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Labor Laws in Morocco
The employment contract binding the employer to each of his employees is governed by the Royal Decree dated August 13, 1913, which lays down a code of obligations and contracts. Such contract may be written or oral.
A decree of October 23, 1948 sets out a specimen contract applicable to all industrial and commercial establishments. It defines the reciprocal rights and duties of employer and employees. An employer, however, can make more favorable arrangements in his establishment, subject to agreement with the Minister of Labor.
There is no legal requirement for employees to be involved in the management of companies or to be represented on the board of directors. Although there is no legislation requiring participation by labor in the profits of a business, a number of companies have implemented profit sharing plans.
The work week is limited to forty-eight hours, with no more than ten hours worked per day. Every employee is entitled to a weekly day of rest and a number of statutory paid holidays.
Morocco continues to make notable progress in integrating its economy into the global marketplace. Procedures for conducting a business have become more streamlined, and foreign investment is generally welcome in many sectors. The country’s competitive banking sector continues to expand its regional presence. Subsidies on gasoline and industrial fuel have been removed since 2014.