employment contract

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Noun1.employment contract - contract between employer and employee
contract - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
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Another disturbing aspect of the hiring of Indians for jobs in the UAE has been the matter of contract substitution, a practice wherein a different, and a clearly downgraded, job contract as compared to the one which was originally shown to the recruited individuals awaited them when they arrived in the UAE.
Indian workers seeking jobs in the UAE will be able to submit their job applications and review terms and conditions of the job contract on this portal from India, said Dr Omar Al Nuaimi, undersecretary of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and assistant for International Relations and Communications.
Official sources at MoIT on anonymity revealed that job contract of Member Legal Ameena Sohail expired one month back.
Summary: Labour ban will not be imposed on an employee if he/she and the employer opt for mutual termination of job contract.
An Arab man, curently on a visit, said he nearly fell for the scam because the job contract was on a letter-head carrying the hospital's name, address and distinct blue and green logo.
The centre will help the workers understand their job contract and guide them what skills they should acquire before their departure.
A new format of job contract is expected to be issued by the authorities concerned to accommodate the changes.
In Article 7 of Labor Law, job contract has been defined as "An oral or written agreement whereby a worker in return of a wage does a work for a temporary or non-temporary period of time for the employer".
The problem we see is the employer or family has no contact with the worker until they reach Bahrain and a proper job contract will make things clear to everyone.
JEDDAH: Ibrahim NaffeeMany Kingdom-based expatriates who have been sent abroad by their parents for higher education have been told that they must have their degrees endorsed by a local Saudi Embassy and that the endorsement would only come through after landing a job contract in the Kingdom.
The policies often exclude people who are self-employed or on a fixed-term job contract, those aged 65 and over and others who might claim for absences relating to pre-existing medical conditions.