What does it mean? End of Service (EOS) or gratuity is part of the Qatar Labour Law that stipulates a sum of money to be paid to an outgoing employee. The terms will be included in the employee's contracts. These contracts are normally term..
Can you freely work with different companies while in Qatar? Can you do part-time jobs after your regular duty hours? The answer is no, unless with an official consent from your sponsor. According to Article 42 of the "Regulation of the Spons..
The holy month of Ramadan is coming. Muslims around the world are set to begin their 30-day fast. But, what is fasting and why Muslims do it during Ramadan? Fasting is to abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink, especially as a religious o..
Qatar has become one of the most attracted places to work for as the infrastructural developments have progressed to its highest standard making it one of the busiest and richest country in the world. The opportunities to work in the region has surge..
The Kingdom’s shopping malls must only hire Saudis under new labor rules, the latest in a raft of initiatives aimed at increasing local employment. Human Resources and Social Development Minister Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi issued three new ..
The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has announced a major update on its website on the Quarantine exception criteria for those individuals who received their vaccination outside the country. According to MOPH, individuals who obtained their C..
Have you been working even after your duty hours? Should you get extra pay for your overtime work? The answer is yes. According to Qatar Labour Law, your employer should pay you for the additional hours (at least the basic wage due in normal worki..
To be able to stay longer and work in Qatar, you must have a Residence Permit (RP). This permit will be issued in a form of a Qatar ID (QID) and is renewable yearly. You need a sponsor to be qualified for residency in the country. A recruiter must..
Every expatriate coming to Qatar for work must have a sponsor to be legally employed in the country. A sponsor is held liable to the recruitment and travel expenses of the employee. However, his/her duty doesn’t end there. Before getting int..
FIFA’s alcohol ban helps female fans enjoy hassle-free football in Qatar
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