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More than 2000 work regulations violations found by HR Ministry

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More than 2000 work regulations violations found by HR Ministry. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development said that it carried out more than 21,000 inspection visits to ensure that facilities adhere to labor market decisions and regulations, during the past week.

More than 2000 work regulations violations found by HR Ministry

The ministry stated that its teams seized about 2040 violations of work regulations and 166 violations of the precautionary measures, while more than 2000 warnings were directed to many establishments.

Hr Ministry stressed that it will continue to implement surprise inspection rounds on all private sector facilities to monitor and control any violations, stressing the need for everyone to adhere to the regulations to avoid penalties and fines.


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