Employment Lawyers for Unpaid Salaries:
Why do we work? Of course to earn money and have our bread and butter. But, what does it feel like when your employer doesn’t pay you on time? This is probably the most annoying thing that any employee has to face. There are several things through which you can deal with these kinds of delays in your salary. But hold on, it is mandatory to pay the salaries in the United Arab Emirates through WPS, and if the salaries are not paid then MOHRE is ready to take your complaint Call against the Employer or Employer Company.
UAE Labour Law Article 63 tells us that minimum wage and cost of living should be determined as general or for an area or a specific profession. This Employment Dispute is called Unpaid Salaries where Labour and Employment Lawyers, can help as a Court Lawyer or Lawyer to serve the Legal Notice. “Legal Notice Activity” or the process is called Amicable Settlement or outside the Court Recovery. This amicable settlement process is not a joke which can be done by anyone. When These Labor and Employment Lawyers or Employment Lawyers in Dubai become successful in recovering the Unpaid Salaries then there is no need to continue the Labour Complaint or lodge the Labour Complaint. If an employee is paid fully and an agreement is signed between both parties then the employee has no more right to lodge false complaints. It can put an employee in serious trouble and he might have a ban on him or her.
here is the good news that in every country there is a law in which a certain time frame is defined in which you have to pay your employee. If not paying the employee on time then there is a watch on you. What will employees do if payments are frequently delayed then they should inform their employer through any superior or by email. If there is any technical error then it is another isolated case but if there is no error then you should inform the employer about the delay. United Arab Emirates drafts and gives a name of UAE Labour Law to this Law. United Arab Emirates Labour Law.
If you still don’t get any reply from your employer then it is a serious case and it is more complicated. This is where you have to take some serious actions against them and these labour and employment lawyers will help you to guide you on this process of legal proceedings. Here, a Consultancy Session can be booked with the Advocates and Legal Consultants.
The first and foremost thing you should do is to file a wage claim on them through your labour and employment lawyer under the labour Act of your government. Then the government is bound to investigate everything and will notify your employer as well. Your employer will be bound to make a claim or disagree with it with proper reason. Labour and Employment Advocate can only assist you over there but not participate in the Complain section where a complainant has to appear himself. It is quite an important thing to understand.
If your employer without any genuine reason refuses to pay your wage then you can Sue them by the law. You can file a lawsuit against them in small claims courts or can hire a lawyer if the wage amount is quite large and exceeds the limit set by the court. After winning the case your employer not only pays you your remaining wages but also the damages. On top of that, they might have to pay you more depending on the state where they are in.