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Refund time:

Refund will be processed after ten working days of agreement closure through RTGS/NEFT/CHEQUE/DD refund without services tax/GSTIN

Payment terms and conditions

Refund 1st day to 3rd month 50% , 3rd to 6 month 25 %, 6th to 10 month 10% . no refund will be offered after 2 replacements .

01. Period of Contract Minimum 1 ( One Year )
02.Probation Period 90 ( Ninety Days ), according to Labour law of host country.
03.Daily working hours 08 hours per day.
04.Weekly working days 06 ( Six ) Days per week.
05.Weekly rest days 01 ( Day ) per week paid holiday.
06.Rate of overtime As per labour law of host country.
07. Accommodation Free of cost bachelor type accommodation,( Not Tents ) must be provide by Employer with electricity,water,gas and bedding.
08.Messing Facilities Free food or 25% basic pay to be paid extra in lieu of free food for unskilled, semi skilled workers.
09.Medical Facilities Free to be provided by Employer.
10. Transportation Free Transport provide by Employer.
11. Passage Economy class by air from place of hire to place of employment and back on expiry of the contract to be provided by the Employer if not included in Salary.
12. Vocation / Leave per year As per labour law of host country.
13. Illness leave per year As per labour law of host country.
14.Social Security / Insurance Employee to be covered at the cost of Employer,according to labour laws.
15.Dead Bodies Dispatch of dead bodies or evacuation due to serious injury will be to Pakistan at Employer expenses.

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