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Dubai Holding unveils $272m Marasi Business Bay Marasi Business Bay, located along the Dubai Water Canal, is expected to cost in excess of $272m (AED1bn).

Dubai Holding unveils $272m Marasi Business Bay

Marasi Business Bay will feature a yacht club and RTA marina station, a park with amphitheatre, UAE's first-ever water homes, floating restaurants, retail outlets and a range of leisure and entertainment facilities


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UAE labour ministry and ILO unveil two-year plan

UAE labour ministry and ILO unveil two-year plan

Information systems, labour market statistics, labour inspection and OHSE policies, and labour dispute settlement mechanisms will be developed under the programme
 
UAE: Thomas & Adamson hires senior project manager

UAE: Thomas & Adamson hires senior project manager

Gareth Nixon has been hired as senior project manager at Thomas & Adamson’s Dubai office following the promotion of Zander Muego to the group board
 
UAE's 2016 midday break commencement date revealed

UAE's 2016 midday break commencement date revealed

Violators of the Midday Break Decree's stipulations could be downgraded, temporarily suspended, or fined up to $13,600, the country's labour authority confirmed
 
Labour rights training for 100,000 Dubai workers

Labour rights training for 100,000 Dubai workers

Workforce Training Institute has kicked off its labour-education campaign with 100,000 expats, and construction workers are reportedly scheduled for 2017 training sessions
 

 

DEWA to directly recruit Emiratis at Careers UAE

DEWA to directly recruit Emiratis at Careers UAE

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) will use Careers UAE 2016 to directly recruit Emiratis for engineering and technical positions
 
UAE to stamp out labour recruitment malpractices

UAE to stamp out labour recruitment malpractices

Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation said the recurrence of recruitment breaches committed in the past will be prevented through the UAE labour law
 
Delayed wages paid to 10,000 Saudi BinLadin staff

Delayed wages paid to 10,000 Saudi BinLadin staff

A spokesperson for the contracting firm said it has paid overdue salaries to 10,000 workers, but did not say whether it still owed money to any other employees
 
Labour official: 69,000 Saudi BinLadin staff fired

Labour official: 69,000 Saudi BinLadin staff fired

Local media reports say the contractor will pay 10,000 workers their delayed wages this month, according to an official from the Saudi labour ministry's Makkah branch
 
Revealed: UAE labour ministry's 2015 worker report

Revealed: UAE labour ministry's 2015 worker report

CWO provides a rundown of Workers Welfare Report 2015, the first annual study published by the UAE's Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation
 
Exclusive: Saudi Binladin speaks out on job cuts

Exclusive: Saudi Binladin speaks out on job cuts

A spokesperson from Binladin Holding Co has responded to CWO's queries about the job cuts recently made by Saudi Binladin Group
 
Five minutes with Daousser Chennoufi, Draw Link

Five minutes with Daousser Chennoufi, Draw Link

HSE and labour welfare are "really the responsibility of the contractor or sub-contractor", Draw Link Group's chairman and key architect tells CWO
 
Saudi Binladin workers torch buses after job cuts

Saudi Binladin workers torch buses after job cuts

Up to nine company buses were reportedly burnt by workers of the Saudi contractor, which is said to have slashed 50,000 jobs earlier this week
 
UAE: Clyde & Co announces three partner promotions

UAE: Clyde & Co announces three partner promotions

Law firm Clyde & Co has announced the promotion of a record 16 new partners across its international network, three of which will take place in the UAE
 
FIFA CSR chief rues slow response to Qatar abuse

FIFA CSR chief rues slow response to Qatar abuse

FIFA did not consider stadium construction "its responsibility" prior to 2015, the governing body's head of CSR said
 
Minimum labour wage proposed to lift Saudi Nitaqat

Minimum labour wage proposed to lift Saudi Nitaqat

The chairman of Saudi's Federation of Labour Committees said he foresees no obstacles to setting a minimum wage, which could deter employers seeking cheap labourers
 








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