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:( Hi if any one who have the nowladge of Leave calculation Metiod (As Per UAE Labour Law) Suppose a employee sign the Labour contract for 36 month and he wish to take the leave three time or entitle 3 month leave salary.so he will be work 33 month and 3 month leave and first leave calculation jan,08 to Dec,08 (jan,09 to 31st Jan ,09 Vacation) then joing 1 Feb,09 and plan next vacation 1st jan,2010 to 31st jan,2010 vacation) so we calculate his next leave jan,09 to Dec,09 means last holidays period included in next leave calculation period or not.

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JPT -  Member Since: Aug 2009
Hi, it vary from state to state / kingdom to kingdom / province to province in UAE.....may be Dxb is different when compared to Abu Dhabi ...hihihi, so please go by your company's rule..you cannot create a new one! Cheers!

mohdamir100 -  Member Since: Oct 2009
Hi JPT i did not create rule my self this is my question if you don’t have ans then don’t jump again in this matter. Thanks.

sreekumar.j -  Member Since: Jun 2007
Hi,

According to law, A worker shall, for each year of service, be entitled to an annual leave of not less than: (a)Two days a month, where the worker’s period of service is more than six months but less than one year. (b)30 days a year, where the worker’s period of service is more than one year.

The employer may fix the date of commencement of annual leave and, if necessary, divide such leave into not more than two periods.

I think to administer leave granting and utilization without affecting the work, you may need to define 'leave and vacation (passage) policy' by considering all legalities mentioned in UAE Labour Law. Kindly check Articles 74 to Article 90 of UAE Labour Law.

Also I would recommend software to simplify leave administration. If interested, you may try Folklore HR Suite ( Middle East Version)

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:( Hi if any one who have the nowladge of Leave calculation Metiod (As Per UAE Labour Law) Suppose a employee sign the Labour contract for 36 month and he wish to take the leave three time or entitle 3 month leave salary.so he will be work 33 month and 3 month leave and first leave calculation jan,08 to Dec,08 (jan,09 to 31st Jan ,09 Vacation) then joing 1 Feb,09 and plan next vacation 1st jan,2010 to 31st jan,2010 vacation) so we calculate his next leave jan,09 to Dec,09 means last holidays period included in next leave calculation period or not.

reply me back or e.mail me on

sreekumar.j -  Member Since: Jun 2007
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