Different industries have varying workday schedules. The maximum workweek for agricultural, construction, and industrial jobs is 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday. The maximum workweek for clerical assistants and shop workers is 44 hours per week, Monday through Saturday. Catering assistants may work up to 44 hours per week. Domestic workers and security guards are permitted to work a maximum of 60 hours per week.
Employers are not permitted to require employees to work more than eight hours per day unless they are security guards, domestic workers, or shift workers. Domestic workers can work up to ten hours per day with a two-hour break, while security guards and shift workers can work up to twelve hours per day.
No employee may work more than six consecutive days in a week, and the country requires all employees to take Sunday off. If an employee is required to work on a Sunday, they should be compensated at double their regular rate. Employees should be compensated at 150 percent of their regular rate for overtime work.