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Sunday, April 23, 2017

PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION BY THE EMPLOYER- SAUDI ARABIA


OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer.    Penalties for Violation by the Employer      A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both.      If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.     If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.     The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.   Domestic Labor Rights Day Off The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day  Weekly Rest The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract Medical Care Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.
OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer. 

 
OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer.    Penalties for Violation by the Employer      A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both.      If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.     If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.     The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.   Domestic Labor Rights Day Off The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day  Weekly Rest The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract Medical Care Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.

 Penalties for Violation by the Employer

  1. A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both. 
  2. If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.
  3. If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.
  4. The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.

OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer.    Penalties for Violation by the Employer      A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both.      If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.     If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.     The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.   Domestic Labor Rights Day Off The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day  Weekly Rest The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract Medical Care Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.
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 Ofw in kuwait who was tortured by her employer.

OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer.    Penalties for Violation by the Employer      A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both.      If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.     If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.     The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.   Domestic Labor Rights Day Off The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day  Weekly Rest The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract Medical Care Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.
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OFW lost her mind after trauma possibly caused by abuse.


OFW's abroad are suffering from the pain of being apart from their family in the Philippines. But that isn't the only thing to consider, most of the time they are the ones being prone to be abused by their employer.    Penalties for Violation by the Employer      A fine not exceeding two thousand Riyals, or being prevented from recruiting for one year, or both.      If the violation is repeated, the employer will be punished by a fine of not less than two thousand riyals, and not exceeding five thousand riyals, or prohibited from recruiting for three years, or both.     If the violation is repeated for the third time, the relative committee may prevent the violator from recruitment.     The penalty shall multiply by multiplicity of violations proved against the employer.   Domestic Labor Rights Day Off The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day  Weekly Rest The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract Medical Care Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.
Photo credit: Google images
OFWs who sought help through sending videos in Facebook

The domestic labor shall be allowed to enjoy a daily rest for at least nine hours a day

 Weekly Rest
The domestic labor may get one day off per week, based on the agreement of the parties in the contract

Medical Care
Medical Care shall be provided to the domestic labor in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced in the Kingdom. The domestic labor shall be entitled for a paid sick leave not exceeding thirty days per year upon a medical report proving his/her need for the sick leave.


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