Monday, May 27, 2024

Now Saudi Arabia Hiring Female Domestic Workers from these Counties

Saudi Arabia’s initiative to hire female domestic workers from countries reflects a significant shift in their approach to labor regulation and protection. By processing employment contracts through the Musaned domestic labor platform, the Saudi Ministry of Human Resources aims to enhance transparency and accountability in the recruitment process.

This move not only streamlines the hiring process but also ensures that both employers and domestic workers understand their rights and duties. The Musaned platform serves as an official recruitment platform, mandating the contracting process for all parties involved. The introduction of an e-unified contract further solidifies the documentation of agreements, providing a layer of protection for both employers and workers.

The emphasis on protecting the rights of domestic laborers demonstrates Saudi Arabia’s commitment to fostering a fair and equitable labor market. By accrediting over 1,000 companies and offices as recruitment facilities, the ministry expands access to legitimate employment opportunities while mitigating the risks associated with informal recruitment practices.

Furthermore, the flexibility and facilitation of transfer operations indicate a responsiveness to the evolving needs of both employers and workers. This adaptability contributes to a more efficient labor market while safeguarding the interests of all stakeholders.

Countries

Philippines

Sri Lanka

Bangladesh

Uganda

Kenya

Ethiopia

Burundi,

Sierra Leone

Tanzania

Gambia.

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