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Yes, the new law obliged the entities excluded from the application of its provisions to provide real-time data for the Human Resources working for them, including wages and salaries, and all procedures related to Human Resources through linking with the electronic systems approved by the Authority.
The Authority authorized to issue the Exclusion Decision is the Honorable Council of Ministers.
The patterns are as follows: full time - part time - temporary work - flexible work.
In addition to giving flexibility to the government in creating other patterns and types of work as required by the interest of its work.
The Law indicated that more than one type of employment may be combined according to the mechanisms specified by the Executive Regulations of the Law.
It means to work for a federal entity for a specific number of hours or days set for work, whether from the workplace or remotely or through a hybrid work mode, based on the employment contract, or what is agreed upon between the federal entity and the employee.
Yes, the Law allows the employee to be delegated to the private sector in accordance with the controls specified by the Executive Regulations.
Yes, the duration of breastfeeding was increased to (6) six months from the date of the child birth, instead of four months from the date of the child birth.
Yes, its duration has been increased. The period of parental leave has become five working days with a full-paid salary, whether (the father or mother) is entitled thereto continuously or intermittently, to take care of the child within (6) six months from the date of the child’s birth.
The Human Resources Department in the federal entities is now directly assuming this role.
The penalty for downgrading an employee's grade was revoked.
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