The General Authority of the Federal Supreme Court ruled that a financial expert shall not be entitled to an end-of-service gratuity after his resignation from a federal government authority. For all allowances.
In detail, a financial expert working for a federal government agency filed a lawsuit, demanding that his employer pay 266,662 dirhams, end of service benefits and 16% interest.
"He worked for the defendant, a federal government body, as a financial expert, with a monthly salary of 45,000 dirhams, until he resigned in March 2017, and the administration declined to pay his end-of-service bonus," he said.
The Court of First Instance ordered the employer to pay him 264 thousand dirhams and was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
The employer did not accept this verdict, and challenged it against the cassation. The financial item relating to the fees of experts and consultants shall be disbursed in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Law.
The Administrative Department of the Federal Supreme Court ruled that the appeal should be referred to the General Assembly of the Court to determine the extent of eligibility for the end of service gratuity for those appointed to government agencies and their affiliates as experts and consultants.
The General Assembly ruled that the plaintiff should not be entitled to a remuneration after the end of his service. Article (45) includes all allowances. Accordingly reward after the termination of his service, and this violates the rule of appeal considering it may have violated the law, which requires veto, and the chapter on the subject.