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Employees are appointed according to the law and its executive regulations, and as per the procedures contained in Human Resources Manual, without discrimination between men and women in accordance with Article (20) of the executive Regulations.
Muslim employees shall be granted a full paid 15-working-days leave to perform Hajj, at a maximum of two times during his/her tenure, and with an interval of at least ten years between the two leaves. The employee may combine the annual and Hajj leaves. The Hajj leave is only granted after successfully passing the probation period. After returning from Hajj, the employee shall provide the necessary evidence for performing Hajj. Weekends and official holidays falling within Hajj leave shall not be considered part of it.
A female employee delegated for a training course or program is entitled to receive a travel ticket from the work headquarter to the destination country and vice-versa. A travel ticket is granted to one member of the national female employee’s family to accompany her during her participation in any training course or program outside the country, regardless the period of delegation, and the ticket shall be at the same travel class determined for the delegated female employee.
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