to lose the right. In addition, the exploitation of workers could be prevented.