Employment Law for Libyan and Foreign Employees

January 2004
Doing Business with Libya;2004, p65
The article focuses in the employment laws in Libya. The employment laws in the country covers both nationals and foreign employees, either working in the private sector and for state-owned companies. Labor Law no. 58 of 1970 deal with employment contracts, working hours, dispute resolution and termination of contracts. Employees of state-owned companies are specifically subject to Law no. 15 of 1981, where they are given salary increases at the discretion of the company.


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