|Nom:||Order No. 1781/700 Regulating Sick Leave Reports, Dated 19/04/1438, Hijri.|
|Sujet(s):||Conditions de travail|
|Type de loi:||Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance|
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|Bibliographie:||Legislation online in Arabic Eastlaws Database, Cario, Egypt (DOC.NORMES) (consulté le 2018-06-19)
|Résumé/Citation:||A doctor at a health center or a health unit can only issue a sick leave for an employee for one day only with the possibility to extend it for another day. The sick leave must be stamped by the head of the center.
Doctors at a private complex of clinics may issue a sick leave for one day only, seven times a year for a single employee. The sick leave must be stamped by head of the complex. Doctors working in hospitals can issue a sick leave for three days with the extension of three more days if needed. The sick leave must be stamped by the doctor himself. A consultant and a doctor at a hospital may issue a sick leave for four days with the extension of four more days if needed. The sick leave must be stamped by head of the hospital.
Three doctors, one of which is a consultant, may issue a sick leave of eight days with the extension to 30 days if needed. The sick leave must be stamped by the head of the hospital. Issuing a sick leave of more than 30 days is at the capacity of the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and the Military Medical Committees.