Warning from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in the Emirates to companies and job seekers
Just a few hours ago, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization issued a new cautionary note to companies that prey on job seekers in order to embezzle their money. It also warns prospective employees in the Emirates not to fall for companies that deceive them with fake job postings.
A word of caution from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation to businesses and individuals looking for work in the Emirates.
A few hours ago, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization issued a fresh alert to businesses that take advantage of people's dreams of finding good jobs in order to steal their money. It also warns job searchers in the Emirates not to fall for con artists working for businesses that falsify job advertisements on the internet.
“Human Resources and Emiratisation”: Do not be lenient in punishing violators from companies that sell illusions to job seekers.
"Human Resources and Emiratisation": approach to disciplining lawbreakers who work for businesses that trick people into believing they have jobs when they don't, The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation confirmed that "the inspection team visited the aforementioned facility and it was proven that it was practicing the activity without obtaining a license from the Ministry," in addition to "seizing payment receipts and taking statements from some of the researchers who were present in the facility when they visited it." The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation reacted immediately and swiftly to the information it received. As a consequence of this, an administrative infraction was prepared against the facility for failing to get a license from the Ministry, and it was also sent to the Public Prosecution for breaking the appropriate legislation.
Found 41 fake recruitment companies in the Emirates
In the Emirates, we discovered 41 fraudulent employment agencies, Since the beginning of this year, the Ministry has disclosed that it has taken legal action against 41 entities that have been conducting activities related to recruitment or mediation without having first obtained a license issued by the Ministry. In addition, the Ministry has referred these entities to the Public Prosecution so that they may undergo criminal procedures and communicate with the appropriate government agencies. The Ministry has said unequivocally that it "does not tolerate legal procedures and penalties against Any facility proven to be practicing this activity without obtaining the required license."
Determine how to report fraudulent companies that exploit job seekers in the UAE
Find out how to report unscrupulous companies that are taking advantage of people looking for jobs in the UAE, She issued a call to the members of the community, asking them to make sure that the facility has obtained a license from the Ministry before doing business with it, to protect their rights and prevent fraud, and to report violations and illegal employment practices to the Ministry by calling the call center at 600590000 or using the smart application provided by the Ministry.