In Morocco, a full month of employment is defined as 26 days or 191 hours of work. The usual work year is 2,288 hours spread across 44 hours per week from Monday to Friday, assuming weekday hours do not exceed ten per day.
Weekly rest should include at least one day on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, or the weekly market day.
After discussions with labor unions, female employees may work night shifts.
Overtime hours are limited to two per day and 80 per year. With consent from the Worker's Council, overtime may be increased to 100 hours per year. Overtime pay is 125 percent of the basic rate during the day (6 a.m. to 9 p.m.). Overtime is paid at 150 percent of the basic rate for labor performed at night (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.). Weekends and public holidays, overtime is doubled to 150 percent for daytime work and 200 percent for evening work, in addition to getting an alternate day of rest. The complete amount of overtime must be paid on the salary's next pay date.