UAE announces unemployment benefits scheme – Gulf Insider

UAE has announced an unemployment benefits scheme for private and government sector workers, as part of a larger job security initiative launched by the government.

The law reportedly applies to all employees regardless of nationality and will come into effect in 2023.

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The benefits do not apply to investors, domestic workers, temporary contract workers, retirees who receive pension, those who newly entered a job, and those under the age of 18.

The amount will be made in monthly cash payments; the system will function like an insurance package where residents pay forward a certain sum every year to the unemployment fund, local media reported.

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Employers who lose their jobs under unforeseen circumstances will reportedly receive 60% of their salary, or up to AED 20,000 monthly for a limited time, helping maintain a rolling income.


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