Group Recruitments


If you are planning to recruit Nepalese nationals in groups, please be advised to go through the following list of requirements in order to prepare your documents. It is strongly recommended to put these documents in the order given so as to expedite the process:

  1. An Application Form
  2. Duly Attested Standard Demand Letter  (Original and a photocopy)-(with full information on number and gender of workers, basic salary, working hours and days, food, accommodation, transportation, medical insurance, workmen’s compensation insurance (compensation for injury and death), joining and return ticket, cost of visa and other benefits)
  3. Standard Employment Contracts for each category based on Job Position and Basic Salary (Original and a photocopy)-between the employer in the UAE and Nepalese worker(s) –2 copies for each job type, category or position. However, companies can prepare only one Sample Employment Contract for several job type, category or position if all categories of workers get the equal salary and other benefits. In such a case, companies may indicate more than one job title in one Sample Employment Contract (for example Waiter/Bartender/ Cook/Commis, etc.)
    Sample employment Contract must contains basic salary and information about other benefits such as food, accommodation, medical insurance, workmen’s compensation insurance, working days and hours, transportation, two way air ticket, visa cost, cost of medical test and Emirates ID, etc.
  4. Power of Attorney (Original and a photocopy)-(authorizing a Nepalese Manpower Agency to recruit and supply workers by the company based in the United Arab Emirates. The Power of Attorney must have license numbers of both the Nepalese and UAE companies)
  5. Two Party Agreement (Original and a photocopy)-(agreement between Nepalese Manpower Agency and Company or Agency in the UAE)
  6. Guarantee Paper (Original and a photocopy)-(an undertaking conforming that the worker(s)will not be asked to work in the company other than the specified one and will not be sent out of the UAE if the company is multinational and also the assurances of safety and security of female workers.
  7. Valid ID of the Sponsor/Owner and the Submittant (Copy)
  8. Valid Trade/Commercial License of the Company and the Nepali Manpower Agency (Copy)
  9. Authentic Quota Paper from the concerned authority
  10. Authorized Person (Owner/HR Manager/PRO) of the company to submit and collect the documents.
  11. Salary Sheet of the last 3 months of all Nepali Workers being employed in the Company.
  12. Name List with emirates ID and contact numbers of all Nepali Workers being employed in the company (Soft Copy)

Please follow the same link to download sample copies of Demand Letter, Power of Attorney, Two-Party-Aggrement, Gurantee Letter and Employment Contract right hand side of the this page.

Minimum Basic Salary

Please note that the Government of Nepal has fixed the minimum basic salary and allowance for food and accommodation for various job categories as mentioned below:

Job Category

Basic Salary

Food

Accommodation

Abu Dhabi

Al Ain and Other Emirates

Unskilled 800.00

300.00

500.00

400.00

Semi Skilled 1,000.00

300.00

500.00

400.00

Skilled 1,200.00

300.00

500.00

400.00

Highly Skilled 5,000.00

500.00

As agreed

As agreed

Drivers

The minimum salary for light vehicle driver and heavy vehicle drivers have been set at Dh. 1,500.00 and Dh. 2,200.00 respectively in addition to food and accommodation.

The above salary and allowances are in addition to the allowance for transportation and other benefits as per the UAE Labour Law. Employers are required to provide food and accommodation or pay the minimum amount as stated above.

However, if the minimum basic salary includes the allowance for food or accommodation or both the employers are not obliged to pay additional allowance for these entitlements.


Notes
  • Please note that theDemand Letter, Power of Attorney and a Two-Party Agreement need to be attested by the respective Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The UAE Government entities are exempt from the requirement of Chamber attestation. Companies that are operating under Free Zone need to get those documents attested either by the Chamber concerned or by designated Free Zone Authority.
  • Company and Accommodation Visit can be done before verification of the Demand.
  • Upon completion of the above requirements, depending on the number of workers demanded, Nepal Embassy in Abu Dhabi has fixed following fees for the attestation of a set of demand, effective from 17 July 2018 :
    S.N. Number of Workers

     

    Attestation Fees

    (in AED)

    For one set of Demand
    1. 1-25 920
    2. 26-100 1100
    3. Above 100 1280
    4. For Correction of the Documents Related with Demand 370 per document
  • Security Guards should be recruited as per Article 34 of the “Directive to all Security Companies in the UAE to implement Ministerial Decision No. 557 of 2008 for the Executive Order of the Federal Law Number 37 of 2006” issued by the Government of the UAE.
  • The Embassy is open from 09:30 a. m. to 01:30 p. m. for the submission and from 02:30 to 04:00 p. m. to collect the documents.