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The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has highlighted violations that could suspend new work permits for enterprises.
These are the four violations:
1. Breaches stipulated in the Cabinet Resolution No. 21 of 2020 regarding service fees and administrative fines by the ministry and its amendments.
2. Failure to provide appropriate labor accommodation. In this case, the company file is administratively suspended until the required accommodation is offered to the employees.
3. Human trafficking allegations. In this case, the violating company is suspended until it is proven innocent. The suspension continues for two years after a final ruling is issued against the company in case of a conviction.
4. Abuse of the electronic powers granted to the company to access the ministry’s systems. In this case, the company’s file gets administratively suspended for six months from the date of proven violation. BKM/ Expat Media
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