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  1. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 90 of 2013 Outlining sanctions for enterprises in the private sector that breach the provisions of the Labour Law. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-02-17 | Date of entry into force: 2013-02-18 | OMN-2013-R-95444

    Outlines sanctions for private sector enterprises which breach the provisions of the Labour Law.
    The sanctions include rejection of applications for labour clearances for expatriates, the issue and renewal of work permits and update or amending the establishment's registered information.

  2. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultanate Decree No. 55 of 2012 amending Annex No. 1 concerning the rates and salaries of the civil service law. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-11-10 | Date of entry into force: 2006-01-01 | OMN-2012-R-94981

    Degree No. 5 of Annex No. 1 concerning the degrees and salaries of the civil service law is repealed.

  3. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 570 of 2012 regulating the formation, work and registration of labor trade unions, federations and the General Federation of sultanate Oman Labourers. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-10-15 | Date of entry into force: 2012-10-21 | OMN-2012-R-91588

    Chapter I: Definitions
    Chapter II: Labor Trade Unions
    Chapter III: Labor Federations
    Chapter IV: General Federation
    Chapter V: General and Final Provisions

    Repeals Ministerial order No. 95 of 2010, as well as, any other provisions in contradiction with this Order.

  4. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Royal Decree No. 48 of 2012 Establishing the Education Council and its System. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-09-10 | Date of entry into force: 2012-09-10 | OMN-2012-R-94752

    The Council has jurisdiction to:
    1. Set policies governing the exercise of its powers.
    2. Set, in collaboration with other specialized councils, general policies for education in its different forms and levels and ensure compliance with the State's overall policies and requirements for comprehensive development - in order to accomplish the Sultanate's cultural, social, economic and scientific goals. It must also follow up on policy implementation.
    3. Develop, in collaboration with concerned authorities, a strategy for education in line with overall state policy and follow up on implementation.
    4. Evaluate the quality of education in its different forms and levels and take any measures necessary to ensure the quality of its outcomes.
    5. Develop education policies, plans and programs which can cope with continuous social change and reflect overall State policy.
    6. Develop policies and mechanisms for achieving the continuity of educational outcomes at all levels, including practical, technical, and vocational training.
    7. Link the Sultanate's education programs and specializations to the demands of the labour market.
    8. Organize admission procedures for the nation's education institutions and, in collaboration with concerned authorities, and determine roll numbers.
    9. Approve the establishment of educational institutions of all kinds within the framework of State policy before they are licensed by the relevant authorities.
    10. Approve the strategies and plans of higher education institutions and follow up their implementation in collaboration with the relevant authorities.
    11. Develop curricula and educational programs, examination and evaluation policies, and modes of management and supervision in order to ensure achievement of the Sultanate's overall education policy.
    12. Investigate education problems and difficulties and develop plans and programs to solve them.
    13. Study the situation of employees working in the nation's educational institutions and assist them by improving institutional performance.
    14. Consider annual reports on institutional performance prepared by the relevant authorities and take appropriate action.
    15. Determine administrative penalties to be imposed on educational institutions in accordance with legislation in force within the Sultanate.
    16. Encourage and support the preparation and publication of studies related to education and establish close cooperation and exchange with international organizations and educational bodies in other countries.
    17. Develop a system for educational documentation in its various forms in accordance with the relevant legal provisions.
    18. Supervise the Omani Authority for Academic Accreditation, established under the provisions of Royal Decree No. 54/2010.
    19. Propose draft laws on education, provide advice to concerned authorities on all projects submitted by them to the Council, and examine existing laws and regulations for possible updating.
    20. Study proposed international agreements relating to education in its different forms and levels and, in collaboration with concerned authorities, review agreements currently in force.
    21. Follow up the implementation of Council policies and decisions.
    22. Determine the duties of the Secretariat.
    23. Approve the Secretariat's organizational structure and the Council's procedures for exercising its powers.
    24. Adopt regulations necessary for ensuring work continuity.
    25. Approve the Council's annual budget and end-of-year financial statement.
    26. Study all issues relating to Council jurisdiction referred by His Majesty the Sultan, the Cabinet, and the education authorities.
    27. Prepare an annual report on all the different forms and levels of education and submit it to the Cabinet.

    Repeals Royal Decree No. 65 of 1998 Establishing the Education Council.

  5. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 32 of 2012 Limiting the Annual Allowance, Procedures and the Conditions for Dispensing it. - Legislation on-line in Arabic,

    Adoption: 2012-01-30 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-31 | OMN-2012-R-94751

    Article No. 1: "Without prejudice to any better benefit for the employee, the minimum annual allowance will be 3% of the basic salaries, to be eligible from January 1 each year."

    In order to be eligible for the allowance, the employee should have spent at least six months of service with the employer and should not have received 'poor' performance in his annual
    report.

  6. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 657 of 2011 regulating the urgent leave entitlement in the private sectors. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2011-12-31 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-01 | OMN-2011-R-89697

    The employee is entitled to 6 days urgent leave with full pay throughout the year according to the following conditions:
    1. the absence from work is due to an emergency (force majeure);
    2. the leave does not exceed two days each time;
    3. the employee provides the employer with proof of the emergency;
    4. The employee must inform the employer of the emergency as soon as it occurs.

  7. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 656 of 2011 on the Night Work of Women and their Conditions of Work. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2011-12-31 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-01 | OMN-2011-R-89698

    Section(1):Lists positions which involve working night shifts (between 9pm and 6am).
    Section(2):Lists positions where women may work until 10pm.
    Section(3):Ensures welfare conditions and adequate transport and protection for women during the night work.
    Section(4):This Ministerial Order repeals the Ministerial Order No. 128 of 2005 and any other provisions in contradiction with this Order.

  8. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Royal Decree No. 113 of 2011 amending Certain Provisions of the Labour Law. - Legislation on-line in Arabic Legislation on-line in English

    Adoption: 2011-10-24 | Date of entry into force: 2011-10-25 | OMN-2011-R-89705

    Sections: 1(12), 1(13), the first paragraph of Section 28, as well as Sections 51(3), 53, 61, 68, 70, 71, 72(5), 73, 81, 83 and the fourth paragraph of Section 106 of the Royal Decree No. 35 of 2003 on the promulgation of the Labour Code are replaced and amended.

  9. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 98 of 2011 establishing and regulating the National Manpower Register. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2011-10-18 | Date of entry into force: 2011-10-19 | OMN-2011-R-95456

    This Decree establishes "The National Manpower Register Authority". The Authority shall be a legal identity and enjoy financial and administrative autonomy.
    The administrative system units of the State (civil, military and security) and private sector institutions are to inform the Authority concerning their employees' data and any amendments to this data. There will be coordination between the Authority and the military and security units with regards to the required data.
    The administrative system units of the State (civil, military or security) and private sector institutions are not allowed to employ any employee unless he provides a proof that he is registered in the Manpower Register.

  10. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Royal Decree No. 86 of 2011 withdrawing some reservations on the Rights of the Child Convention. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2011-09-13 | Date of entry into force: 2011-09-13 | OMN-2011-R-89704

    The Sultanate of Oman withdraws its reservations on the Rights of the Child Convention, except for the reservation on Section No. 14 of this Convention giving the child the right to choose his/her religion.

  11. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 1 of 2011 regulating the recruitment of non-Omani manpower. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2011-01-15 | Date of entry into force: 2011-01-16 | OMN-2011-R-101865

    Regulates the recruitment of non-Omani manpower.

  12. Oman - - International agreement

    Convention de coopération dans le domaine du transport maritime entre le Gouvernement de la République algérienne démocratique et populaire et le Gouvernement du sultanat d'Oman, signée à Mascate le 24 février 2010. - JO du 11 mai 2011

    Adoption: 2010-02-24 | INT-2010-IA-86757

    Contient notamment des dispositions relatives aux documents d'identité des marins ainsi qu'aux droits qui sont reconnus aux marins détenteurs de ces documents.

  13. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 561/2009 establishing the rules for non-implementation of the legal proceedings contained in the offences set out in the Labour Code.

    Adoption: 2009-11-18 | Date of entry into force: 2009-12-06 | OMN-2009-R-85823

    There are three articles in this Decree that discuss:
    1. Establishing conditions for not proceeding with legal charges including providing monetary compensation for settlement of disputes and deporting employees at the expenses of their employer;
    2. Preventing reconciliation in cases where there are more than 10 parties to the offence;
    3. Several managerial positions are established to accept applications for non-implementation of legal proceedings in cases were violations of the Labour Code occur.

  14. Oman - - Law, Act

    Sultani Decree No. 63/2009 amending some provisions of the Labour Code.

    Adoption: 2009-10-31 | Date of entry into force: 2009-11-02 | OMN-2009-L-85822

    Contains several amendments and additions to the Labour Code including:
    - Article 18 bis is added to Chapter II of Title II preventing the employer: from allowing any of his foreign workers to work in other work placements other than his; from employing any foreign workers who are illegal or have a work permit from another employer; from appointing a foreign worker to a position reserved for Omani nationals.
    - Para. 4 of article 106 of the Labour Code is replaced by an article providing that if a court of law finds that a foreign worker was dismissed illegally, then the employer has to either compensate the worker or reinstate them in their original position.
    - Additional articles are added to Title 10:
    Article 113 bis sets the penalty for violations of article 18 bis.
    Article 118 bis sets the penalty for violations of provisions in Title 6.
    Article 124 sets a general penalty for the violations of this Code.
    Article 125 enables the Minister of Labour to change the penalty procedures in certain cases.
    - Article 114 is replaced to include the amount of money paid as penalty by the worker (between 1000-2000 Omani Rial) and their expulsion from Oman as well as setting out the penalty for the employer.

  15. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 445/2009 regulating the employment of receptionists in private health care institutes and clubs.

    Adoption: 2009-10-03 | Date of entry into force: 2009-10-18 | OMN-2009-R-85821

    Provides that foreign nationals are not allowed to work as receptionists in private health care institutes and clubs. However, foreign workers who still have a valid permit to work in such professions are allowed to continue working until the end of the permit knowing that it will not be renewed.

  16. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Service Council Decree No. 5/2009 defining occupational diseases. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-09-15 | Date of entry into force: 2009-10-04 | OMN-2009-R-85816

    Article 1: The decree sets and defines various illnesses as vocational illnesses.

    Article 2: Annex 13 of the executive list of the civil service act is anulled.

  17. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 48/2009 amending the Omani Social Security Law.

    Adoption: 2009-08-18 | Date of entry into force: 2009-08-02 | OMN-2009-R-85814

    Two new articles are added to chapter 5 of the Omani Social Security Law:
    Article 27: The Minister can mandate other employees on conducting duties on his behalf as set on the Social Security Law, only if they are at a general managerial level at his the ministry.
    Article 28: The minister shall issue the appropriate charts to implement the provisions of this Law.

  18. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 321/2009 establishing percentages of the national labour force in certain professions and activities in the private sector.

    Adoption: 2009-07-07 | Date of entry into force: 2009-09-02 | OMN-2009-R-85815

    Provides a table containing the minimum percentages for the number of Omanis that have to be employed in each profession in the private sector for the years 2009 and 2010.

  19. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 319/2009 Creating the Organizational Charter of the SANAD (Self-Employment and National Autonomous Development) Services Centres.

    Adoption: 2009-07-07 | Date of entry into force: 2009-07-16 | OMN-2009-R-85827

    The Charter defines the SANAD services centres, and sets its duties and functions that include providing different forms on work related issues, civil status and various work permits.

    The SANAD Programme was launched in 2001, with the objectives to promote entrepreneurship and provide job opportunities to the Omani labour force, especially youth; to expand the private sector; foster the Organization plan (to provide employment for Omani nationals); and promote sustainable development.

  20. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The General Commission for the Money Market. Administrative Decree No. D/2/2009 amending the Employees Affairs Chart at the General Commission for the Money Market

    Adoption: 2009-06-15 | Date of entry into force: 2009-07-02 | OMN-2009-R-85812

    Article 46 of the employees affairs chart is replaced with the following text: " Thursday and friday of each week as well as all official holidays will be considered as fully paid official holidays."

  21. Oman - - International agreement

    Sultani Decree No. 20/2009.

    Adoption: 2009-04-06 | Date of entry into force: 2009-04-06 | INT-2009-IA-85824

    Provides for the ratification of the Memorandum of Understanding between the government of Oman and the government of Qatar on cooperation in the labour field.

  22. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Manpower Decree No. 18/2008 creating an Organizational Chart for National Manpower.

    Adoption: 2009-01-12 | Date of entry into force: 2009-02-02 | OMN-2009-R-83217

    The Decree regulates the work of national workers and employees. The chart defines what manpower, working employees and unemployed manpower are as well as those who are subject to this Decree. It regulates the registration procedure for employment, and provides details on how to use the registry in order to search for different information in the different work sectors.

  23. Oman - - Law, Act

    Royal Decree 126/2008 Promulgating the Law Combating Trafficking in Persons. - English Translation

    Adoption: 2008-11-23 | Date of entry into force: 2008-12 | OMN-2008-L-81766

    Article 1 - Definitions
    Article 2 - Offence of trafficking
    Article 3 - Consent not to be a determining factor in certain cases
    Article 4 - Accomplices
    Article 5 - Investigating procedures
    Article 6 - Seizure of funds or properties
    Articles 7-16 - Offences and their penalties
    Article 17 - Victim not to pay fees for civil suit to recieve compensation
    Article 18 - Government has the power to sell property and funds siezed
    Article 19 - Special accommodation for victims of trafficking
    Article 20 - In no case can the sentence be less than the minimum stated in the law
    Article 21 - If the case does not fit within this law, then the Omani Penal Code or the Omani Criminal Procedures Law shall apply
    Article 22 - Establishment of the National Committee for Combating Trafficking in Persons
    Article 23 - Tasks of the Committee

  24. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Manpower Decree No. 429/2008 creating an Organizational Chart for the Governmental Vocational Training Centers.

    Adoption: 2008-09-16 | Date of entry into force: 2008-10-07 | OMN-2008-R-83216

    TITLE ONE - DEFINITIONS AND AIMS
    Chapter I: Definitions
    Chapter II: Aims
    TITLE TWO - CREATI)ON OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND TERMS OF REFERENCE
    Chapter I: The Creation of the Board of Trustees
    Chapter II: The Terms of Reference of the Board of Trustees
    TITLE THREE - GENERAL SUPERVISION OF THE CENTRE
    TITLE FOUR - MANAGEMENT OF THE CENTRE
    Chapter I: Formation of the Center and its Terms of Reference
    Chapter II: The Director
    Chapter III: The Director's Assistant
    Chapter IV: Technical Divisions and the Department of the Basic Skills and Competencies
    Chapter V: Terms of Reference of the Members of the Guidance and Training and Teaching
    TITLE FIVE - TRAINING SYSTEM AND WORK SCHEDULE
    TITLE SIX - ADMISSION SYSTEM
    TITLE SEVEN - SYSTEM OF EVALUATION AND TESTING
    TITLE EIGHT - DUTIES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GUIDANCE AND TRAINING, TEACHING AND TRAINEES
    TITLE NINE - TRAINING PROVISIONS
    TITLE TEN - VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES
    TITLE ELEVEN - QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM

  25. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 248/2008 on the Suspension of Restrictions on the Exercise of Economic Activities and Professions of the Citizens and members of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf Countries (GCC).

    Adoption: 2008-09-01 | Date of entry into force: 2008-09-16 | OMN-2008-R-83218

    The employment restrictions put on the different citizens of the GCC member states during the eightieth round of the higher council in 1987 are revoked. Provides for equal treatment between the different citizens with respect to employment.

  26. Oman - - International agreement

    Sultani Decree No. 121/ 2008 Ratifying The international Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities.

    Adoption: 2008-05-05 | Date of entry into force: 2008-11-15 | OMN-2008-IA-83215

    The Sultanate of Oman ratifies the International Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities without accepting the additional protocol.

  27. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 63/2008 Promulgating the Law on the Care and Rehabilitation of the Disabled. - Al Jarida Al Rasmiyya

    Adoption: 2008-04-22 | Date of entry into force: 2008-05-04 | OMN-2008-R-86171

    Chapter One: Definitions and General Provisions [Articles 1-4]
    Chapter Two: Rights of the Disabled [Articles 5-12. Article 8 provides that the Ministry is to provide appropriate opportunities for professional qualifications and certificates for disabled persons. Article 9 provides that enterprises of over 50 employees are to allocate a certain percentage of places for disabled persons]
    Chapter Three: The National Committee for Welfare of the Disabled Persons [Articles 13-15]
    Chapter Four: Rehabilitation Centres for Disabled Persons [Articles 16-18]
    Chapter Five: Penalties and Compensation [Articles 19-22. Articles 19 and 20 contain provisions for penalties for employers who do not respect the legal requirements for the payment of wages for disabled workers and compensation for disabled persons].

  28. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Occupational Safety Regulations governing by the Labour Code (Ministerial Decision 286/2008). - Decree on-line in English

    Adoption: 2008 | OMN-2008-R-83520

    Definitions and General Provisions (Article 1)
    General provisions (Articles 2-14)
    General Arrangements (Articles 15-16)
    Utilities (Article 17)
    Specifications of Work Uniform and Personal Protection Equipment (Article 18)
    Medical Care (Articles 19-25)
    Health Friendly Workplaces (Articles 26-27)
    Protection of women (Article 28)
    Protection of the Disabled (Articles 29-30)
    Precautions Against Hazards (Article 31-43)

  29. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 24/2007 on the establishment, functioning and registration of trade unions, federations and the General Union of Workers in the Sultanate of Oman.

    Adoption: 2007-02-18 | Date of entry into force: 2007 | OMN-2007-R-81392

    Title I - Definitions
    Title II - Trade Unions
    Title III - Employees Union
    Title IV - The General Union of Workers of the Sultanate of Oman
    Title V - Final Provisions

  30. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Manpower Order No. 17/2007 amending Ministerial Decree No. 294/2006 on regulation of collective bargaining, peaceful strikes and closure.

    Adoption: 2007-02-04 | Date of entry into force: 2007-02-04 | OMN-2007-R-78801

    Sets out the rules for collective bargaining between the employer and the employee. Includes provisions on the role of the trade unions, the conditions of the agreements reached by the two parties, the role of the Ministry in resolving workplaces disputes, and strikes.

  31. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decree No. 379/2006 on the dismissal of an employee due to their participation in a trade union.

    Adoption: 2006-12-26 | Date of entry into force: 2006-12-26 | OMN-2006-R-81389

    Employers are obliged to reinstate dismissed workers if it was clear that they were dismissed due to their participation in trade union activities.

  32. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultan's Decree No. 112/2006 amending some provisions of the Labour Code.

    Adoption: 2006-11-04 | OMN-2006-R-81390

    This Decree replaces Article 109, Article 110 and Article 110 (Bis) with amended ones. These articles relate to the establishment of federations, the legal personality of trade unions and federations and their independence without any interventions. No penalty, or penalty of dismissal, is authorized for workers' representatives in trade unions, or federations, or the confederation of Trade Unions of the Sultanate of Oman on grounds of their trade union activities.

  33. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decision No. 311 of 2006 on the formation, work and registration system of the trade unions and labour associations and the General Federation of the Sultane of Oman's Labourers.

    Adoption: 2006-11 | Date of entry into force: 2006 | OMN-2006-R-75402

    Chapter 1: Definitions
    Chapter 2: Labour unions
    Chaper 3: Labour association
    Chapter 4: General Federation of the Sultanate of Oman's labourers
    Chapter 5: Final provisions.
    Issued under Royal Decree No. 35 of 2003. Repeals Ministerial Decisions No. 135 of 2004 and No. 136 of 2004.

  34. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 74/2006 amending provisions of the Labour Code.

    Adoption: 2006-07-08 | Date of entry into force: 2006 | OMN-2006-R-78804

    Amends provisions on the Labour Code: Article 3 Bis is added to Chapter 2 banning forced labour; Article 107 Bis is added to Chapter 8 regarding Ministerial Orders on dispute settlements; Amends Chapter 9 on trade unions and the Confederation of the Workers of the Sultanate of Oman; adds Article 123 to Chapter 10; and Articles 112 and 118 are replaced.

  35. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Decision No. 294 of 2006 on regulation of collective bargaining, peaceful strikes and lockouts.

    Adoption: 2006 | Date of entry into force: 2006 | OMN-2006-R-75404

    Chapter 1 - Definitions (Section 1)
    Chapter 2 - Collective bargaining (Sections 2-4)
    Chapter 3 - Collective bargaining agreements (Sections 5-17)
    Chapter 4 - Peaceful Strikes (Sections 18-23)
    Chapter 5 - Lockouts (Sections 24-29)

  36. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Ministry of Health Decree No. 138\2005 Amending Ministerial Decree No. 54\1998 on the Conditions and Procedures for Licensing Medical Doctors and Dentists.

    Adoption: 2005-11-14 | Date of entry into force: 2005-12-05 | OMN-2005-R-78250

    The phrase "Exempt from this test are doctors who are recruited in Governmental Bodies" in Article 2(5)of the Ministerial Decree No. 54/1998 is replaced by "The appointment of physicians to the Ministry of Health is considered as being a license to exercise the profession in this Ministry".

  37. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Service Council Decision No.13/2005 on Financial Benefits to Civil Servants Employed in the Ministry of Industry.

    Adoption: 2005-08-01 | Date of entry into force: 2005-08-01 | OMN-2005-R-78862

  38. Oman - - International agreement

    Sultani Decree No. 65/2005 on the Ratification of the Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105) and the Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138).

    Adoption: 2005-07-03 | OMN-2005-IA-78803


  39. Oman - - Law, Act

    The King's Office Act No. 73/2005 amending the Decree on Social Security.

    Adoption: 2005-06-23 | Date of entry into force: 2006-01-01 | OMN-2005-L-78856

    Determines the authority in charge of revising the list of categories of wages.

  40. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Manpower Decree No. 129/2002 publishising the list of disciplinary action at work.

    Adoption: 2005-06-01 | Date of entry into force: 2005-06-01 | OMN-2005-R-78855

    Employers are obliged to publish a list of disciplinary procedures and action in the workplace and to inform employees of this list.

  41. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Manpower Decree No.125/2005 on the employment of Disabled Workers in the Private Sector.

    Adoption: 2005-05-30 | Date of entry into force: 2005-05-30 | OMN-2005-R-78853

    Article 1 - Conditons and Procedures
    Article 2 - Quotas: an employer who employers over 50 workers must have at least 2% of disabled workers on their staff.

  42. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Service Council Decision No. 9/2005 Replacing Provisions in (XII: Allowances of Regional Services) from Annex 16 of the Executive Chart of the Civil Service Law.

    Adoption: 2005-05-04 | Date of entry into force: 2005-05-15 | OMN-2005-R-78452

    Article 12 of Annex 16 of the Executive Chart of the Civil Service Law is replaced with another article.

  43. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Service Council Decision No. 7/2005 Replacing Article 12 of Annex No. 10 of the Executive Chart of the Civil Service Law.

    Adoption: 2005-03-30 | Date of entry into force: 2005-04-16 | OMN-2005-R-78453

    An additional paragraph is added to Article 12 of Annex No. 10 of the Executive Chart of the Civil Service Law.

  44. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 32/2005 amending the Pension System and Post-Service Bonuses to Employees of the Ministry of Defense and the Sultan Armed Forces.

    Adoption: 2005-03-21 | Date of entry into force: 2005-01-01 | OMN-2005-R-78449

    The amendment applies to the pension system and post-service bonuses to employees of the Ministry of Defense and the Sultan Armed Forces.

  45. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 19/2005 amending some Provisions of the Social Security Law.

    Adoption: 2005-02-22 | Date of entry into force: 2005-04-01 | Date of gradual entry into force: 2005-03-01 | OMN-2005-R-78455

    Several provisions and articles are amended including Chart No. 3 on reduced pension ratios.

  46. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Service Council Decision No. 4/2005 Replacing Some Provisions of Annex 16 of the Executive Chart of the Civil Service Law.

    Adoption: 2005-02-14 | Date of entry into force: 2005-03-01 | OMN-2005-R-78454

    Replaces several job titles in Article 49 of Annex 16.

  47. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 8/2005 Amending some Provisions of Law on Pensions and Bonuses after Retirement of Governmental Omani Employees

    Adoption: 2005-01-09 | Date of entry into force: 2005-01-15 | OMN-2005-R-78284

    Amends and replaces articles 9, 10 and 11 in the Law on Pensions and Bonuses after Retirement of Governmental Omani Employees.

  48. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 4/2005 Amending Certain Provisions of the Law of Social Insurance and Social Insurance System for Omanis Working Abroad and those of Equivalent Status.

    Adoption: 2005-01-03 | Date of entry into force: 2005-01-15 | OMN-2005-R-78283

    Article 21(1) of the Social Insurance Law (Sultani Decree No. 91/75), and Article 30(1) of the Social Insurance System for Omanis Working Abroad (Sultani Decree No. 32/2000) are replaced. Also repeals Article 21(3) of Decree No. 91/75.

  49. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Sultani Decree No. 120/2004 issuing the Civil Service Law. - Law on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2004-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2005-06-01 | OMN-2004-R-78450

    Until the Civil Service Council issues the executive chart to this law, Sultani Decree No. 52/83 remains in force as long as it does not contradict with the provisions of this law.

    Repeals Sultani Decree No. 8/80.

    The Civil Service Law
    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Jobs
    Chapter III: Personnel Committees
    Chapter IV: Appointments
    Chapter V: Job Performance Evaluation Reports
    Chapter VI: Promotion
    Chapter VII: Salaries, bonuses, allowances, Rewards and compensations
    Chapter VIII: Transfer and loaning
    Chapter IX: Trainings, Exchange programmes and Scholarships
    Chapter X: Work Calender and Holidays
    Chapter XI: Work Injuries
    Chapter XII: Duties of Employees and Prohibited Acts
    Chapter XIII: Managerial Accountability
    Chapter XIV: Termination of Employment
    Chapter XV: End of Work Grant
    Chapter XVI: Transitional Provisions

  50. Oman - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministry of Health Decision No. 18/ 2004 granting housing allowance to some non-Omani employees at the Ministry of Health.

    Adoption: 2004-12-26 | Date of entry into force: 2005-01-01 | OMN-2004-R-78451

    The Decision provides a chart and description that sets the conditions of who and when a non-Omani employee is entitled to a housing allowance.

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