The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has a well-established vacation and annual leave policy for workers in the country. Employees are entitled to 30 days of paid annual leave and public holidays. There is also a provision for sick leave and maternity/paternity leave.
Over the past 16 years, the Ethiopian labor law has stayed pretty much the same. A few years ago, the government approved some changes to the law to accommodate changes in labor markets, employer-employee relationships, and investments in Ethiopia. Here are some of the changes that were made to the Labor Law in Ethiopia:
Working in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) means following strict labor laws. UAE’s labor laws have recently expanded on working hours, annual leave policies, and other important work-related components. The law also states requirements and rules about maternity leave, sick leave, termination of employment, and safety standards that need to be followed in the workplace. […]