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The First Workers Incentives & End of Services Benefits conference heads to Dubai

As the UAE continues to set standards against the highest global benchmarks in every field, it should be no surprise that the trend is continuing into employee wellness generally and the end of service benefits scene specifically. That trend continues into the countdown to the first edition of the Workers Incentives & End of Service Benefits Conference under the patronage of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources and organized by Mondial (Dubai) LLC, a leading financial advisory firm in the UAE, on February 26th at Intercontinental Festival City, Dubai.

At the global, supranational, level the likes the United Nations and World Bank have been clear in their objectives to reduce global poverty. Under this banner, the role of Severance Pay Schemes (or End of Service Benefits Schemes as they are called in the UAE) are a critical backbone to retirement planning generally. A recent Quilters Report suggests that in the UAE 6 out of 10 employees are reliant on their EOSB gratuity to fund retirement.

The first of its kind event in the UAE will involve a gathering for experts, & EOSB veterans from international and local organizations presenting to an audience including federal government staff as well as CFOs and Human Capital officials from the private sector.

The agenda will cover an overview of the global problem from international consultancies like Mercer and EY, a view of local issues from legal firms such as Clyde and Co, as well as the solutions and options that are currently available in the UAE market.

According to Mercer the gap between the value of pension benefits around the world and what pensioners really need to live a decent life is $ 70 trillion, more than the GDP of the 10 largest economies in the world. “A financial gap of this kind will lead to a “black swan” situation, which indicates a possible global financial crisis”, says Mercer. Something clearly needs to be done at both a global level as well as a local level.


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