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UAE Announces Major Punishments For Fake Emiratisation



UAE Announces Major Punishments For Fake Emiratisation

The Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratisation of the UAE has announced that the ministry will be taking major actions towards false Emiratization.

The authority declared that they have detected about 380 fake cases of Emiratization so far. They said that the inspecting teams of the Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratization are monitoring the suspected cases actively. 

MoHRE has also stated the three actions that will be taken toward fake Emiratization

The Ministry announced that if cases of false Emiratization are confirmed they will be taking three main punishments. The actions include lowering the grade of the company to category 3; those who get involved in such fake Emiratization cases will lose their Nafis benefits and if they are found to violate the Emiratization rules such companies will be referred to the Attorney General for taking necessary actions. 

MoHRE has also stated the three actions that will be taken toward fake Emiratization

The news regarding the detection of fake cases was announced through a Twitter post shared by the account of the Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratization. It also detailed how the ministry is going to deal with such cases. 

Earlier another Twitter post of the Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratization, revealed the changes that happened during the year 2023 when compared to 2022. It stated that compared to 2022, the first quarter of 2023 has shown excellent results in Emiratization, with an increase in the number of Emiratis working in the private sector. The value has leaped more than 11 percent in the year 2023.  

Apart from this, the business services in the UAE have seen a 10 percent increase in the hiring of Emiratis to the private sector. Those in the construction services have witnessed a 14 percent growth and the commerce and repair services have showcased a growth of 13 percent. This was supplemented by additional growth in the financial brokerage and manufacturing industries by 4 percent and 10 percent respectively. 

The Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratization recommended about 20 firms to public prosecutors in January 2023, for violating the policies of Emiratization. The owner and manager of a private company have been sentenced to prison by the Public Prosecution for deceiving 296 Emiratis. The accused stole money from the trainee Emiratis as part of the Nafis scheme. 

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UAE offers a comprehensive legal framework to stop practices that will prevent the nation from accomplishing its Emiratization policies and goals. It has decided to impose an administrative fine of an amount between Dh 20,000 and Dh 100,000 for every fake Emirati employee hired to receive Nafis benefits.   

The Ministry of the UAE has taken a resolution to cease all the financial provisions and other benefits provided under the Nafis scheme if found to violate the policies of the Ministry. Moreover, the amount that has been disbursed to the company will be recovered.  

The Nafis program is an initiative launched by the UAE on 13th September 2021, as part of the nation’s ‘Projects of the 50’. It was introduced with the aim of providing support to Emirati nationals in pursuing their professional career in the private sector. 

It provides support to the Emiratis by helping them to secure skilled jobs in the private sector. Companies in the private sector can register on the Nafis platform by creating an account. They can post training opportunities and job openings for those Emiratis seeking a job.  

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