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WATCH: Firefighters rescue child from claw machine

Firefighters rushed to a mall to rescue a child trapped inside a claw machine. The child climbed the claw machine, but he ended up being trapped inside. His mother called the emergency services when she learned that her son was trapped. Rescuers, who immediately...

Dubai airports issue holiday travel advisory

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Dreams lead man to win lottery jackpot

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Workers who quit without notice will be deprived of benefits

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Aug. 18, 19 | 12:06 pm

Workers quitting their job without a prior notice will be deprived of all their financial benefits and could end up paying a month wage to their employers.

A well-known Dubai lawyer said the law governing job contracts between expatriate workers and their employers stipulates a one month notice unless the two sides agree on a specific period, as per a report from Emarat Al Youm.

Rashid Al-Kaitoub was reacting to queries on whether workers can resign or stop work without giving a notice to their employers.

He said workers doing so will not be entitled to any benefits in accordance with the labour law in the UAE. Legal procedures resulting from such an offence include:

– Workers will not be entitled for any holiday cash benefits.
– Workers will not be entitled for end-of-service benefits.
– Workers will not be entitled for air tickets to their home countries.

Employers are entitled for a one-month wage to be paid by the worker.

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WATCH: Firefighters rescue child from claw machine

WATCH: Firefighters rescue child from claw machine

Firefighters rushed to a mall to rescue a child trapped inside a claw machine. The child climbed the claw machine, but he ended up being trapped inside. His mother called the emergency services when she learned that her son was trapped. Rescuers, who immediately...

Dubai airports issue holiday travel advisory

Dubai airports issue holiday travel advisory

Dubai Airports has advised customers to arrive early at the airport to beat the holiday traffic and ensure a smooth start of their journey. Dubai International (DXB) is expecting an influx of over a million travellers between Thursday and Sunday during the holiday...

Dreams lead man to win lottery jackpot

Dreams lead man to win lottery jackpot

A man claimed that his dreams led him to a scratch-off lottery that gave him a 500,000 dollar (Dh1.8M) jackpot. Jesse Fravala, 23, told lottery officials that he had dreams of winning the lottery so he decided to purchase five scratch-off tickets from Wazz’s Party...

18-year-old teenager with autism proven guilty of attempted murder

18-year-old teenager with autism proven guilty of attempted murder

Jonty Bravery, 18, was proven guilty of attempted murder for throwing off a boy from a ten-story viewing platform of Tate Modern in London last August. According to BBC News last Friday, December 6, Bravery, who was suffering from autism, told the police he attacked...

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