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An Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment means such a leave granted to a national employee for the purpose of establishing, managing or supervising his own project.
All national and civil employees working in federal entities can apply for this leave, with the exception of employees of federal government-owned companies, employees of temporary contracts and part-time workers.
The employee's service period shall not be less than five years, whether in the federal government or local governments.
The conditions are as follows:
Yes, it is. The employee shall perform the national service or have a proof of his position thereof.
The employee receives 50% of his total monthly salary, excluding bonuses and allowances related to the job.
Yes, the employee continues to participate in the retirement fund, and the said leave is counted within the employee's years of actual service.
In the event of an increase in the number of applicants, selection is made among employees based on those who meet more criteria.
Yes, the employee who owns an online business project is entitled to an Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment, provided that he obtains the necessary licenses to practice the activity.
Yes, the employee can apply for an Entrepreneurship Leave application based on a start-up project, provided that the project has obtained the necessary licenses, or is in the process of registering and obtaining a license.
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