Ministry of Labour to sign number of Part-time work agreements

Ministry of Labour
Ministry of Labour

Muscat: On Sunday, the Ministry of Labor will sign a number of agreements related to partial work initiatives by some digital platforms.

The partial work system aims to create job opportunities, improve income, meet the demand for employment and reduce the expatriate workforce, as it brings higher productivity for the employer, the ability to increase and reduce the workforce as needed, control costs, meet the needs of the labor market, and flexibility in employing job seekers.

Partial work will also benefit the national workforce by diversifying and strengthening sources of income and enabling experienced people to work on different contracts with more than one party and an opportunity to manage time, control the number of working hours, develop new skills and gain experience besides studying for the student or even start a personal project.

There are many names that are given to the concept of part-time work that can be applied instead of permanent jobs, as it takes many names such as the system, part-time, part-time employment or part-time contract, and there are several types of partial work contracts, including temporary work contract, seasonal work contract, and contract Occasional, partial, contract through communication platforms, specific work contract (specific task), fixed-term and indefinite contract, voluntary work contract, remote work contract, and freelance work contract.

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