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Council for Tourism to boost Saudization
8 February 17
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) and the Ministry of Labor and Social Development have agreed to create more jobs for Saudi men and women in the....

Labor Ministry: Almost 950,000 beneficiaries update information
8 February 17
Almost 950,000 people who benefit from social welfare and social insurance have updated their information electronically via the specialized portal eservices.mlsd.gov.sa, as well as by visiting branches of the Ministry...

If expats leave, will Saudis do the work?
28 January 17
A friend recently asked a very pertinent and pressing question on his Facebook page: "If three million expat workers decide to leave the country because they cannot pay the new...

Saudis are not all racists
28 January 17
In my last article "Saudis are not racists," I focused on the content of the video spread by the well-known media figure Kamal Abdulqadir on his Twitter account....

Create job opportunities for Saudi women
28 January 17
According to the Ministry of Labor, the unemployment rate for Saudi women ranged between 23 to 34 percent in 2014, while the unemployment rate for men was 6.2 percent....

SR2,000 fine for holding on to workers' passports
26 January 17
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development has announced that it will penalize employers who hold back the passports of workers without their written consent, Makkah newspaper reported....

Companies sack Saudi staff giving flimsy reasons
26 January 17
A number of investors and economists have opposed moves by some companies to arbitrarily terminate the services of their Saudi employees citing financial crises. They said instead they should have...

Shoura to study fees on expat remittances
19 January 17
The Shoura Council will next week study a proposal by one of its members to impose fees on financial remittances by expatriates....

Dubai CP approves maternity leave policy
19 January 17
Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed has approved the new maternity leave policy for Dubai Government employees, which extends maternity leave...

Jobless PhD holders
19 January 17
It is an absolute right, rather a duty, of Saudi universities, whether government or private, to attract highly qualified expatriates to become staff members to uplift their educational standards regardless...
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