The decree-law on regulating labor relations in the private sector created three types of work, in addition to the current pattern in the labor market (full-time)
The decree-law on regulating labor relations in the private sector created three types of work, in addition to the current pattern in the labor market (full-time), where the worker works for one employer for the number of daily working hours throughout the working days.
The three developed patterns allow employers to meet their labor needs, and benefit from their energies and productivity, at the lowest operational costs.
The new patterns are represented in "part-time work", "temporary work" and "flexible work", in parallel with providing several options for employers to employ workers whose work contracts have expired, existing in the country, through procedures characterized by ease and flexibility.
The first type of work (part-time), according to what is stated in the executive regulations, allows work for an employer or employers for a specific number of working hours or days scheduled for work. The second type (temporary work) allows work for a specific period, and the relationship between the two parties ends with the completion of the work. The third type (flexible work) is the work whose hours or working days change according to the size of the work and the economic and operational variables of the employer.