Cheating on “compete” falls under the violation of “discrimination between persons”


The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation confirmed that the negative exploitation by some private sector companies of the advantages of the “Nafes” program with the aim of reducing the salaries and bonuses offered to citizens who are candidates to work for them, is an explicit and flagrant violation of Federal Decree Law No. 33 of 2021 regarding the organization of labor relations, explaining that this violation It falls under the category of “discrimination between persons”, which would affect job opportunities in the labor market.

The Ministry warned the citizen cadres against accepting any fictitious or fictitious job or training offers, or in which there is fraud, because if the citizen accepts this offer, he will be a partner in committing the violation, since the agreement on fictitious settlement is based on supply and demand between two parties, explaining that the decision of the Council of Ministers No. 25 of 2022 regarding administrative violations and penalties related to the initiatives and programs of the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council (NAFES), holding the citizen who participates in the fictitious localization responsible, and depriving him of the privileges of (NAFES) initiatives in the future.

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The Ministry called on citizens who are about to work or who are currently working in the private sector or members of society in general to report any wrong practices related to Emiratisation in the labor market by contacting the Ministry’s call center 600590000, with the aim of strengthening control and raising the level of compliance.

And she stressed that she continues to implement the necessary procedures without tolerance with any company that tries to defraud or exploit the policies and decisions of localization, including the advantages of the “Nafes” program, to firmly address all negative and wrong practices related to localization procedures that must be followed by private sector companies, pointing out that the smart inspection system And the field field, which it created, constitutes an additional mechanism for monitoring companies and following up on the conditions of citizens working in the private sector.

The Ministry of Human Resources has recently developed its proactive control systems over establishments in line with the needs of the labor market, its variables and its size, especially since monitoring employment in the labor market in the private sector (including citizens) is one of the basic responsibilities of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, pointing out that it is following up Monitoring the job conditions of citizens working in the private sector and counting their numbers accurately, through a digital system affiliated with it linked to 52 federal and local government agencies, which also issues all work permits for employees in the private sector, including work permits for citizens.

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The Ministry has set a number of controls related to the commitment of establishments and employers to the Emiratisation systems, job advertisements, and enabling the citizen to perform his work and obligations by providing the appropriate place and tools, in addition to related fines and penalties, during which it prohibited establishments when announcing Emiratisation jobs by any means, referring to government Emiratisation policies. Or its benefits without prior permission from the Ministry, as well as prohibiting any misleading advertisements that do not represent available and real job opportunities or in unskilled professional levels, or that government support benefits and incentives related to citizens in the private sector are included in these advertisements.

Training and qualification tools

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The controls required the employer to enable the citizen to perform his work by providing the workplace and the necessary tools, while providing the minimum training and rehabilitation tools, and preventing the reduction of the citizen’s wages on the pretext of benefiting from government support programs, and the decision to grant the citizen a lower wage than his counterparts was considered a circumvention of legislation The resettlement organization. It also required the employer to commit, when hiring a citizen, to obtain a work permit for him from the Ministry, conclude a contract and pay wages according to the regulations, register the citizen and pay monthly contributions to the pension and social security system according to the legislation regulating that within a month from the date of issuance of the work permit, and cancel the citizen’s work permit immediately Termination of the contractual relationship, and notification of any change to the employment contract that affects the conditions for benefiting from the benefits of the “Nafes” program.

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