A person who works for a company in exchange for a wage or salary is an employee. Employment is governed by specific laws and regulations in the UAE, GCC, and KSA. These laws and regulations include minimum wage requirements, working hours, and employment contracts. Employers are obligated to adhere to all applicable labor laws and regulations and to provide their employees with a safe and healthy work environment.
In addition, it is the responsibility of employers in the UAE, GCC, and KSA to provide a variety of benefits and protections to their employees, such as health insurance, sick leave, and end-of-service benefits. In addition, employers must establish clear policies and procedures for addressing any issues that may arise in the workplace and ensure that their employees are treated fairly and without discrimination or harassment.
From an HR perspective, effective employee management is essential to any organization's success. HR experts are answerable for selecting and recruiting new workers, onboarding, and preparing them, dealing with their exhibition, and guaranteeing their continuous turn of events and development inside the association. Organizations can improve employee morale and productivity, attract, and retain top talent, and drive long-term business success with efficient HR practices.