Saudi Arabia will shortly announce domestic labor contracts with insurance


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To make up for the loss of domestic employees who fled the country, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development will shortly announce a plan to acquire contracts for domestic labor at lower rates.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development will soon announce a decision to secure domestic workers contracts at reduced rates, stating that recruitment companies to inform the beneficiaries of the insurance coverage while contracting between the employers and domestic workers. This announcement was made during an interview on Al-Rased program in Al-Ekhbariya channel.

According to the ministry, there will be insurance that protects the recruiter’s rights in the event that a domestic worker runs away, gets sick, dies, or decides not to finish the job. Its cost will also be lower and more reasonable for everyone.

The Ministry declared, “The Insurance will be Part of the Contract, When Contracting with the Recruitment Office to Obtain Domestic Workers, There will be an Insurance Price,” emphasizing that the Insurance Price will be Accessible to Everyone.

  • The Saudi Central Bank is assisting in the completion of the domestic worker insurance application (SAMA).

According to a lawyer, there hasn’t been any legislation to date to protect the rights of those who hire domestic employees, and the Ministry hasn’t offered a remedy either.

Given that he pays the employer for the costs incurred, the individual who violates the contractual arrangement is required to be held accountable. Al-Khouli continued by saying that several administrative agencies and ministries in the Kingdom had been successful in resolving a number of issues that had arisen between employers and employees.

He went on to say that while many systems have evolved, the issue of domestic workers remains unresolved due to a lack of laws or policies that would clearly define their circumstances from recruiting to repatriation.

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