An employee's salary is their payment for their work. The employment contract determines salaries, which are typically paid monthly. Salaries are frequently negotiated between employers and employees in the United Arab Emirates, where there is no minimum wage. The UAE, on the other hand, has established a Wage Protection System (WPS) to guarantee that workers are paid in full and on time. The WPS expects bosses to enrol their employees’ pay rates with the Service of HR and Emiratisation (MOHRE) and to pay compensations through supported channels like banks. The monthly minimum wage in Saudi Arabia is SAR 4,000. The monthly minimum wage in Kuwait is KWD 60.