Under limited contract
An employee who has spent one year or more in continuous service shall be entitled to an end of service gratuity upon the termination of his service. The days of absence from work without pay shall not be included in the calculation of the period of service and the gratuity shall be calculated as follows:
If an employee has served for less than 1 year, he is not entitled to any gratuity pay.
If an employee has served for more than 1 year but less than 5 years, he is entitled to full gratuity pay based on 21 days' salary for each year of work.
employee has served more than 5 years, he is entitled to full gratuity of 30
salary for each year of work following the first five years.
In all cases, the total gratuity shall not exceed the wage of two years.
Under unlimited Contract
In the event where the employer terminates an unlimited contract, calculation will be as follows:
In the event where the employee under an unlimited contract resigns, calculation will be as follows:
BASIC SALARY: Enter only basic salary . do not include house rent, travel and other allowances . Please check your Contract
CONTRACT TYPE: Normally 2 year contract is limited
DATE OF JOINING : Joining date as per the contract
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Title One (Definitions and General Provisions)
Title Two (Employment of Workers and Youth and Women Labour)
Title Three (Employment Contracts, Records and Wages)
Title Four (Working Hours and Leaves)
Title Five (Safety, Protection Health and Social Care Of Workers)
Title Six (Disciplinary Rules)
Title Seven (Termination of Employment Contract and End of Service Gratuity)
Title Eight (Compensations for Occupational Injuries and Diseases)
Title Nine (Collective Labor Disputes)
Title Ten (Labor Inspection)
Title Eleven (Sanctions)
Title Twelve (Final Provisions)