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UAE labor law termination unlimited contract in Dubai

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UAE labor law termination unlimited contract is essential for employees and employers to understand in 2024.

This article will discuss the termination of unlimited contracts in the UAE, the benefits, and the gratuity calculation.

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UAE labor law termination unlimited contract.

An unlimited contract is not limited to a specific period and can be terminated by either the employer or the employee. Terminating such a contract requires written notice to the other party.

According to UAE labour law, an employee must submit a written resignation letter; the notice period can be 1-3 months.

For day workers, the notice period is 1 week if the employee worked between 6 months to 1 year, 2 weeks if the employee has worked for at least 1 year, and 1 month if the employee has worked for at least 5 years.

The employer must also provide prior notice to the employee, calculated using the total service period provided by the employee.

UAE labour law termination benefits.

An employee can leave without notice if the employer breaches any obligations outlined in the contract and the law or if the employer or representative assaults the employee.

The employer also has the right to terminate the employee without prior notice before the completion of 6 months and if the employee breaches the obligations outlined in the contract and the law.

The dismissal shall be considered arbitrary if the employee is dismissed without any reason after completing their probation period.

Or if the reason is not work-related or because of a complaint submitted to the concerned authorities against the employer.

End of service benefits for workers unlimited contract.

End-of-service gratuity is a benefit that an employee is entitled to receive upon terminating an employment contract. The gratuity calculation for unlimited contract termination is as follows:

  • The wage is for 21 days for the first 5 years of service.
  • The wage of 30 days for every additional year.
  • Should an employee bound by an unlimited contract leave their work by choice after continuous service of at least 1 year and a maximum of 3 years, they shall be entitled to one-third of the end-of-service gratuity.
  • Should their continuous service be at least 3 years and a maximum of 5 years, they shall be entitled to two-thirds of the end-of-service gratuity.

FAQs about UAE labor law termination unlimited contract.

The notice period for terminating an unlimited contract in the UAE is 1-3 months for employees and 1 week to 1 month for day workers depending on their length of service.
End-of-service gratuity is a benefit that an employee is entitled to receive upon terminating an employment contract.

Conclusion.

In conclusion, the UAE Labor Law Termination of Unlimited Contract is an important aspect of the employment relationship between an employer and an employee.

Both parties must comply with UAE labour laws to preserve their rights.

An unlimited contract is not limited to a specific period and can be terminated by the employer or the employee with prior written notice.

The employee is entitled to end-of-service gratuity upon the termination of their employment contract, which is calculated based on their length of service.

It is advisable to seek the guidance of a labour lawyer and legal consultant for labour contract cases in the UAE. Al Mulla Labour Lawyer & Legal Consultant is the best for labour contract cases in the UAE.

Contact the office of Al Mulla via Whatsapp. Click here. Or visit us at our law firms: Dubai. You can also call us on phone: 00971501961291.

We recommend you read about the Unlimited contract termination by employers in Dubai and learn about the Early termination of employment contracts by employers.

Also, Understand UAE labour law termination pay and Contract Ending in Dubai.

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