The Social Protection Law does not affect the end of service gratuity and grants paid by the employers because they are regulated in employment laws and systems and are not related to insurance rights such as pensions. For example, the end-of-service gratuity received by pensioners working in the civil service sectors is regulated by the Civil Service Law and is paid by the employer (government). It is not affected by the issuance of the Social Protection Law whatsoever. Moreover, any grant or gratuity paid by the employer at the end of service of the employee within the private sector entities will not be affected by the issuance of the Social Protection Law and will be regulated by the applicable laws of these entities, in addition to the employment contracts signed between employees and employers.
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