Abu Dhabi Labour Court docket secures the dues of 5,832 employees value 42mln dirhams


The Abu Dhabi Labour Court docket has efficiently secured the fee of unpaid dues of 5,832 employees engaged in a collective dispute for a complete quantity of 42,767,967 dirhams, settling the matter in a report time that didn’t exceed two months by taking immediate authorized measures to register the claims, contemplate the instances and ship its choices with expedited enforcement and at last full the method by handing over the mentioned dues to the employees of their labour camps by mail.

The Abu Dhabi Labour Court docket affirmed that the speedy settlement of labour instances, particularly collective instances, and the facilitation of the fee of sums as a consequence of employees at their place of residence, are available implementation of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Presidential Court docket and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Judicial Division (ADJD), who insists on the significance of attaining a speedy decision of instances and shortening the litigation interval, whereas guaranteeing the standard and accuracy of judgements.

The Labour Court docket additionally burdened the effectiveness of the mechanism employed to make sure the speedy settlement of disputes and enabling all events to acquire their rights as assured by regulation, in coordination with the competent authorities, as a part of the dedication of the United Arab Emirates to safeguard the rights of employees and supply them with the mandatory safety below the rule of regulation, by means of a pioneering judicial system that ensures the achievement of an completed justice.

The Labour Court docket additionally counseled the efforts made by all related authorities and the availability of providers that assist employees meet their important wants in the course of the transitional part in the direction of the ultimate settlement of their state of affairs, with the excellent efforts of the Ministry of Human Assets and Emiratisation in addressing the circumstances of employees who want to change firms.



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