Hiring the right employees for your open positions can make or break your new Dubai location. Talented job candidates will grow your company around the globe and give you confidence in your day-to-day operations, but how can you source those individuals and follow Dubai’s employment compliance laws while running your company?
The answer is Globalization Partners. We have subsidiaries around the globe, including Dubai, that we use to help companies expand faster. We’ll recruit the perfect candidates for you and onboard them using our Dubai PEO. As a result, you can start working in as little as a day or two, and you won’t have to worry about compliance.
How to Hire Dubai Employees
The UAE includes seven Emirates, one of which is Dubai. Companies can take advantage of 45 free trade zones throughout the country, 30 of which are in Dubai. Every zone is managed by its own free zone authority, and employers have to follow the Dubai employment compliance laws for that zone.
Once you hire Dubai employees, you need to sponsor them under the correct visa in the UAE. Your company also needs the appropriate business license to obtain any visas. If you fail to get the right visa or business license, your employee will be asked to leave the country, and your company could face major fines or delays.
Dubai’s Employment Compliance Laws
Dubai employment compliance laws depend on where you are in the country. For example, the UAE Labor Law regulates all employment relationships on the mainland of the country. Employees in a free zone are regulated by employment laws adopted by the free zone authority. The two sets of labor laws aren’t always the same, so you need to make sure you’re following the rules and regulations for your respective location.
You must draft a written employment contract in both Arabic and English to apply for visa sponsorship. Every contract should include information on benefits, compensation, termination and entitlement terms. We also recommend putting all compensation and salary amounts in United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) instead of any other currency.
Positive Ways to Onboard Employees
Onboarding your Dubai employees will be left up to your company, and you can take some steps to make employees feel more comfortable. For instance, try reviewing the employment contract and any other documents during an employee’s first day or week. You should also take the time to introduce all new hires to people in the office and other new employees.
Benefits of Dubai Hiring Outsourcing
Choosing Dubai hiring outsourcing with Globalization Partners will help you cut down the time it takes to hire. Our team will either find the right employees for your company or onboard the candidates you choose. We’ll make sure your employees can be productive from day one, and we’ll guarantee a positive hiring experience. You’ll only need to worry about growing your company — we’ll take care of the rest.
Work With Our Team Today
Globalization Partners wants to see your company succeed in Dubai and beyond. Contact us today to learn more about Dubai hiring outsourcing.