IMPACT — MEDIUM
Emirati authorities recently implemented the Wage Protection System for companies registered in the Dubai Multi Commodities Center Free Zone.
Additional Information: Emirati authorities will not fine companies that do not comply with this requirement for 2023; however, beginning in 2024, companies that do not pay their employees through the WPS will be fined.
BAL Analysis: Emirati authorities will require companies registered with the DMCC to pay employees through the WPS to ensure foreign workers’ wages are protected.
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