The Labour law requires a standard-format written employment contract between the employer and employee; if it is in a language other than Arabic, a translation must be attached. General Principles
An employment contract is defined as an agreement between an employer and an employee, whereby the latter commits to working for, and under the management and supervision of, the former in return for a wage. Employment Contracts
Certain matters must be contained in the employment contract. It is usual for employers to use a standard employment contract issued by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) for Omani employees, and a more detailed employment contract for expatriate employees. Employment Contracts
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