More Than AED42 Million Unpaid Salaries Were Collected By Abu Dhabi Labour Court

Mayar Ibrahim

The Abu Dhabi Labour Court successfully collected the unpaid salaries of 5,832 workers in less than 2 months.

On August 31, officials reported the successful collection of AED42,767,967 in unpaid salaries

The course successfully secured the unpaid dues of 5,832 workers. The workers engaged in a dispute collectively for a total amount of AED42,767,967. Additionally, the court collected their dues in record time which happened in less than two months.

The Abu Dhabi Labour Court took prompt legal measures to register, consider and deliver the claims with their decision

Officials completed the process and settlement by mail. As they handed over the dues to the workers in their respective places of residence.

H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Presidential Court and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Judicial Department implemented directives to settle the case speedily. Plus, these directives sped up the facilitation of the payment due to the workers. Sheikh Mansour insisted on the speedy resolution of cases. As well as, shortening the litigation period while ensuring the accuracy of judgements.

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