Employment contracts in the public sector can be full-time, part-time, temporary or special.
Contracts for public sector are governed by Cabinet Decision No. 13 of 2012 regarding Executive Rules for Decree under Law No. 11 of 2008 (PDF). Articles 9 to 16 of the decision provide for the following types of contracts:
Full-time employment contract
Under a full-time employment contract, the employee works full working days or hours and receives the total salary and allowances allocated to that position.
Part-time employment contract
Under a part-time employment contract, the employee works limited hours of the total working days or hours and receives salary in proportion to the number of days or hours worked. In addition, he is entitled to benefits and allowances allocated to the position.
Under a temporary employment contract, the employee works full working days or hours throughout the contract which is for a period of three months, renewable for similar periods. He shall receive salary and allowances allocated to the position.
Under a special employment contract, the employee is appointed by a minister for a high position in the ministry or entity on a contract of two years which can be renewed for another two years.He shall receive salary and allowances which are in line with the ministry's needs and within budget. However, remuneration shall not exceed the maximum limit of special contracts which are determined by the ministry in coordination with Ministry of Finance and approved by Cabinet.