Hi everybody, Kindly let me know if there is a possibility of annual leave air ticket encashment procedure under UAE labor law. do let me know at hradmin@risingstar.ae Regards, Yogita
16th May 2012 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Hi, annual leave air ticket is related to the company policy and it is not covered under UAE labor law.
22nd August 2012 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Nasser is correct. It is not covered under UAE Labour law. However if it is specified in the individual labour contract, then the case will be different. i.e. company has to abide by. Regards Majeed
5th September 2012 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Yes Right , Ticket encashment is based on company policy , meanwhile most of the company pay u cash along with your leave salary , few company dont
10th September 2012 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
As per UAE law Annual Air ticket is not mandatory.
The air ticket policy is very flexible in nature and totaly depends on HR policy of the company.
It is generally a non cash benefit; and it should not be encashed.
Annual airticket is attached with annual leave; and the person has to take leave; but only in case of business reason one can be stopped from taking leave; and in such cases the ticket encashment policy should apply.
The company can be flexible and formulate the policy for encahsment it can be in the following way-
-Reimbursement basis( on actual cost of ticket by producing original bills); this need to be checked with the provision made for the ticket and should not exceed the accounting provision.
-Monthly value of ticket to be attached with the salary pay out
-Yearly lumpsum payout.
15th September 2012 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
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