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Mohammed Yaseen, Staff Reporter
The Human Resources Law of the Federal Government defines patterns of employment and types of work in the federal bodies. According to the executive regulations, employment patterns includes: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary and Flexible work, while types of work includes the intensive working hours for 4 days a week and 10 hours a day.
The executive regulations also clarified the types of work in the federal entities, the first of which is work from the entity’s headquarters, in which the work is performed by the employee according to what the entity decides (either from its headquarters or from the headquarters of one of its branches) throughout the official working days and hours.
The second type is the remote work inside the country, according to which the employee works outside the entity but within the country, provided that he receives the financial allocations specified by the system.
The third type is remote work from outside the country, according to which the employee performs his job duties from outside the country, and he receives the financial allocations specified by the system.
The fourth type is the intense working hours according to which the employee works during the official weekly working hours with a maximum of 10 hours per day for 4 working days per week.
As for the last type of work, it is specified as the hybrid work, as it combines work from the entity’s headquarters with remote work, so that the employee is contracted to perform part of his job duties from the entity’s headquarters and perform another part remotely.
The executive regulations also specified 4 types of employment in the federal entities: Full-time, which means working for one federal entity, for full daily working hours, and part-time, which means working for a federal entity for a specified working hours or working days.
The regulations also specified other types of employment: Temporary work, which means working for full daily working hours throughout working days, but within a temporary contract with the aim of carrying out work which requires a specific period, or for carrying out work for only one time, provided that its duration is less than a year.
As for the other type, it is the flexible work, which means working for a federal entity with the possibility of changing its working hours or days according to the volume of work and the economic and operational variables at the entity.
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