An employee is entitled to 30 days of paid yearly leave after six months of work.
Oman recognizes ten public holidays.
Employees are entitled to 10 days of fully paid sick leave.After the first 2 weeks, social security law provides the employee with payment.Week 3-4 – 75% of their wagesWeek 5-6 – 50% of their wagesWeek 7-10 – 25% of their wages
Employees who are pregnant are entitled to 50 days of paid leave. Employees with the same company are only permitted to take maternity leave three times.
Paternity leave is not required by Oman labor laws.
Parental leave is not required by Oman labor laws.
Marriage Leave: 3 daysBereavement Leave:3 days in the event of the death of the son, daughter, mother, father, wife, grandfather, grandmother, brother, or sister2 days in the event of the death of the uncle, aunt, uncle or aunt130 days for a working Muslim wife in the event of her husband’s deathHajj Pilgrimage Leave: 15 days to perform the Hajj pilgrimage once during his service period, provided that the worker has spent a continuous year in the service of the employer.Exam Leave: 15 days a year to take the exam for the Omani worker affiliated with the study in one of the schools, institutes, colleges, or universities.