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        Navigating the New DIFC Employment Law

        The New Dubai International Financial Centre ('DIFC') Employment Law has been enacted on May 30, 2019. Employers within the DIFC must ensure they are compliant with the new rules and regulations within 90 days following the enactment notice.

        Glass enclave reception area of a corporate building

        Date
        11 July 2019 08:30
        to
        11 July 2019 10:30

        Locations
        DWF London
        20 Fenchurch Street
        EC3M 3AG
        London

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        DWF will be hosting a breakfast briefing in our London office where Regional Managing Partner and Head of Employment for DWF (Middle East) LLP, Shiraz Sethi, who co-authored some of the key amendments to the law, will discuss the changes to the DIFC Employment Law and advise the potential steps that employers should take to avoid incurring penalties.

         

        Some of the key topics that will be discussed during the session are set out below:

         

        • Family/friendly benefits

        • Secondments

        • End of service gratuity

        • Discrimination

        • Leave

        8.30am - Registration and Refreshments

        9am - 10am - Topic Presentation delivered by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri

        10am - Q&A

        10.30am - Close and Networking

         

        For any queries, please contact Nida Piracha

        Meet the speakers

        Shiraz Sethi

        • Regional Manager Partner (DWF Middle East) // Co-Head of Employment

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