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30 Mär 2020

Autor:
Samir Salama, Gulf News

Coronavirus: UAE Ministry regulates employer-employee relations in private sector

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The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has allowed private sector businesses affected by the COVID-19 measures to restructure the contractual relationship with employees. These contractaul changes are to be made in mutual agreement through gradual procedures...

businesses affected by precautionary measures taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus and seeking to reshuffle their business structure shall gradually adopt the following actions, in agreement with their employees:

  • Implementing a remote work system
  • Granting employees paid leave
  • Granting employees unpaid leave
  • Temporarily reducing salaries during the aforementioned period
  • Permanently reducing salaries

Meanwhile, these businesses will remain obliged to provide these employees with accommodation and other dues, except for salary, as long as they are in the country or until they are hired by other businesses.