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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

BANK ACCOUNT FOR DOMESTIC WORKERS PLAN TO LAUNCH BY SAUDI LABOR MINISTRY

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Sunday announced the launch of a plan to open bank accounts for domestic workers to guarantee they get their entitlements in terms of wages and their protection. April 12, 2017 when President Duterte visited Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. a home for almost 800,000 OFWs who are away from their families  to provide better future for their own loved ones. Bank for OFWs is one of the anticipated program of the 'Bagong Bayani" where ease of sending their remittances is expected. The plan aims to protect the rights of the parties in the contractual relationship between domestic workers and their employers, improve the domestic working environment, increase job security and enhance the principles of rights in the Kingdom, said ministry spokesman Khaled Abu Al-Khail.  The plan will force employers to electronically document labor contracts via the Musaned website (www.musaned.gov.sa), identify monthly wages for each worker and open bank accounts for domestic workers, he added. You can register your information in www.musaned.gov.sa         He urged the ministry’s clients to report any violations or problems regarding domestic workers through official channels, such as the communications center for client services at the number 19911.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Sunday announced the launch of a plan to open bank accounts for domestic workers to guarantee they get their entitlements in 
terms of wages and their protection.











April 12, 2017 when President Duterte visited Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, home for almost a million OFWs who are away from their families to provide better future for their own loved ones. Bank for OFWs is one of the anticipated program of the 'Bagong Bayani" where cheaper fees and ease of sending their remittances is expected.

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Sunday announced the launch of a plan to open bank accounts for domestic workers to guarantee they get their entitlements in terms of wages and their protection. April 12, 2017 when President Duterte visited Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. a home for almost 800,000 OFWs who are away from their families  to provide better future for their own loved ones. Bank for OFWs is one of the anticipated program of the 'Bagong Bayani" where ease of sending their remittances is expected. The plan aims to protect the rights of the parties in the contractual relationship between domestic workers and their employers, improve the domestic working environment, increase job security and enhance the principles of rights in the Kingdom, said ministry spokesman Khaled Abu Al-Khail.  The plan will force employers to electronically document labor contracts via the Musaned website (www.musaned.gov.sa), identify monthly wages for each worker and open bank accounts for domestic workers, he added. You can register your information in www.musaned.gov.sa         He urged the ministry’s clients to report any violations or problems regarding domestic workers through official channels, such as the communications center for client services at the number 19911.
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It may soon be mandatory for all firms in the kingdom to open bank accounts for their domestic workers.
 
The plan aims to protect the rights of the parties in the contractual relationship between domestic workers and their employers, improve the domestic working environment, increase job security and enhance the principles of rights in the Kingdom, said ministry spokesman Khaled Abu Al-Khail.

The plan will force employers to electronically document labor contracts via the Musaned website (www.musaned.gov.sa), identify monthly wages for each worker and open bank accounts for domestic workers, he added.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Sunday announced the launch of a plan to open bank accounts for domestic workers to guarantee they get their entitlements in terms of wages and their protection. April 12, 2017 when President Duterte visited Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. a home for almost 800,000 OFWs who are away from their families  to provide better future for their own loved ones. Bank for OFWs is one of the anticipated program of the 'Bagong Bayani" where ease of sending their remittances is expected. The plan aims to protect the rights of the parties in the contractual relationship between domestic workers and their employers, improve the domestic working environment, increase job security and enhance the principles of rights in the Kingdom, said ministry spokesman Khaled Abu Al-Khail.  The plan will force employers to electronically document labor contracts via the Musaned website (www.musaned.gov.sa), identify monthly wages for each worker and open bank accounts for domestic workers, he added. You can register your information in www.musaned.gov.sa         He urged the ministry’s clients to report any violations or problems regarding domestic workers through official channels, such as the communications center for client services at the number 19911.
 
You can register your information through the website  www.musaned.gov.sa 


He urged the ministry’s clients to report any violations or problems regarding domestic workers through official channels, such as the communications center for client services at the number 19911.
 Source: Arabnews


The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Sunday announced the launch of a plan to open bank accounts for domestic workers to guarantee they get their entitlements in terms of wages and their protection. April 12, 2017 when President Duterte visited Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. a home for almost 800,000 OFWs who are away from their families  to provide better future for their own loved ones. Bank for OFWs is one of the anticipated program of the 'Bagong Bayani" where ease of sending their remittances is expected. The plan aims to protect the rights of the parties in the contractual relationship between domestic workers and their employers, improve the domestic working environment, increase job security and enhance the principles of rights in the Kingdom, said ministry spokesman Khaled Abu Al-Khail.  The plan will force employers to electronically document labor contracts via the Musaned website (www.musaned.gov.sa), identify monthly wages for each worker and open bank accounts for domestic workers, he added. You can register your information in www.musaned.gov.sa         He urged the ministry’s clients to report any violations or problems regarding domestic workers through official channels, such as the communications center for client services at the number 19911.


  1. What are the communication channels with the Ministry of Labor?
    • Customer Service Center: 19911
    • The website www.mol.gov.sa:
    • Social Networking Sites (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube)
    • Labor offices
     

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