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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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It takes the worker’s last gross actual wage as the basis for calculating the bonus. Article 2 of the wage regulations defined the wage as: the basic wage plus all other due increases that are decided upon for the worker in exchange for the effort he exerted at work, or the risks he is exposed to in performing his work, or which are decided for the worker in return for work according to the work contract or work regulations, including allowances, benefits, grants and remunerations, in-kind benefits, commissions and percentages. With regard to commissions and percentages, according to the Labor Law definition of wages in Article 2, commissions and percentages are included within the elements of the wage for which the end-of-service benefits is calculated, taking into consideration what was stipulated in Article 86 of the Labor Law that “it is permissible to agree that it will not be calculated in the wage on which it is settled for the end-of-service benefits, all or some of the commission amounts, percentages of sales price, and similar elements of the wage paid to the worker, which are by their nature subject to increase and decrease.

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