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UAE closes two domestic worker agencies for regulation violations

UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation cancel licenses of domestic employee recruitment agencies.

UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation cancel licenses of domestic employee recruitment agencies.

Enforcement Actions Taken

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) in the UAE has taken decisive action by revoking the licenses of two domestic worker recruitment agencies—Emirates International Centre for Domestic Workers and Al Shamsi Domestic Workers Services. 

This stern action comes as a consequence of their failure to uphold the obligations outlined in the Domestic Workers Law, executive regulations, and relevant resolutions.

Regulatory Breaches and Consequences

The closure of these agencies reflects their non-compliance with the stipulated regulations designed to safeguard the rights of all parties involved in domestic worker contracts—employers, recruitment agencies, and domestic workers. 

Such measures aim to uphold the standards and protections established within the framework of the Domestic Workers Law.

Protection of Contractual Rights

The laws concerning domestic workers in the UAE are geared towards ensuring the fair treatment and protection of the contractual rights of employers, recruitment agencies, and domestic workers alike. These regulations are integral in maintaining a balanced and lawful environment within the domestic work sector.

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