UAE labor law: minister reviews role of inspectors

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His remarks were made during a meeting he had with the Human Resources Affairs Sector of MoHRE, attended by Khalil Al Khoori, Acting Undersecretary for Human Resources Affairs, Aisha Belharfia, Undersecretary Deputy Labor Affairs, Mohsin Al Nassi, Acting Deputy Undersecretary for Inspection Affairs, and Ahmed Al Yassi, Head of Labor Relations Division.

Dr. Al Awar commended the efforts of the team of MoHRE inspectors and employees of the Department of Labor Relations and their ability to deal effectively with labor issues while cooperating closely with other relevant government entities.

Al Awar called on MoHRE employees to spare no effort to ensure the application of UAE labor law in order to strengthen the UAE’s position as one of the world’s best destinations to work and live, and to attract talent, business and investment. He noted that the status achieved by the UAE is supported by highly competitive elements, including the advanced legislative system and the stability and flexibility of the working environment, as well as the absence of labor disputes, such as the global indicators prove.

“The inspection team’s efforts reflect a commitment to regulations governing the roles, rights and responsibilities of all contractual parties. Thus, enhancing the attractiveness of the labor market and its ability to bring together qualified local and international talent to help build the best and most active economy in the world,” he added.

Dr. Al Awar listened to employees’ input and suggestions to develop workflow mechanisms and ways to improve the quality of services, in addition to their proposed initiatives and the challenges they face, especially on the ground. He assured them of the Ministry’s concern to facilitate their tasks, given the importance of their contribution to the development of a stable and prosperous labor market.

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