UAE reveals employees with unused annual leaves will receive cash or carry days forwardUAE Ministry of Human Resource and Emiratisation outlines two cases in which this is possible.

The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has revealed that employees with unused annual leave can either carry forward the number of days or agree to receive a cash allowance.
In a Twitter post, MoHRE said that the Regulation of Labour Relations Law and its implementing regulations stipulated the procedure to be followed regarding unused annual leave in two cases: if the worker is still employed or if their service end.
MoHRE said that the worker may:

Carry forward unused annual leave or part of it upon agreement with the employer,
Or may agree with the company to receive a cash allowance,
If the worker’s service ends, they shall be paid a cash allowance for the balance of the legally due annual leaves.

UAE annual leaves in 2023
UAE workers will be able to take 58 days of holiday in 2023 by using just 24 of annual leave if they make the most of booking public holidays.

The UAE has announced prospective holiday dates for occasions such as Eid Al Fitr, Eid Al Adha, the Islamic New Year and National Day.

By booking annual leave strategically, it will be possible to have 58 days off and six full weeks off for just a few days of annual leave. 

Every UAE employee is entitled to at least two days of paid leave for each month working in the country. That’s 24 days of paid annual leave.

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