Employees have a lot of rights and employers are bound by law to fulfil those rights. If an employer does not provide its employees with all their due rights, and breach the employee rights and the employment contract, then they are liable to strict legal action. Most employers exploit their employees and enjoy unfair advantages because normally employees are not aware of their rights and do not educate themselves about their rights. However, Labour and Employment Advocates in Dubai, can help out the Clients in:
- Injustice with the Employee/Employees.
- Not paying the salaries on right time.
- Not paying the gratuity.
- Noy Cancelling the VISA
- Harrasment or Discrimination, or together
If an employee feels that their rights have been violated, they can either try to resolve the issue or take legal action against their employer. Whatever the course of action that an employee decides to pursue, it is very important to consult a legal professional to have complete knowledge of the different courses of action and their consequences. There are a lot of Advocates in Dubai who work for employees and have the experience and necessary skills to ensure that employers do not take undue advantage of their employees.
The first and most reasonable course of action for an employee who feels that their rights have been violated is to consult the human resources department of their organisation. Good organisations have proper procedures in place to ensure that employees are given their due rights. An employee should approach the relevant department through the proper channel, keeping a detailed record of all correspondence.
It is important to consult a legal professional to learn about the legalities of the case and to understand the federal laws that govern the employer. These laws vary greatly and there are many small details associated with employee rights. These rules and regulations play a major role in such cases and can make or break the case.
All relevant information should be properly compiled which includes written documentation, transcripts and other records that can prove helpful in the case.The formal complaint ought to be filed with the relevant authorities in coordination with an experienced lawyer who can ensure that there are no loopholes. A lawyer can also help with the various courses of action that are available and the pros and cons of each alternative after the complaint is filed.