The Ministry of Human Resources in the Emirates announced that the violating workers would be required to rectify their legal status. In this context, a runaway worker resorted to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.
Workers in the UAE who are in violation of their legal status can receive assistance from the Ministry of Human Resources.
The Ministry of Human Resources in the Emirates made an announcement that workers whose legal status had been violated would be compelled to make the necessary corrections. In this scenario, a worker who had fled the workplace approached the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation for assistance.
The Ministry of Human Resources helps a runaway worker adjust her status
A worker who has abandoned her job is given assistance by the Ministry of Human Resources in readjusting her status, The narrative of one of the domestic assistance workers was published on the official pages of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation's presence on various social media platforms. She explained that she had been "A hardworking worker who was not sufficiently knowledgeable about the laws of entry and residence of foreigners, which led to her committing legal violations that did not enable her to work again or leave." "From the comfort of home" The worker reportedly did not accept this illegal condition and made the decision to remedy her status. As a result, she turned to the Ministry, which provided her with full support and help from the appropriate authorities. According to the Ministry, the worker did not accept this illegal situation.
The importance of correcting the legal conditions of violating workers in the Emirates
The critical need to address the existing legislative frameworks that violate the rights of employees in the Emirates, The reasons behind the escape of the domestic worker in the Emirates, who was assisted in her flight by the Ministry of Human Resources, have been made public. It was a sum of money to support my kid in his education and pay his school fees, and instead of seeking for help from the family she works for, her buddy recommended her to do it instead. The worker's name is Irene, and she is a citizen of an Asian country. She quit her work in order to increase her income, and a friend of hers assured her that he would get her a position that paid more. Then, after evacuating the country, her companion did not live up to her end of the bargain and did not find a work opportunity. She moved to the Emirates without permission and was unable to find job there. After that, she made the decision to change her legal status and approached the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation for assistance; the Ministry then released this account of her experiences. As part of a new campaign it launched under the name #Successful_Business_and_Happy_Residence, in cooperation with Identity and Nationality, Customs and Ports Security, to raise awareness about the importance of correcting the status of residents in the UAE, during which it called on everyone to be careful to adhere to the laws of entry and residence of foreigners, it pledged to help any worker by providing support to ensure the safety of his legal status.