Warning of the dangers of dealing with unlicensed entities for employment in the UAE
Recently, a ministerial warning was issued regarding the risks of dealing with unlicensed labor agencies in the UAE. This warning was issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, which identified 5 risks in this regard.
A ministerial warning addressing the dangers of conducting business with unlicensed entities in the UAE for the purpose of employment
A governmental warning was issued not too long ago regarding the dangers of conducting business with labor agencies in the UAE that are not licensed. The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has issued this warning after determining that there are 5 potential dangers associated with this matter.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation explains the risks of dealing with unlicensed domestic workers
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation provides an explanation of the dangers involved in employing domestic servants who are not licensed, The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has issued a warning about the dangers of conducting business with unlicensed agencies for domestic workers. These dangers include the use of unreliable social media sites and pages that promote these services. This warning comes as the Ministry has identified five risks that the dealer may be exposed to, including unreliable and licensed agencies and pages.
Risks of dealing with unlicensed domestic helpers
Dealing with unauthorized domestic assistants comes with a number of potential risks, The Ministry has stated that those who deal with such parties and pages may be exposed to the following risks: the possibility of obtaining untrained helper workers; the absence of guarantees for the helper; the possibility of exposing the employer to legal accountability; the potential for the employer and his family to become infected with infectious diseases; and the possibility that the helper is a perpetrator for legal violations.
Conditions for bringing domestic workers to the UAE
The terms and conditions under which domestic employees can be brought into the UAE, The Ministry had identified 9 obligations that the labor recruitment offices must adhere to and abide by. These obligations include not bringing the domestic worker from his country, except after informing him of the type and nature of the work and the amount of the wage, and the availability of evidence proving his fitness and health, psychological and occupational condition, and that the office not request it himself or through others., any commission in return for providing the domestic worker, and that the office not provide any commission in return for providing the domestic worker. If the worker is treated with respect, if he is not subjected to violence, if he is informed about the authorities that are responsible for investigating his complaint regarding any violation of his rights and freedoms, and if the worker is given information about the authorities concerned with examining his complaint, regarding any violation of his rights and freedoms, as well as if the worker is given a booklet with receipts for receiving wages or any other mechanism, to ensure that the worker receives his wages, and if the recruitment office Either provide a suitable replacement for it or reimburse the money that was already paid to employers.