Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 12 - Issue 4 (7) | PP: 511 - 523 Language : English
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2022.12.4.7
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The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Non-Profit Companies in Jordan: A Socio-Legal Study

Emad Mohammad Al Amaren ,
Sultan Ibrahim Aletein ,
Muhanned Farhan Al Taani ,
Mohammad Abel Khaliq Alzoubi ,
Ahmad Ibrahim Alsharu
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
15/3/2022 11/5/2022 31/5/2022 7/9/2022
Abstract
Since 2020, the novel Corona pandemic had negatively affected the people's economic situation in Jordan. The Jordanian government procedures to contains the spread of the virus from movement restriction, border closures, and lookdown have forced companies to shut down their businesses completely or partly and lay off workers or reduce their remuneration. Some of these companies that had been negatively affected was nonprofit Companies. Nonprofit Companies in Jordan have faced a decrease in financial returns as a result of the reduced amount of donations and an increase in demand of the services they provide, especially those that provide health services. As a result, non-profit companies operating in Jordan had adopted new approaches and mechanism of working to survive and to still be relevant in the Jordanian society. This research article primarily focuses on the impact of the Corona pandemic on non-profit companies operating in Jordan in terms of financials, strategies and the impact of the Jordanian defense law on the situation of the labor working in these institutions. The research has reached to several results that highlight the impact of the Corona pandemic. Corona pandemic had and still has a significant impact on non-profit companies from an economic and legal point of view.


How To Cite This Article
Al Amaren , E. M.Aletein , S. I.Al Taani , M. F. , M. A. K. A. & Alsharu , A. I. (2022). The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Non-Profit Companies in Jordan: A Socio-Legal Study. Global Journal of Economics and Business, 12 (4), 511-523, 10.31559/GJEB2022.12.4.7

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