Posted by : Aahil Shaik Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Employer should bear these all Fees of an Expat worker, As per Article 40 of Saudi Labor Law


The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MHRSD) in Saudi Arabia revealed what all the things the employers should bear of an expat worker. Trending Video : Cases in which expat worker can transfer his job without employer approval

According to Article 40 of Saudi Labor Law, the employer should bear all the following for a non-Saudi or expat worker.

1. All the recruitment fee for bringing an expat worker to Saudi Arabia.

2. Fee of issuing Iqama (residence permit) and Work permit.

3. Fees of Iqama renewal, work permit and the fines resulting from delaying it. Related : Iqama renewal and work permit renewal fee

4. Fees of changing Iqama profession.

5. Fees of Exit Re-Entry visa.

6. A flight ticket for the worker to return to his home country after the end of their contractual relationship.

* If a worker is unable to work or decides to return home without a good reason, he or she is responsible for the expenditures associated with doing so.

* When a worker wants to transfer his services to another employer, the new employer is responsible for paying the job transfer fees. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia announces National Day holiday

* In case of a deceased worker, unless the worker is buried in the Kingdom with the consent of his family, the employer is responsible for the costs associated with preparing and transporting a deceased employee's body to the area where the contract was signed or where the employee was recruited. If the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) does so, the employer is relieved from responsibility.

Employer should bear these all Fees of an Expat worker, As per Article 40 of Saudi Labor Law -

Powered by Blogger.