‘Saudization’ plan rolled out in key areas in Al-Baha
The move will come into action on January 14 2022
Image used for illustrative purpose. Illegal immigrant workers cover their heads from the heat as they wait in line at the Saudi immigration offices at the Alisha area, west of Riyadh, in this file photo.
By Staff Writer, Arab News
Riyadh: Sales outlets in the Al-Baha region will be required to only employ Saudi citizens, under plans announced by the Minister of Human Resources.
The move will come into action on January 14 2022, as a part of the country’s ‘Saudization’ plan, and will see 10 other sectors in the area also required to abide by the scheme.
These include electrical appliances, plastic materials, soap and detergents, water, food and beverages.
The announcement excluded professions of cleaning, loading/unloading, and driving.
Cafes will also have a 'Saudization' quota of 50 percent, while restaurants will have a target of 40 percent.
This comes following the recent announcement by the Crown Prince on Sunday, to launch strategic offices to drive development in three key regions of Al-Baha, Al-Jouf, and Jazan.
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