42 reports of firms breaking midday work ban in 2019

Fines of up to $13,621 per worker can be levied against companies found in violation of the ban.

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Assistant undersecretary for inspection affairs at the ministry, Maher Al Owaid, said that Mohre had approved five of the 42 reported violations.
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Assistant undersecretary for inspection affairs at the ministry, Maher Al Owaid, said that Mohre had approved five of the 42 reported violations.

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A total of 42 midday work ban violations were reported to the UAE’s Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratisation (Mohre) this year.

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Restrictions on working hours are observed between 15 June and 15 September each year to prevent labourers working in scorching conditions.

In extreme cases, fines of up to $13,621 per worker can be levied against companies found to be in violation of the ban.

Assistant undersecretary for inspection affairs at the ministry, Maher Al Owaid, said that Mohre had approved five of the 42 reported violations.

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