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How to file or track a complaint via MOHRE

How to file or track a complaint via MOHRE

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE), previously known as the Ministry of Labour, is committed to overseeing the provision of labour rights and settling disputes at the workplace.


There are specific laws to protect the rights of the employees. If you experience unfair treatment at work you can report it through MOHRE. We bring you a list of processes to file a MOHRE complaint as well as the situations that require you to do so.


SITUATIONS MATTERWHEN CAN AN EMPLOYEE FILE A COMPLAINT IN THE UAE?


The UAE Labour Law (Federal Law No. 8 of 1980) includes a variety of provisions that govern the rights of labours. Employees have the right to report their employers, upon violation of these stipulations.


  • You don’t have a safe and secure environment to work in
  • You are not given annual leaves and are not allowed to take leave on public holidays
  • There are delays in wages or salary
  • Pregnant employees are not given maternity leave
  • The employer is holding an employee’s passport
  • You are made to work for more than 8 or 9 hours a day
  • At the time of resignation, you are not given gratuity pay, despite working for the required period in the company
  • You are not given a 30-day grace period after the termination of your employment contract
  • You are being asked to repay and employment visa costs.


Read, Steps to Apply, Role of MOHRE and how to track by clicking on the links below.



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