Aug 25 2011
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'A fifth of Saudi Companies Likely to Fall Under the 'Red' Zone' says Saudi Minister of Labour
According to the Minister of Labour one in five private companies operating in Saudi are a long way away from meeting the Saudization targets. The curb in renewing visas of red zone company employees' builds worry and fear as people panic about their job security. At the same time the companies in the premium and green zones will enjoy numerous incentives and benefits from September 10th for their efforts in implementing the Nitaqat program.
At this critical juncture companies are looking to hire qualified local workforce to ensure their compliance and move to the green zone. Developing a long term sustainable Saudization program within the organization is currently on top of the agenda of many companies.
"The event will provide an opportunity to examine local best practices in the area of Saudization and a unique networking to share relevant experience of senior HR professional from local and regional major corporations" Dr. Mohamed Moustafa Mahmoud, Advisor to the Minister of Labour quoted.
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