The significant changes resulting from technological advancements have greatly contributed to highlighting the concept of flexibility of labour. Given the importance of this form of work in enhancing the competitiveness of institutions and securing work with great flexibility for individuals with family responsibilities, especially women, and thereby advancing the achievement of gender equality, a global trend has emerged to encourage its regulation. This is achieved through its legalization and the development of public policies that incentivize its adoption.

It is only natural for Lebanon to be part of the ongoing dynamics of seeking to regulate the flexibility of labour and participate in the current discussions surrounding it. No country can afford to be excluded from these frameworks. Therefore, it was necessary to examine the existing Lebanese legal system to assess its capacity in accommodating new forms and patterns of labour. Accordingly, this study was conducted and resulted in a proposal for the texts that should be adopted for this purpose.

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