Ministry of HR penalties for the private sector and supporting workers. The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development introduced new penalties for private sector companies for exploitation. These rules are mainly focused on Sanad System and safeguard the workforce in the Kingdom. More details below.
Ministry of HR penalties for private sector and supporting workers
These rights depend on the application of violations and penalties to establishments benefiting from compensation in the Sanad System. It is mentioned that this decision is part of the Ministry’s efforts to support workers in the private sector. And ensure worker’s rights, especially after the effects of the new Coronavirus and to improve. And develop the work environment and maintain the labor market gains from the workforce.
|Description of Violation||Penalties|
|Excluding workers after the compensation period ends||50 thousand riyals (multiply with number of employees)|
|Non-commitment to pay the wages of workers not included in the compensation compensation||10 thousand riyals (multiply with number of employees)|
|Refrain from paying the workers wages after the compensation period ends||20 thousand riyals (multiply with number of employees)|
The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Ahmed bin Sulaiman Alrajhi is taking every step with his team to keep the workforce strong. This will help the Kingdom to bounceback from the economic fallback due to COVID-19 and also help workers.
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