MHRSD has launched a contractual relationship enhancement initiative to improve contractual relationships
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development unified workplace regulations set out various controls pertaining to the work environment and facility requirements within the private sector.
Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Decision No. 686 of 1442 H issues saudisation requirements within the engineering profession.
Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Resolution No. 142906, dated 13.08.1441 H (May 2020), amends Article 27 of the implementing regulations to the Labour Law (last issued in January 2019).
In the past month, there have been several labour and employment law developments, chief among them: i) adding a new clause to the Labour Law and ii) various measures have been put in place in order to tackle the impact resulting from COVID-19
The resolution, which came into effect on 1 January 2020, outlines various minimum requirements by employers who require their employees to work between the hours of 11pm and 6am.
The government recently issued a resolution wherein the yellow rated band within the Nitaqat programme will cease to exist from 26 January 2020. Any companies currently in Yellow will be automatically moved to the Red band and will be considered non-compliant until ratings are improved
The amendments pertain to the settlement of labour violations and, in particular, extend the timeframes set out under Article 38 of the Executive Regulations dealing with the procedure involved in settling outstanding penalties imposed by the court
The resolution sets out requirements for employers to comply with in order to prevent and tackle behavioural abuse within the workplace. The resolution comes into force on 21/2/1441, corresponding to 20 October 2019
The resolution sets out the categories of visas available