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Coronavirus relief: 733 Abu Dhabi workers to get unpaid wages at their doorstep, thanks to new court service

Ashwani Kumar /Abu Dhabi
ashwani@khaleejtimes.com Filed on June 6, 2020 | Last updated on June 7, 2020 at 06.16 am
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As part of Covid precautionary measures, they no longer have to visit courts to claim their salaries.

Hundreds of workers who filed complaints about unpaid wages will be getting their pay right at their accommodations, the labour court in Abu Dhabi said on Saturday. As part of Covid precautionary measures, they no longer have to visit courts to claim their salaries.

Officials of the Abu Dhabi Labour Court said the new delivery service would benefit 733 workers who do not have bank accounts, ensuring that they would receive their financial dues in accordance with the judicial rulings issued to them.The workers' unpaid wages are delivered through Aramex services.

The labour court said this mechanism is part of the integrated system to facilitate judicial processes and complete all related transactions remotely - starting from the case registration, case consideration, to the issuance of judgments, and enforcement stage.

Officials also explained that the procedures of litigation in the labour court, particularly in the labour enforcement section, ensured the prompt execution of the judicial rulings issued to the workers.

ashwani@khaleejtimes.com

 

Ashwani Kumar


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