Guide: How expats in Qatar can calculate end of service gratuity

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Qatar’s Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs recently launched a new online service on its official website for expatriate employees.

This new service allows individuals to calculate their end of service gratuity according to the number of working years he spent at the company.

  • Expatriates have to enter data in accordance with the contract signed between him and the employer.

Although the service is available only in Arabic, non-Arabic speakers can also easily calculate ESB by following these steps:

STEP 1 : Click on this link to open the webpage. You will see this page:

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STEP 2: In the first field, enter your Date of Joining (as per your contract)  

STEP 3: In the second field, enter your Last Working Date

STEP 4: In the third field, enter your Basic Monthly Salary (as per your contract) 

STEP 5: In the fourth field, enter the Gratuity Days accrued for each year (for example 21 days for one year). You have to refer to your contract for this.

STEP 6: Click on the bottom button and you can see the result.

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This service was introduced to ensure greater transparency and to make foreign employees aware of their rights.

The end of service benefit is calculated under the Labour Law No. 14 of 2004.

Published on 28 January 2017

3 Comments

  1. SURINDER KUMAR on

    Dear Sir.
    I am work with company from 2000 till today with same company my first agreement in 2000 and second agreement in 2010 & 2013
    how many days per year calculate my EOS Please reply

    Best Regards

    Kumar

  2. i changed my visa to new company.But not signed any contract with new company.Now I wanted to leave Qatar.So after that can join some other company with out NOC.Because no contract between me and the company & My id will expire on May 4TH 2017.Pls suggest..33895324

  3. Dear sir/madam
    i ask about my salary in my contract i earn 6000 after i few month my manager give a letter that my new salary 4,500 because he did not satisfied my work or i have make a mistake it is possible to change my salary pls help and make a suggestion about this matter

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