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UAELL
UAE Labour & Employment Law
CIPD Training Course

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Intermediate
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Course Overview

Delivered in partnership with leading law firm Clyde&Co, this course prepares HR practitioners to successfully handle common labour law issues and mitigate the impact of unforeseen events while protecting the rights of their workforce - from recruitment to termination. The programme has been updated to reflect the November 2021 updates on employment contracts and their implications for employers, when over 40 laws were included in the changes, which together represent the largest legal reform in the nation’s 50-year history, including antidiscrimination, equal pay, new fixed term contracts and more.

Key Takeaways

1
Gain a thorough understanding of the latest changes and updates announced in November 2021
2
Ensure business continuity while serving all stakeholders
3
Understand the impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship
4
Recognise the main rights that the employee has during the employment period
5
Identify the issues to address at the termination of the employment

(CIPD) The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
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We're the professional body for experts in people at work. For more than 100 years, we've been championing better work and working lives by setting professional standards for HR and people development, as well as driving positive change in the world of work.
With hubs in the UK, Ireland, Middle East and Asia, we're the career partner of choice for over 200,000 members around the world. We're the only body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR and L&D professionals, and our independent research and insights make us trusted advisers to governments and employers.

Course Outline

Live virtual class 1
Overview of the legal landscape
• Introduction to the UAE legal system
• Free zones vs. mainland
• DIFC and ADGM
Recruitment and employment Contracts
• Immigration and sponsorship
• Visas for working in the UAE
• Offer letters and employment contracts
• Fixed vs unlimited contracts
• Background checks and recruitment Issues
• Emiratisation and employing nationals
Operating the UAE as a regional hub
• Dual residency and dual employment
• Payroll issues
• Secondments
Employee benefits
• Salary and allowances
• Tax and VAT
• End of service gratuity
• Pension/ social security
• Working hours, overtime and the 5-day work week
Leave entitlements
• Holiday leave and air tickets
• Sick leave
• Maternity leave
• Emergency leave and other types of leave
Live virtual class 2
Health and safety obligations
• Private medical Insurance
• Accidents and workman’s compensation
• Accidental death
• Reporting processes
Termination and employee resignation
• Termination process and permitted reasons for termination
• Poor performance and misconduct
• Restructuring and redundancy
• Recovering costs from employees
• Arbitrary termination – what constitutes arbitrary dismissal?
• Termination after sick leave or maternity leave
• Terminating UAE national employees
• Notice periods and garden leave
• Employee entitlements upon termination
Employment disputes
• Initiated by the employer
• Initiated by the employee
• The Ministry of Labour process
• Labour and employment disputes in the local courts
• Protecting employer data and confidential information
• Non-compete, confidentiality, non-solicitation clauses

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
This course is suitable to all levels, from beginners to advanced.

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