sanseli07 Started The Discussion:
Hi,
I'm confused about a Limited & Unlimited contract. Could anyone define that for me..
Could you also tell me what is the notice period for both these.
I keep listening to various sides but am not sure which is the rite one.
5th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Limited Contract
It will be for a specified period say 3 years
You should complete the entire contractual period then only you will be entitled for the gratuity.
In case you have to resign you should pay one and a half months salary to the employer or the remaining periods salary which ever is less
Unlimited Contract
This is for an unlimited period and you can resign by giving one month's notice .
And the gratuity will be based as follows
more than 1 year but less than 3 years 7 days basic salary as gratuity
more than 3 year but less than 5 years 14 days basic salary as gratuity
completed 5 years then 21 days basic salary
more than 6 years then first 5 years 21 days basic salary and the sixth year onwards 30 days basic salary as gratuity.
5th June 2008 From Australia, Adelaide
Hi lizancy,
I have 2 years Exp as HR generalist.
Would be helpful if u can clarify the following:
Can i work in UAE(Dubai) if i go there in dependent Visa?
Will there be any difference in the compensation if,working in Dependent visa or self visa?..
Also kindly let me know if a couple can survive in 7000AED if the accomodation is provided by the company
Regards
Chand

17th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi lizancy,
In limited contract you have mentioned "It will be for a specified period say 3 years
You should complete the entire contractual period then only you will be entitled for the gratuity.
In case you have to resign you should pay one and a half months salary to the employer or the remaining periods salary which ever is less"
My question is after paying one and half months salary to the employer or remaining periods of salary whether it is sure that I can get NOC from my employer.
17th June 2008 From India
Dear All
Whether you pay the specified money to be relieved early in a limited contract it still depends on your management to approve to give you NOC (it solely depends on the management decision you cannot force them to give NOC)
The other thing is gratuity is applicable to all the employees whether you are under company's sponsorship or Father's or Husband sponsorship still if you are working for them then you are certainly entitled for gratuity.
TC
Liz
17th June 2008 From Australia, Adelaide
Dear All,
A doc has been attached which will give you an understanding of Limited & Unlimited Contract.This is an updated page from the UAE LAbor Law.
Hope this would be of some help to you.
Best Regards
Vilna
18th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Limited & Unlimited Employment Contract.pdf (531.1 KB, 3412 views)
Dear Vilna Can you please send any links to the updated UAE Labour Laws as well as the Articles with regards to the Visa and Immigration laws Thanking you in anticipation Liz
18th June 2008 From Australia, Adelaide
Dear Liz, This is the usual extract of Law that I refer to..... Any chanes to the same can be reffered online . Regards Vilna
18th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Attached Files
File Type: pdf TAMIMI LAbor LAw.pdf (415.6 KB, 1088 views)
Employees under Limited Contracts are eligible for Gratuity only on completion of 5 years of Services
Employees under Unlimited Contracts are eligible for Gratuity on Completion of 1 year of service if the Employee resigns of his own and if he is terminated pro rata for the fraction of the year
9th July 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Vilna, The PDF File on limited and unlimited employment contract could not be opened as it shows error. Can you pls repost the said file.
6th October 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

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