END-OF-SERVICE AWARD

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The domestic worker shall be entitled to an end-of-service award of one-month wage, if he has spent four years in a row providing service to the employer.

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The worker’s last total actual wage shall be taken as a basis for calculating the reward. Article (2) of the Labor Law defines wage as the basic wage, in addition to all other due increase that are determined for the worker in return for an effort made in the work, or risks he is exposed to in performing his work, or that are determined for the worker in exchange for work according to the work contract or labor regulations, allowances, increases, awards and promotions, and in-kind features, commissions and percentages. Concerning commissions and percentages according to the labor law definition of award in Article (2), commissions and percentages fall within the elements of the award for which the end-of-service award is calculated, taking into account what is stated in Article (86) of the labor law that “it is permissible to agree that it is not calculated in the award according to which end-of-service award is settled or part of the commissions amounts and percentages of the sales price and the like, which are elements of the wage paid to the worker and are inherently subject to increase and decrease.