Company Fined AED 395,000 for Delay in Worker Salaries

A company was fined an amount AED 395,000 plus court fees for the delay in paying wages of its workers.

According to a report from Emarat Al Youm, the Court of Cassation in Abu Dhabi rejected an appeal which was filed by a company for allegedly refraining from paying salaries of its employees.

Also Read: Businessman Fined AED 1.12 Million after workers complaint of Unpaid Salaries

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According to a report from Emarat Al Youm, the Court of Cassation in Abu Dhabi rejected an appeal which was filed by a company for allegedly refraining from paying salaries of its employees.

Initially, the company told the court that it did not deliberately delay the salaries but the court of first instance found it guilty. The company was fined AED 90,000 plus court fees but they requested for an appeal to the sentence.

The court of appeals increased the fine to AED 395,000 plus court fees.

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