Morocco to legalize working from home
The Moroccan government is about to submit a draft law on working from home or any other locations away from the public administration in a move that comes after the coronavirus outbreak.
The draft law will provide for conditions and terms for working away from the administration which can last for up to one year for specific cases.
The finance ministry has previously issued a confinement easing report in which it recommends working from home whenever possible as well as protecting vulnerable employees with underlying health conditions to protect them against Covid-19.
Morocco has been on a full confinement since March 20 and is expected to ease restrictive measures on work and movement on June 10 as total cases rose to 7819 including 5754 recoveries and 205 deaths.