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Exploring The Recent Shift In Residency Policy In UAE And Saudi Arabia
Immigration policies across the Arab peninsula have historically been linked to individuals' sponsorship status.
United Arab Emirates
26 Jun 2019
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Multi-Stakeholder Solutions And Supply Chain Management For The Protection Of Migrant Workers
There is increased awareness amongst companies and individuals to consider their responsibility and the role they can play in the treatment of low-income migrant workers.
United Arab Emirates
9 May 2018
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KSA: Developments In Saudisation And Parallel Nationalization
Employers operating in KSA will be familiar with the growing regulations relating to Saudisation and the challenges of building up a pipeline of national talent.
United Arab Emirates
5 Sep 2017
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Examining The Visa Options For Seafarers
As a trading and logistics hub, the UAE is often the point for seafarers to embark or disembark their vessels and ensuring a smooth transit for seafarers is dependent on securing the right visa for them.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jun 2017
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Ensuring Compliance With The Dubai Health Insurance Law
Following the publication of Resolution No.6 of 2017, employers or sponsors of dependants and domestic workers have been given until 31 March 2017 to comply with Dubai Law No. 11 of 2013 (the Dubai Health Insurance Law).
United Arab Emirates
18 Apr 2017
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Other Employment Law Developments In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
Please see below a roundup of other developments in the Kingdom in relation to the National Budget and Workforce Nationalisation.
United Arab Emirates
23 Feb 2017
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Structuring Employment Arrangements In Iran
Following the lifting of certain sanctions against Iran, global companies in a variety of sectors are looking to identify opportunities for foreign direct investment into an exciting but challenging market.
Iran
9 Nov 2016
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Ajeer: Legalising Secondments And Facilitating Supply Of Temporary Work In KSA
In the past few years the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (the "KSA") has undergone numerous reforms in respect of employment and immigration regulations.
Saudi Arabia
25 Nov 2015
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Legal And Practical Difficulties With Engaging Supply Teachers In The UAE And Qatar
Schools in other jurisdictions rely heavily on the services of supply teachers to cover periods of leave.
United Arab Emirates
7 Jul 2015
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In Focus: Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
Doing business in KSA? Sending employees to KSA? Not without a licence!
Saudi Arabia
16 Apr 2015
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Doing Business In KSA? Sending Employees To KSA? Not Without A Licence!
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the largest economies in the Middle East and a market which has attracted more and more activity in the past six years.
Saudi Arabia
6 Feb 2015
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Managing A Workforce In The GCC: An Overview
On 7th May, Clyde and Co's MENA employment group in collaboration with lawyers from ASAR in Bahrain and Kuwait, as well as from Jihad Al Taie in Oman, held a half day seminar on the intricacies of Managing a Workforce in the GCC.
UK
3 Jun 2013
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Location, Location, Location – Avoiding UAE Labour And Immigration Pitfalls
With the large proportion of expatriate workers in the UAE, employers are alive to the need to obtain authorisation for work permit and residency visa purposes in order to lawfully engage their employees.
United Arab Emirates
18 Jun 2012
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Global Mobility: Managing International Assignments In The Middle East
With businesses operating globally, it is increasingly common for employees to be working in business units spread across jurisdictions or to spend time on secondment to an associated company or a branch of their employer company.
United Arab Emirates
12 Jul 2011
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