The New UAE Labour Law
The Gateley employment team in association with Global Payroll Association are delighted to host a UAE Labour Law training session on November 10, 2022.
The session will look back on how the UAE Labour Law and the payroll practices have historically evolved. The session will highlight the new amendments of the Labour Law that have had a big impact on businesses, primarily focusing on articles influencing payroll such as types of contract, flexible work models, non-compete clause, probation regulations, leave entitlement and end-of-service gratuity.
Our employment expert will also be discussing the new Emiratization regulations and the DIFC Employee Workplace Savings Scheme.
Meet the presenters
Thenji Moyo, Legal Director and Head of Employment Employment Law
Thenji Moyo is an award-winning lawyer that heads the Gateley UK LLP employment practice and is a qualified specialist Employment Legal Director advising on all UAE and DIFC employment law. Thenji is ranked in Chambers and Partners and a qualified specialist Employment Legal Director advising on all UAE and DIFC employment law.
Thenji has extensive experience working in employment law advising blue chip, multinational, regional, local and private clients from all industry sectors.
Thenji works closely with the employment local litigation counsel to file employment claims at the Dubai Courts via the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation and she is a legal practitioner registered with the DIFC Courts. Thenji works closely with the UAE free zones and currently volunteers with the DIFC and DMCC pro-bono clinic. Thenji is the appointed employee representative on the Supervisory Board for the newly established DIFC Employee Workplace Savings Scheme.
Thenji was awarded the Employment Lawyer of the Year at the first G.C.C. Lexis Nexis Women in Law Awards 2022 for her outstanding contributions to the legal industry. In 2021, she led the Gateley team in various gender equality initiatives and introduced an aggressive training campaign aimed at the promotion of equality within the workplace. The firm was awarded with the Equality Initiative of the Year at the Lexis Nexis Women in Law Awards and the Middle East Legal Awards 2022. Thenji is also a published author and an adjunct lecturer at Middlesex University (Dubai).