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LABOR LAW LABOR CONTRACT
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Definitions Federal Law No 8, For 1980, On Regulation of Labour Relations : Employer: Any natural or legal person employing one or more workers in return for any kind of wage. Worker: Any male or female working, for wage of any kind, in the service or under the management or control of an employer, albeit out of his sight. Work: Any human effort- intellectual, technical or physical- exerted in return for wage, irrespective of whether such work is permanent or temporary. 2
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Employment Contract: Any agreement, for a definite or indefinite term, concluded between an employer and an employee, whereby the latter undertakes to work in the employer's service and under his management and control, in return for a certain wage that the employer undertakes to pay. Wage: Any consideration, in cash or in kind, given to a worker, in return for his service under an employment contract. Basic Wage : The wage specified in a valid employment contract, exclusive of any allowances whatsoever. Arabic shall be the language to be used in all records, contracts, files, data, etc... 3
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Persons / Employees /Workers NOT Governed by the Law Article 3: Employees of the Federal Government and of governmental departments, employees of municipalities, employees of federal and local public authorities and corporations, & employees recruited against governmental projects. Members of the armed forces, police and security. Domestic servants employed in private households, and the like. Farming and grazing workers. 4
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Individual Employment Contracts Article 38: An employment contract may be for a definite or indefinite term. A definite term contract has the following characteristics: 1. It has a commencement and completion date. 2. Its term cannot be in excess of a period of 4 years. It can, however, be renewed through mutual consent, express or implied for a similar or lesser period. 3. The employment will terminate at the end of the contract period, unless renewed by mutual consent. 5
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An indefinite term contract has the following characteristics: 1. The contract provides a commencement date but no completion date.
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