The human capital model across the GCC remains transient, with new working models and practices being adopted by businesses which include virtual working and outsourcing solutions. Coupled with this the employment legislation continues to evolve, which presents the need for key stakeholders to remain ahead of the changes in order to ensure their policies and procedures are compliant with the law.
Our team of employment specialists offer advisory and technical solutions which are aligned to the needs of both employees, employers and associated authorities, solving both simple and complex employment matters. We have a built a reputation as one of the leading providers of employment advice, give our long-standing presence in the market.
Our clients appreciate our deep understanding of local laws and nuances, as such our lawyers keep abreast of the ever-changing regulatory landscape and are aware of the varied laws and regulations between the various UAE free zones, onshore and across the wider region.
We are well-versed in the procedures of the Ministry of Labour and provide up to date information on visa and immigration procedures, redundancy and termination policies and drafting labour contracts, which quite often contain non-compete and non-disclosure agreements.
Our team offer a comprehensive service to our clients across all aspects of employment law ranging from routine advice to litigation and are aligned to the UAE labour laws and current practices, whilst offering considerable regional experience in dealing with local and federal laws.
Day to day our team handle all forms of employment matters including transactional work, employee advisory, HR consultancy, health & safety and pensions & immigration issues. We provide real-time advice to the wider market in respect of any employment legislation changes, including within DIFC.
Our team provide a comprehensive range of solutions which include:
- Employee advisory
- HR consultancy
- Government and authority advisory
- Pensions & immigration
- Health & Safety
- Dispute resolution