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        The Employment Law Podcast

        Listen to our ten part podcast series on the new DIFC Employment Law below.

        As part of our 'Out with the old… in the with new' campaign, in our first Employment Law podcast Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri discuss the enactment of the new DIFC Employment Law and the 90 days implementation period.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Our second Employment Law podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Sally Mutoko, discusses the addition of paternity leave as part of the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        In our third podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about the changes to the provisions concerning misrepresentation under the new DIFC Employment law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Welcome to our fourth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, where we talk about the changes to the provision concerning discrimination under the new DIFC Employment law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Our fifth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Omar Sharief, talks about the new requirement imposed on to employers to provide employees with a written statement of the reasons for their termination under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        In our sixth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about the changes to the provisions concerning special leave under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        In our seventh podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about the newly enacted obligations regarding the cancellation of residency visas under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        In our eighth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Omar Sharief, we talk about the provisions concerning working hours during the holy month of Ramadan under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Episode nine, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about employers obligations to provide employees with a written contract under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Our tenth and final podcast in this series, hosted by Sally Mutoko and Omar Sharief, discusses the provisions surrounding termination for cause under the new DIFC Employment Law.

        To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here >

        Shiraz Sethi

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

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