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Immigration & Labour Law in Qatar
Helping you understand and apply the immigration and labour law in your organisation with confidence
9 October 2017
Venue TBC, Doha, Qatar
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Overview

Current Trends In Labour And Employment Law In Qatar has been developed for all those working within the Qatar industry sectors who want a recap of the Qatar labour laws; or want to gain a better understanding of Qatar labour laws and current practices; and for anyone who is new to the region or to an HR role. It has been designed for those who want an update on the regulatory trends and an insight of how to address issues that often arise in the employment context, in  the new economic landscape in Qatar.

Content
  • Employee Benefits
  • Issues For Companies
  • Employer Civil And Criminal Liability For Employees
  • Resignation By Employee
  • Termination
  • Protecting The Company
  • Employment Disputes
Who Should Attend

This course will be highly beneficial for those who have had minimal formal training in labour law and wish to consolidate their experience in the region, as well as professionals who have recently transferred to this region, including:

  • Administrative Managers
  • HR/Recruitment Managers
  • Training/Talent Managers
  • Immigration/Benefits Managers
  • Company Secretaries
  • Paralegals/Legal Executives
  • Lawyers (In-house and Private Practice)
Benefits Of Attending
  • Understand the significance of local and international labour contracts
  • Identify the implications of terminating an employee and knowing which employee entitlements are discretionary for employers
  • Calculate end of services gratuities
  • Gain an understanding of the statutory and regulatory provisions relating to immigration and sponsorship
  • Learn to address the most common labour issues
Course Director

    Emma Higam
    Senior Associate, Commercial & Insurance
    Clyde & Co LLP

    Emma Higam is a corporate and commercial lawyer with over ten years experience. Having been based in Qatar for the last eight years, Emma incorporates her extensive knowledge of the local law when advising both local and international clients. Emma advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters, including local establishment by way of joint venture, banking and finance, providing regulatory advice in relation to the establishment of businesses in the Qatar Financial Centre, advising on IPOs, pre IPO funding, corporate restructuring, employment and immigration matters.

    While working in Qatar, Emma spent six months on secondment to Qatar Telecom (Qtel) QSC, assisting in the start up of a Gulf Corporate Council Telecommunications Company.

    Emma joined Clyde & Co in October 2007, having previously worked for another international law firm for six years, both in London and Qatar. Prior to that Emma worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers for eight years in both audit and corporate recovery.


    Yasser Shabbir
    Associate – Employment

    Yasser is an employment specialist working within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Corporate Employment team in Doha.

    Yasser joined Clyde and Co in February 2015, having previously worked for over three years for a large national law firm in Manchester where he advised both public and private sector clients on all aspects of employment law both contentious and non-contentious.



Venue and Accommodation

    Doha, Qatar

    Doha, Qatar

    Doha is located half way down the east coast of Qatar and is a burgeoning modern city, especially around the smart Doha Corniche area.

    Doha has a population in excess of 600,000 if one includes Al Rayaan on its western edge. This is around three quarters of Qatar's total population, so the Doha conurbation totally dominates Qatar economically.

    When it comes to quality shopping, Doha is really well served. From the largest, modern shopping complexes and malls to the tiny shops of the traditional souqs, or Arab markets, eager shoppers will find everything they need and more.

    Facilities like the City Centre Doha,the largest shopping complex in the Middle East, offer world-famous brands alongside many exciting facilities for families.


Course Fees
Date Course Fee Before
4 September 2017
Final Fee
9 October 2017
(BC6831)
US$ 1,095 US$ 1,595
Course fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

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Book and pay full fee for two colleagues and the third attends for FREE

  • Not applicable in conjunction with corporate discounts
  • Payment to be settled before start of the course to avail the offer
  • This offer is not applicable on Early Bird Prices

For more information, email Andy Watts on a.watts@informa.com

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