A fine and cancellation of licenses is a penalty for labor recruitment violations in the Emirates
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced that the imposition of a fine and cancellation of licenses are the punishment for labor recruitment violations in the Emirates, as any recruitment office is closed and its licenses are canceled when it is proven that it has committed violations of the law in the Emirates.
In the Emirates, violators of labor recruitment laws are subject to a monetary fine in addition to the revocation of their licenses.
It was announced by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation that the punishment for labor recruitment violations in the Emirates is the imposition of a fine in addition to the cancellation of licenses. This is due to the fact that any recruitment office is shut down in addition to having its licenses canceled when it is proven that the office has violated the law in the Emirates.
“Human Resources and Emiratisation” cancels the licenses of two offices to recruit domestic workers due to legal violations
The ministry of "Human Resources and Emiratisation" has decided to revoke the recruitment licenses of two different agencies due to various legal infractions ,Due to their violation of the obligations and controls specified in Federal Law No. (9) of 2022 and its executive regulations, as well as Ministerial Resolution No. (676) of 2022 regarding licensing and regulating the work of offices for recruiting domestic workers, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has announced that they will be canceling the licenses of two offices that recruit domestic workers. This comes after the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation made the announcement. This move is being taken as part of the continued efforts being made by the Ministry to control and regulate the activity of domestic labor recruiting offices, as well as to guarantee that all parties concerned comply to the legislation that is currently in place with regard to this topic.
Closing offices that recruit illegal domestic workers in the Emirates
Eliminating the need for illegal domestic workers by shutting down recruitment centers in the Emirates, The Ministry said, in a statement, that the two offices whose licenses were canceled are “Shamma Al Muhairi Center for Domestic Workers Services” - the Emirate of Dubai, and “Al Barq Center for Domestic Workers Services LLC” - the Emirate of Ajman, explaining that they committed clear legal violations, which... It required canceling their licenses and obligating their owners to regularize the conditions of their workers, as well as obliging them to fulfill all their obligations towards these workers and their employers (for domestic workers), in parallel with collecting the fines that were due from the two offices until the date of their licenses being cancelled, indicating that the relevant local authorities had been notified to take the necessary action regarding the two offices, and she added. : “The licensed domestic labor recruitment offices spread across various regions of the country operate in light of the Ministry’s oversight and under specific controls and regulations in a way that guarantees the rights of all parties and provides distinguished services to customers through recruitment packages approved by the Ministry, which are characterized by a unified price ceiling according to each package and meet the requirements and needs of employers and families.” Citizenship and residency are both required.
Ways to report violations of domestic labor recruitment offices in the Emirates
Options for filing complaints about misconduct at domestic worker recruitment offices in the Emirates, Customers were asked by the Ministry to report any observations they had regarding the work of domestic labor recruitment offices by calling the call center at 600590000. Additionally, customers were instructed to visit the Ministry's website at www.mohre.gov.ae to view a list of offices that have been licensed by the Ministry. Customers were also warned of the legal consequences of conducting business with unlicensed offices.