Wages Protection Program reach 16th stage for private sector


Wages Protection Program reach 16th stage for private sector establishments. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development mentioned on 17/08/2020, Sunday. The update said that since the beginning of August, workers ranging 5 to 10 were added in the program. More details below.

Wages Protection Program reach 16th stage for private sector

The Human Resources Ministry emphasized the necessity of the establishments adhering to the program’s controls and raising the wages file on a monthly basis to avoid incurring violations.

It is noteworthy that the program aims to provide an appropriate and safe work environment in the private sector. And establishments can adhere to the requirements of the program according to the procedures described on the Ministry’s website or by visiting the Mudad Platform. (Source: Akhbar 24)

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