Working Days as per Uae Labour Law

The travel time of employees from their place of residence to the place of work is not taken into account in working hours. This corresponds to article 65 of the Labour Code, which states: “The periods of conversion of the employee from the place of residence to the place of work are not calculated in the working hours.” _goodafternoon M. I work as a salesman at the mall. I just want to ask the question. What leave should the company pay employees twice? _last May 16, 2015 Saturday and this month Ramadan Days of June. They didn`t pay us for the holidays. Thank you When it comes to working hours, rest periods, and other time-related concerns, here`s what the UAE Labor Code has to say: Applied on behalf of a caregiver working in Dubai on a housekeeper visa According to our human resources department, every Friday is counted in the 15-day period when an employee takes 15 days of their annual leave. Hello, my job is a technician who works 8 hours a day. Now it`s Ramadan and our manager asks us to work from 9am to 3pm, which is fine, but 9am should be on site (1 hour drive to and from the site), so we will start going to the site from 8am, then back to Dubai from 3pm. Was that fair? My current employer, who owns a security and cleaning company, is owned by an Indian citizen and uses us for ten (10) hours. Our working hours 08:00. at 18:00 This time includes one (1) hour lunch break.

In addition, some days we participate in meetings outside of working hours. But in the morning, if someone is five minutes late, they deduct from the salary. According to Article 65 of the UAE Labour Code, the maximum working hours in Dubai and the UAE are eight hours per day or 48 hours per week. The maximum for those working in hotels, restaurants and some other industries is nine hours a day. The company I work for refuses to give me a break during my workdays, and I work 7 1/2 hours without a break. I had health problems as a result. What must I do? Thank you Hi, I just want to know that I work I am a restaurant The agreement I sign is for 9 hours a day, but the owner wants us to work 12 hours a day without overtime Is it an eagle? With the exception of workers paid by the day, an employee may not work more than two consecutive Fridays. I have a lot of problems with my business. -late pay -no health insurance -8 hours during Ramadan.straight without break -9 hours of work on regular days without overtime pay -no plane ticket I just want to ask, I work for 10 hours (13-23) including a break of 1 hour. We have free transportation, but our company did not provide the bus to pick us up on time. Our bus always came at 12:00 or 12:30, it will force us to wait an hour to get home. You said there was no overtime for that.

Can you please help me with what I can do about it? Thank you very much. The UAE authorities have announced that the working week for public sector employees will be reduced to four and a half days, with weekends running from Friday afternoon to Sunday. The new work week will apply in federal government departments as of January 1, 2022. The authorities have also confirmed that all schools and universities will operate four and a half working days from Monday to Friday. You can contact the MOL. I also suggest that you refer your employment contract to the working time clause. Hi Lord, during Ramadan I worked for 9 hours, now my company doesn`t need us to take our weekly break. What I should be doing on my day off is this Tuesday.

What is the best step? Thank you Hello, I only know that since March 2017 we work from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm without overtime pay or on free Saturdays. It`s only Friday. Our working hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. I just want to know if that is acceptable? What if we can complain about it? My question is that I paid 7000 dirhams to my employer for my residency and now they want to terminate me and cancel my residency, my visa expires in January 2016, is there a possibility that I will not work with them without cancellation because I have until January to find another job The manager and supervisor are not behaving well, The manager has some resentment because of which I am not able to go and work, and if I do not go for 7 days, they might escape via please help me the dates for Dubai vacation. Includes data from Eid Al Fitr, Arafat Day, Eid Al Adha, Islamic New Year and UAE National Day. Sincerely, I would like to understand how a normal employment contract is applied to rotational leave abroad. The rotation is as follows: 42 days of service and 21 days of leave. The 21 days are paid as normal monthly wages. Labor law always takes into account 2 days a month, but never takes into account cases like the one described. Could you explain how this should be taken into account under UAE legislation? Should the 21 days of leave be considered paid or unpaid? I appreciate your quick answers to your questions about visas.