Abu Dhabi Labour Court hands over 26,800 workers' dues worth Dh170m
The move was in line with the distance work and business continuity plan and as part of the precautionary measures to maintain public health and safety.
Financial dues worth Dh170 million were handed out by the Abu Dhabi Labour Court to 26,800 workers at their accommodation. The move was in line with the distance work and business continuity plan and as part of the precautionary measures to maintain public health and safety.
Workers who do not have bank accounts are ensured their financial dues in accordance with the judicial rulings issued to them with the new mechanism. They do not have to approach the court's headquarters, as it is delivered through Emirates Post.
"The adoption of this mechanism comes in line with the integrated system to accomplish various judicial processes and complete all related transactions remotely, starting from the case registration, case consideration, the issuance of judgments, and enforcement stage and the fulfilment of the rights of their owners in record time," said the Abu Dhabi Labour Court.
The court also explained that the procedures of litigation, particularly in the labour enforcement section, ensured the prompt execution of the judicial rulings issued to the workers, as the chief executive takes all the measures to fulfil the worker's right directly and without the need for the worker's presence, according to the case registration documents.
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