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Collective Labour Disputes

Collective Labour Disputes

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Council of Ministers and Ministerial Resolutionson Collective Labour Disputes
Council of Ministers DecisionsCouncil of Ministers Order No. (11) year 1982Ministers DecisionsMinisterial resolution No. (307) for the year 2003
 
Council of Ministers Order No. (11) year 1982
In the affair of organizing prosecution and other rules necessary tothe good proceeding of work before conciliation Boards and theSupreme Arbitration Board to determine group labour disputes
Council of Ministers:
After taking cognizance of the provisional constitution,the Federal law No. (1) of the year 1972 about the affair of ministries jurisdictions, ministers powers and the laws amending them,and the Federal law No. (8) of the year 1980 in the affair of organizinglabour relations,and pursuant to the offer of Minister of labour and Social Affairs andinspection of opinion of Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs andEndowments,
The First TopicIn Conciliation BoardsArticle (1)
Organizing the articles mentioned in this topic the rules, andproceedings applied before each conciliation Board which is referredto in this topic by the Board,
Article (2)
The location of the Board meeting is the labour office located in thelocation of the two dispute parties; so if the Board chairman is thedirector of labour relations directorate, the Board meeting locationshall be in the Ministry location in Abu Dhabi or Dubai depending onconditions, and Board meeting shall not be true without theattendance of all members as well as the chairman.
Article (3)
The Board shall ask the opinion of whomever profecients andemployers it decides during dispute inspection,
Article (4)
 
The Board chairman shall decide a session to inspect the disputeprovided that the session appointment doesn’t exceed in maximumthe Fourth day after the date arriving the labour departmentinterested in referring the dispute to the Board, and two disputeparties shall be notified at least three days before the decidedsession appointment,
Article (5)
The Board shall issue its order in the dispute during two weeks fromthe date of referring the dispute to it,and the Board orders shall be issued by considering the majority ofopinions of the members and the Board order shall be binding forboth the parties if they approve in writing accepting its order, and inthis case a register shall be written including the issues agreed on, itshall be mentioned in it the period of the agreement effectiveness atleast for two years, the register shall be in four copies signed by theBoard chairman and the dispute parties and the applying registerform shall be written in the register by a command from judge of theinterested court located in the circle of the conciliation Board thatdetermines the dispute,The Board’s secretariat general shall deliver a copy of the register toeach party of the dispute parties after writing the applying form in it,and the third copy shall be kept with the Board, and the fourth copyshall be sent to labour department to keep it in a special record, andall interested parties shall have the right to request a copy or atranscript of the mentioned register in accordance with the conditionsdecided by the labour department
Article (6)
If any of the two dispute parties doesn’t approve the Board order, itshall have the right to appeal against the decision in front of thesupreme arbitration Board during thirty days from the date of thedecision issue; otherwise, the decision shall be final and obligatoryand the party whom the decision was issued for his benefit shall havethe right to ask the Board to write a register of that and the followingproceedings shall be similar to rules of the previous article,
Article (7)
The Board in all circumstances whether it issued its decision partiallyor completely or if the decision was delayed more than the perioddecided in the first paragraph of the fifth article shall present a report

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