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Things you should not be doing on Facebook in Qatar to avoid trouble with the law

Things you should not be doing on Facebook in Qatar to avoid trouble with the law

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Posting and sharing violent contant and tagging people without consent could land you in trouble with the law, Qatar looks at Nine other things you must know if you are a Facebook user in the Qatar. 1. DON’T SHARE YOUR PASSWORD: Sharing a password, or entering it into a fake Facebook page, orlosing a phone while Facebook is still open, could lead to a serious breach of your Facebook page security. 2. DO NOT POST VULGAR PICTURES OF DRINKING ALCOHOL: The authorities accept non-Muslims drink, but keep it under control. Facebook photos of drinks with friends will not likely offend, but drunken photos that offend Islamic values, or the morals of the Qatar, can lead to legal trouble. 3. DO NOT MAKE ‘FUNNY’ COMMENTS ABOUT ISLAM: ...
Amended Labour Law ensures speedy justice for workers

Amended Labour Law ensures speedy justice for workers

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To protect workers’ rights and simplify litigation between an employer and worker, Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani yesterday issued Law No. 13 of 2017 under which a Labour Dispute Resolution Committee (LDRC) will be formed among other legal steps. The Committee will be established within the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs. The new law has been issued after amending some provisions of the Labour Law promulgated by Law No. 14 of 2004 and No. 13 of 1990. The law amended some provisions of some articles in the previous law and stipulated formation of one or more committees, named Labour Dispute Resolution Committee (LDRC), which will be established within the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs. ...
Why employers fire workers without notice

Why employers fire workers without notice

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Employer may not be required to issue a notice when the employee has been repeatedly failing to perform his basic duties. One of our employees joined seven months back on a limited period contract and is frequently taking leave without permission. We had issued one or two warning letters regarding this to him. We would like to terminate his contract. Kindly clear my doubts: a) How many months’ notice period has to be given? b) Details of entitlement, gratuity etc c) Do we have to pay any compensation? d) Other relevant information. It is presumed that employment relations at your entity are subject to the provisions of the Federal Law No 8 of 1980 on the Regulation of Labour Relations (the “Labour Law”). Pursuant to the first part of your ques...
HAPPY NEWS FOR ALL ILLEGAL EXPATS! YOU CAN EXIT TO YOUR HOME COUNTRIES WITHOUT PAYING ANY FINE!

HAPPY NEWS FOR ALL ILLEGAL EXPATS! YOU CAN EXIT TO YOUR HOME COUNTRIES WITHOUT PAYING ANY FINE!

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Hello UAE Expats, hope you are doing well. Our aim is to provide correct and confirm  information to our visitors regarding their cases, visa issues, overstay fines, cancellation and termination process, UAE Labour Law, Immigration Announcements and Updated jobs too.  Today we are here with a good news for all of our readers, and the good news is that you can exit or return to your Home countries without paying your overstay fines and also you will not direct to Police or any other Security Department (Prisons). You will be directly sent back to your home countries by officials after getting below require documents from you. This process is for all UAE Expats including Pakistan, India, Philippines, Bangladesh and Afghan Citizens. We have been asked by our reade...