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Dear All,

I like to knw according to labnour law of UAE, if an employee wants to resign from the company in his probation period , is there any ban will b eon the employee.. i like to know more about limited and unlimited contracts, I was working for a semi govt company now i have joined a new company ,after joining the new company i dont find that the company is the suitalble one for me, due to the management, so i want to know in case if i resign within my probation period any ban will be applicable for me... bcz whn i go thru the labour law its given we can resign from the company but will there be ban for me..I like to know more on this .Kindly help me

i have joined the new company for the designation where the HR Manager is not supoportive to help me out in clarifying my doubts , so iam confuse wether to continue or not.. i have a 3 yr contract with the employer and if i resign in between 3 yrs 45 days salary should be given to the employer and there will be a ban of 6 months

Recently i heard there is no BAN for Master Degree holders... what ever the Master Degree they will not get a 6 month BAN

Help me to clarify this doubt...

Kindly send a Email on this

Thanks and Regards

Joe




 
 
 
 





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