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Sunday, August 05, 2018

10 Offenses That Can Get You Fired Without Notice In The UAE

Whether you are working in a private or a government job, some offenses are so bad, they can get you fired on the spot. In the UAE, the labour law lists these 10 career-ending offenses that workers must avoid. If you make any of these mistakes, you may need to refresh your resume and go back to doing a job search while working part-time jobs.
Whether you are working in a private or a government job, some offenses are so bad, they can get you fired on the spot. In the UAE, the labour law lists these 10 career-ending offenses that workers must avoid. If you make any of these mistakes, you may need to refresh your resume and go back to doing a job search while working part-time jobs. Working abroad exposes foreign workers to different working conditions as well as environment. This is why it is important for a foreign worker, like an OFW, to be aware of local laws and regulations so that they could prosper in their new work environment. Getting fired without proper reason or justification, also called arbitrary dismissal, is of course illegal as seen in this video below. The following list below are things that one MUST NOT DO in the UAE, lest he or she gets fired on the spot:  1. If the worker adopts a false identity or nationality or submits forged certificate or documents;    2. If the worker is engaged on probation and is dismissed during the probationary or on its expiry;    3. If the worker makes a mistake resulting in substantial material loss for the employer, on condition that the latter notifies the Ministry of Labour of the incident within 48 hours of his becoming aware of its occurrence;    4. If the worker disobeys instructions respecting industrial safety or the safety of the workplace, on condition that such instructions are in writing and have been posted up at a conspicuous place and, in the case of an illiterate worker, that he has been acquainted with them orally;    5. If the worker does not perform his basic duties under the contract of employment and persists in violating them despite the fact that he has been the subject of a written investigation for this reason and that he has been warned that he will be dismissed if such behavior continues;    6. If the worker reveals any secret of the establishment in which he is employed;    7. If the worker is finally sentenced by a competent court for an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals;    8. If the worker is found in a state of drunkenness or under the influence of a drug during working hours;    9. If, while working, the worker assaults the employer, the responsible manager or any of his work mates;    10. If the worker absents from his work without a valid reason for more than 20 non-consecutive days, or more than seven consecutive days, in any one year.    If you are not happy with your current employer, do not risk doing any of the things above. Instead, you should resign the proper way (as explained below). Working abroad is never easy. Always be ready for anything, including the possibility of losing your job. Always be open for other career, job market, or even business opportunity.    This post has been filed under: government job, UAE, Dubai, labour law, career, resume, job search, part-time jobs, OFW, work abroad, labor dispute, business opportunity

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 Working abroad exposes foreign workers to different working conditions as well as environment. This is why it is important for a foreign worker, like an OFW, to be aware of local laws and regulations so that they could prosper in their new work environment. Getting fired without proper reason or justification, also called arbitrary dismissal, is of course illegal as seen in this video below.

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The following list below are things that one MUST NOT DO in the UAE, lest he or she gets fired on the spot:
1. If the worker adopts a false identity or nationality or submits forged certificate or documents;

2. If the worker is engaged on probation and is dismissed during the probationary or on its expiry;

3. If the worker makes a mistake resulting in substantial material loss for the employer, on condition that the latter notifies the Ministry of Labour of the incident within 48 hours of his becoming aware of its occurrence;

4. If the worker disobeys instructions respecting industrial safety or the safety of the workplace, on condition that such instructions are in writing and have been posted up at a conspicuous place and, in the case of an illiterate worker, that he has been acquainted with them orally;
Whether you are working in a private or a government job, some offenses are so bad, they can get you fired on the spot. In the UAE, the labour law lists these 10 career-ending offenses that workers must avoid. If you make any of these mistakes, you may need to refresh your resume and go back to doing a job search while working part-time jobs. Working abroad exposes foreign workers to different working conditions as well as environment. This is why it is important for a foreign worker, like an OFW, to be aware of local laws and regulations so that they could prosper in their new work environment. Getting fired without proper reason or justification, also called arbitrary dismissal, is of course illegal as seen in this video below. The following list below are things that one MUST NOT DO in the UAE, lest he or she gets fired on the spot:  1. If the worker adopts a false identity or nationality or submits forged certificate or documents;    2. If the worker is engaged on probation and is dismissed during the probationary or on its expiry;    3. If the worker makes a mistake resulting in substantial material loss for the employer, on condition that the latter notifies the Ministry of Labour of the incident within 48 hours of his becoming aware of its occurrence;    4. If the worker disobeys instructions respecting industrial safety or the safety of the workplace, on condition that such instructions are in writing and have been posted up at a conspicuous place and, in the case of an illiterate worker, that he has been acquainted with them orally;    5. If the worker does not perform his basic duties under the contract of employment and persists in violating them despite the fact that he has been the subject of a written investigation for this reason and that he has been warned that he will be dismissed if such behavior continues;    6. If the worker reveals any secret of the establishment in which he is employed;    7. If the worker is finally sentenced by a competent court for an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals;    8. If the worker is found in a state of drunkenness or under the influence of a drug during working hours;    9. If, while working, the worker assaults the employer, the responsible manager or any of his work mates;    10. If the worker absents from his work without a valid reason for more than 20 non-consecutive days, or more than seven consecutive days, in any one year.    If you are not happy with your current employer, do not risk doing any of the things above. Instead, you should resign the proper way (as explained below). Working abroad is never easy. Always be ready for anything, including the possibility of losing your job. Always be open for other career, job market, or even business opportunity.    This post has been filed under: government job, UAE, Dubai, labour law, career, resume, job search, part-time jobs, OFW, work abroad, labor dispute, business opportunity

5. If the worker does not perform his basic duties under the contract of employment and persists in violating them despite the fact that he has been the subject of a written investigation for this reason and that he has been warned that he will be dismissed if such behavior continues;

6. If the worker reveals any secret of the establishment in which he is employed;

7. If the worker is finally sentenced by a competent court for an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals;

8. If the worker is found in a state of drunkenness or under the influence of a drug during working hours;

9. If, while working, the worker assaults the employer, the responsible manager or any of his work mates;
Whether you are working in a private or a government job, some offenses are so bad, they can get you fired on the spot. In the UAE, the labour law lists these 10 career-ending offenses that workers must avoid. If you make any of these mistakes, you may need to refresh your resume and go back to doing a job search while working part-time jobs. Working abroad exposes foreign workers to different working conditions as well as environment. This is why it is important for a foreign worker, like an OFW, to be aware of local laws and regulations so that they could prosper in their new work environment. Getting fired without proper reason or justification, also called arbitrary dismissal, is of course illegal as seen in this video below. The following list below are things that one MUST NOT DO in the UAE, lest he or she gets fired on the spot:  1. If the worker adopts a false identity or nationality or submits forged certificate or documents;    2. If the worker is engaged on probation and is dismissed during the probationary or on its expiry;    3. If the worker makes a mistake resulting in substantial material loss for the employer, on condition that the latter notifies the Ministry of Labour of the incident within 48 hours of his becoming aware of its occurrence;    4. If the worker disobeys instructions respecting industrial safety or the safety of the workplace, on condition that such instructions are in writing and have been posted up at a conspicuous place and, in the case of an illiterate worker, that he has been acquainted with them orally;    5. If the worker does not perform his basic duties under the contract of employment and persists in violating them despite the fact that he has been the subject of a written investigation for this reason and that he has been warned that he will be dismissed if such behavior continues;    6. If the worker reveals any secret of the establishment in which he is employed;    7. If the worker is finally sentenced by a competent court for an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals;    8. If the worker is found in a state of drunkenness or under the influence of a drug during working hours;    9. If, while working, the worker assaults the employer, the responsible manager or any of his work mates;    10. If the worker absents from his work without a valid reason for more than 20 non-consecutive days, or more than seven consecutive days, in any one year.    If you are not happy with your current employer, do not risk doing any of the things above. Instead, you should resign the proper way (as explained below). Working abroad is never easy. Always be ready for anything, including the possibility of losing your job. Always be open for other career, job market, or even business opportunity.    This post has been filed under: government job, UAE, Dubai, labour law, career, resume, job search, part-time jobs, OFW, work abroad, labor dispute, business opportunity


10. If the worker absents from his work without a valid reason for more than 20 non-consecutive days, or more than seven consecutive days, in any one year.

If you are not happy with your current employer, do not risk doing any of the things above. Instead, you should resign the proper way (as explained below).

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Working abroad is never easy. Always be ready for anything, including the possibility of losing your job. Always be open for other career, job market, or even business opportunity.

This post has been filed under: government job, UAE, Dubai, labour law, career, resume, job search, part-time jobs, OFW, work abroad, labor dispute, business opportunity,

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