DIFC Hosts Session to Discuss the Enhancements and Implications of the Newly Enacted Employment LawPress Release 27 Jun 2019 09:54 am
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – 27 June 2019: Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the leading international financial hub in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region, hosted a session today to discuss the enhancements and implications of the newly enacted DIFC employment law.
Taking place in the DIFC Conference Centre, the session with Jacques Visser, Chief Legal Officer, DIFC Authority; Gordon Barr, Partner, Head of Employment & Incentives, Al Tamimi & Company; Rebecca Ford, Partner, Clyde & Co, and Ben Brown, Legal Director, Clyde & Co, highlighted some key areas outlined in the new law, along with its features and benefits.
Jacques Visser, Chief Legal Officer, DIFC Authority, said: “These enhancements are integral to creating an attractive environment for both employers and the 24,000+ workforce based in the DIFC. We have been delighted with the response from our DIFC community and aim to ensure the quality of our offering for them as they remain our primary focus.”