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Gulf workers bearing all recruitment costs
12 April 17
South Asian migrants working in the multibillion dollar construction industry in Arab Gulf countries are shouldering the costs of their own recruitment fees while companies and their clients are reaping....

12 initiatives to increase women employment
11 April 17
The remote employment and work from home program will help increase female representation in the workforce to 28 percent by 2020 through 12 initiatives, according to Amal Shaqir, consultant of...

Call for joint action to tackle challenges facing ALO
10 April 17
The State of Qatar is taking part in the 44th Session of the Arab Labour Conference, which kicked off in Cairo yesterday, with a delegation headed by H E Dr...

Vision 2030 aims to increase job opportunities in the recreation sector
10 April 17
Strengthening the recreation sector in line with Saudi Vision 2030 will contribute to providing more job opportunities and decreasing unemployment....

Al-Sabeeh calls for mustering efforts to face developments in Arab World
10 April 17
Kuwait on Sunday called for mobilizing efforts to counter changes and developments sweeping the Arab World, through a common Arab vision....

Expats running from pillar to post to benefit from amnesty
5 April 17
Thousands of expatriate workers with expired resident IDs (iqamas) or those who have not been issued iqamas because their employers have been placed in the red category of the Saudization...

Over a million housemaid visas issued last year
5 April 17
As many as 1,089,342 housemaid recruitment visas were issued through the Musaned electronic portal in 2016, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development has announced....

Pakistan Embassy working full throttle to help countrymen leave under amnesty
4 April 17
The Pakistani Embassy in Riyadh is helping the Saudi government with the 90-day amnesty period to allow illegal residents to leave the country without fines, and with a chance to...

No social security for disabled people with SR4,000 in monthly income
3 April 17
People with special needs who earn more than SR4,000 in monthly income will not be eligible for social security assistance, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development has announced....

New move to create 25,000 jobs for Saudi pharmacists
3 April 17
The move by the Ministry of Labor and Social Development to Saudize the pharmacy sector is expected to create 25,000 jobs for Saudi pharmacists....
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