Statement by Human Resources and Emiratisation in the UAE regarding peak work breaks for workers

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A new statement was recently issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in the Emirates regarding the peak work break for workers requested by domestic workers, after complaints were received from employers regarding the domestic workers’ non-compliance and their evasion of work at the peak time of domestic work, as well as the complaints of the domestic workers and their request for a break time during Peak business time.

A statement on the topic of peak work breaks for employees, issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

After receiving complaints from employers regarding the domestic workers' non-compliance and their evasion of work during the peak time of domestic work, as well as the complaints of the domestic workers and their request for a break time during Peak business time, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in the Emirates recently issued a new statement regarding the peak work break for workers requested by domestic workers. This came after the Ministry received complaints from employers regarding the domestic workers' evasion of work during the peak time of domestic work.

Employers’ complaints about domestic workers regarding peak work breaks

Disputes between employers and domestic employees about break times during peak work periods, The failure of some domestic workers, particularly domestic workers, to adhere to daily working hours was the subject of several complaints made to local media in the United Arab Emirates by business owners and the heads of families. They added that some workers avoid the peak period for domestic labor by saying that the law allows them the right to have time to relax even if they are supposed to be working during that time. Several of them mentioned that they had gone. They filed complaints against their maids with the recruitment agencies that they contracted with, demanding that the maids be advised and instructed not to leave their work duties whenever they want, without taking into account the circumstances of the employers. They made the following observation: "the female workers intentionally raise problems regarding their right to rest hours, at the time of weddings or when receiving visitors, because they feel that the work has "It doubles for them."

Statement by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation regarding regulating the working hours of domestic workers in the Emirates

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has released a statement about the issue of regulating the working hours of domestic employees in the Emirates, According to what is required by the nature of the work or the needs of the home, the employer has the inherent right to regulate the working hours of domestic workers and auxiliary workers, as well as the daily rest time, provided that the daily rest of the auxiliary worker is not less than 12 hours, provided that it is eight hours. This information was published on the Ministry's official website. At least "continuous" hours, with the exception of moments when the assistant worker is not working, sleeping, or eating, which are not included in the total number of working hours. According to the explanation provided by the Ministry, the assistant worker is eligible for a weekly rest day, the specifics of which are to be negotiated by him and the employer, and the company is permitted to hire additional assistant workers. A weekly rest day is afforded to the worker, with the proviso that he has the right to an alternative rest day for the day he was committed to working or to receive cash compensation equivalent to his wage for that day. Additionally, it is stipulated that the worker is not required to work more than two rest days in a row, unless otherwise stipulated by the parties involved in the agreement.

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