Benefits for Non-Omani Employees

End of Service Benefits (ESB)

An employee who leaves the Company’s service, without being eligible for a pension under the Scheme, will be entitled only to Employee Services Benefits, provided that he/she has served for a period of at least one complete year.

Accommodation for new employees

New employees will be provided with hotel accommodation or furnished apartments arranged by the Company for a maximum period of one month.

Travel Allowance and Entitlement

For international travel, employees are entitled to a travel allowance for every calendar day spent on official duty away from the Sultanate of Oman.

Ticket Entitlement

Employees are entitled to tickets during business trips, as outlined in the HR manual.

Annual Flight Tickets

The Company will provide annual tickets for the employee, employee’s spouse and a maximum of 3 children under the age of 18 years.

Excess Baggage Entitlement

The Company will refund the cost of shipping personal items as excess baggage.

Departure/ Return Expense

An employee on approved travel is entitled to be paid an air terminal expense related to departure and return to Oman. Where a spouse and/or children are traveling at the Company's expense, the same air terminal expense will be payable to the spouse and half that amount for each eligible child.


The Company will sponsor the employee for a family visa, upon completion of the employee’s probation period.

Education – School Fees

The Company will pay expatriate employees an allowance per school year within Oman, for 3 children up to 18 years old. In the event that the parents of the child (children) are both employed in the Company, only one employee is entitled to receive the education allowance as mentioned in the contract.

Salary Advance

The Company may grant advances of up to two months’ basic salary to employees.

Relocation Assistance

The Company provides relocation assistance to employees transferred permanently from one location to the other (Suhar/Muscat or any other business locations the Company has or intends to have in the future).

Membership to Approved Clubs

The Company will pay a sum per annum toward recreational club membership fees, for specified grades.

Medical Coverage

The Company provides medical cover for its employee and direct resident family members (spouse and 3 children below 18 years of age). Maternity, dental and optical expenses are covered under the terms and conditions of Orpic’s contract.

Medical Coverage

It is the first of its kind edutainment centre in Suhar, and one of the most important facilities within Falaj Public Park, which was funded by Orpic in collaboration with Suhar Municipality, and inaugurated in August 2016. The centre build-up on an area of 650 m2 with total investment of OMR 180,000.

Performance Incentive Scheme

Orpic provides a yearly “Performance Incentive” as recognition for the efforts and achievements made by an employee during the calendar year. This Performance Incentive Scheme aims to serve as encouragement and motivation to employees in making Orpic a leading performer in its industry. The Performance Incentive Scheme is calculated using the following variables:

  • a) Employee’s Individual Performance Rating and relevant grade multiplier
  • b) Function KPI Score
  • c) Corporate KPI Score

Annual Leave Entitlement

Employees are entitled to 30 working days of annual leave per annum, which is equivalent to 42 calendar days.

Non-Omani employees, depending on job grade, are eligible for benefits
that include but are not limited to above mentioned