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FAQ

No, having an employee handbook is not a legal requirement in the United Arab Emirates. You do however need to produce a principal statement of the main conditions of employment (Contract of Employment) for each employee on or before the day they start working for you. This is legally binding.

The contract of employment is legally binding and so any element of that which is expanded upon in the handbook is likely to be deemed part of the contract (and so legally binding) for example: calculation of remuneration, annual leave entitlement etc. Therefore, these should not be changed without appropriate consultation with the staff concerned. For those elements not in the employment contract then you can specify whether these are contractual or not in the handbook. It is usually beneficial to make such things non-contractual so they can be changed if necessary, without getting the consent of the workforce. You can build in a "flexibility clause" to the handbook which gives you the right to amend the handbook from time to time when necessary (e.g., when employment law changes).