Job-seekers using fake certificates to be imposed with life-ban by UAE
In order to regulate order and organization, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) took the decision on Wednesday to put a life ban on those, who are found with fake certificates in order to get jobs and for those, who are already in jobs with fake certificates, service contracts would be terminated.
Tarek Nassar, legal advisor to the labor ministry, reported, “The Company can also file for compensation against an employee indulging in the malpractice and thus causing damage to the firm.”
This move have been given way since an alarming number of 68 UAE nationals were brought forward by an international university, who had all used fake certificates to get jobs.
Under the UAE, a person found guilty for using fake documents have to pay a fine of up to 20,000 dirhams ($2500) and prison term up to three years.
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