Determine the conditions for imposing an administrative penalty on the violating worker in the Emirates
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation in the UAE announced setting the conditions for imposing an administrative penalty on the violating worker, as it demanded that employers not impose a disciplinary penalty against the worker for any act he commits outside of work.
Establish the criteria for the imposition of a disciplinary fine on the infringing worker in the Emirates.
It was announced by the UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation that the conditions for imposing an administrative punishment on the infringing worker have been specified. In addition, it asked that employers not apply a disciplinary penalty on the worker for any act that he commits outside of work.
Cases of dismissal of the violating worker from work
Instances in which the person who violated the rules was fired from their job, The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has stated that if a worker goes about his shift while intoxicated or under the influence of narcotics, the owner of the facility has the right to dismiss him from work without notice, as well as the right to deprive him of the end-of-service gratuity (in full or in part). This is something that has been confirmed by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.
8 conditions for imposing an administrative penalty on the violating worker
There are eight requirements that must be met before an administrative punishment can be levied against the offending worker, The Ministry indicated that there are seven administrative penalties, one of which the employer can impose on the violating employee (according to the severity or type of his violation), and it specified eight conditions that must be adhered to before imposing any administrative penalty on any of his employees. These conditions include not imposing a disciplinary penalty on the worker in relation to Any act he commits outside of the workplace, and it is not permissible to impose more than one administrative penalty on an employee at one time.
Warning the worker when committing violations
Whenever the worker commits violations, they should be warned, When asked for more specifics, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation responded that the legislation regulating labor relations permitted companies to take some warning steps when any infringement was committed by one of their employees. This was mentioned in the context of the law allowing employers to issue warnings when an employee broke the law. The same law also outlined the disciplinary punishments that an employer or his agent is allowed to inflict on his employees in the event that there is evidence that the employee violated the law.