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HR Ministry calls for comments on the proposed amendments to the labor system

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HR Ministry calls for comments on the proposed amendments to the labor system. The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Ahmed Al-Rajhi, called for comments on the proposed amendments to the labor system.

HR Ministry calls for comments on the proposed amendments to the labor system

Al-Rajhi said that the system aims to contribute to the development, support, and reform of the labor market to develop the private sector and create an ideal work environment in a way that contributes to achieving the Ministry’s objectives and the labor market strategy in light of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision

Source: AKHBAR.


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