Emiratisation: How to comply with the new regulation?

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In the past years we have seen the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation develop policy measures about emiratisation.


UAE’s Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) announced its aim of increasing the rate of Emirati employees by 2 percent in the private sector companies with more than 50 employees, is conditional to employing them in skilled jobs, this year.

UAE companies had to achieve the country’s Emiratisation target before January 1, 2023. These quotas will be increasing year or year until 2026.

During this webinar, speakers will describe the legal requirements and share their own experience.


-Ahmed Al Janahi (MOHRE): “UAE regulations for Emiratization in the Private Sector”

-Sara Khoja (Clyde & Co) “The legal requirements and the consequences of not meeting them”

-Cross-Interview “ Emiratisation implementation, challenges and advices”

  • Nadia Alshamsi, GCC Nationalisation Manager at Clyde & Co
  • Marie-Laure Tassin, HR Director at Veolia Near & Middle East



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