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MoHRe urges companies in UAE to pay employees salaries on time

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The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (MOHRE) encouraged employers in the country to pay their employees on time through the wage protection system.

The ministry also urge them to document early leaves granted to employees as well as temporary or permanent salary amendments.

“We stress on the necessity of companies compliance to pay salaries on time through the wage protection system and document early leaves granted or salary amendments whether temporary or permanent through the additional temporary annexe contract available on our smart app or website,” the statement made on Twitter read.

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