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Thursday, May 09, 2019

More Retrenchments Of Expat Workers In Saudi Arabia


More overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and other foreign workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is now in the brink of losing their jobs as the Saudi government intensifies saudization.


The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), in a new statement, said the Saudi government announced that they will no longer issue renewals of residency permits for foreigners in 35 professions.

The new Saudi policy will also lead to the termination of employment and deportation of foreigner workers with age 35 to 54 in the said categories.



More overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and other foreign workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is now in the brink of losing their jobs as the Saudi government intensifies saudization.      The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), in a new statement, said the Saudi government announced that they will no longer issue renewals of residency permits for foreigners in 35 professions.    The new Saudi policy will also lead to the termination of employment and deportation of foreigner workers with age 35 to 54 in the said categories.        Ads  More overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and other expatriates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) looms as the Saudi government intensifies the nationalization of its workforce.  In a news statement, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said the Saudi government announced it would stop the renewal of residency permits for foreigners in 35 professions.  The new Saudi policy will also lead to the termination of employment and deportation of foreigners aged between 35 to 54 in the said categories.  “The move will give the opportunity for young Saudi graduates to work in the Kingdom and end the prevailing unemployment crisis,” POEA said.  The new Saudi policy will cover the following jobs:   purchasing officer;   dealer of auto shows;   information recorder;   central commissar;   housing supervisor;   secretary;   customer accountant;   a debt collector;   written functions;   tour guide;   pharmacist;   assistant pharmacist;   medical secretary;   financial references;   administrative clerk;   and related jobs.  storekeeper;   prospecting;  support staff;   human-resources officer;   personnel manager;   receptionists;   employees in employees units;   treasurer;  references to government departments;   security guard;   administrative manager;   librarian;   training manager;   purchasing manager;   bookseller;   mail dispenser;   and administrative assistant.    Ads      (Skip to 15:29 for the related news)    Sponsored Links   Since 2017, the Saudi government has been trying to put a limit on its dependency to expat workers.    Based on data collected by the POEA, the deployment of OFWs in KSA has been decreasing since 2016. From 460,121 workers, it dived to 433,567 in 2017. In 2018, there were 178,990 new OFWs deployed in Saudi Arabia.    The Department of Labor And Employment and OWWA assures that they will give livelihood assistance to the affected OFWs.

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More overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and other expatriates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) looms as the Saudi government intensifies the nationalization of its workforce.

In a news statement, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said the Saudi government announced it would stop the renewal of residency permits for foreigners in 35 professions.

The new Saudi policy will also lead to the termination of employment and deportation of foreigners aged between 35 to 54 in the said categories.

“The move will give the opportunity for young Saudi graduates to work in the Kingdom and end the prevailing unemployment crisis,” POEA said.

The new Saudi policy will cover the following jobs:

 purchasing officer; 
dealer of auto shows; 
information recorder; 
central commissar;
 housing supervisor; 
secretary; 
customer accountant;
 a debt collector; 
written functions; 
tour guide; 
pharmacist;
 assistant pharmacist; 
medical secretary; 
financial references; 
administrative clerk;
 and related jobs.
 storekeeper; 

prospecting;
support staff;
 human-resources officer; 
personnel manager; 
receptionists;
 employees in employees units;
 treasurer;
references to government departments; 
security guard; 
administrative manager; 
librarian;
 training manager; 
purchasing manager; 
bookseller;
 mail dispenser;
 and administrative assistant.

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 Since 2017, the Saudi government has been trying to put a limit on its dependency to expat workers.

Based on data collected by the POEA, the deployment of OFWs in KSA has been decreasing since 2016. From 460,121 workers, it dived to 433,567 in 2017. In 2018, there were 178,990 new OFWs deployed in Saudi Arabia.

The Department of Labor And Employment and OWWA assures that they will give livelihood assistance to the affected OFWs.
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