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BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Labor and Social Development approved the reduction of working hours, or any other precautionary measures that limit the effects of the pandemic.
Fragomen
The new law is expected to standardize employment contracts, which should make employment terms more transparent.
STA Law Firm
The Consultative Assembly of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, also known as Majlis ash-Shura or Shura Council (the Council), met on 7 May 2019
Dentons
In general, any non-GCC investment in Saudi Arabia resulting in ownership of a Saudi-registered entity requires approval of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) ...
Dentons
Saudi Arabia's bankruptcy and insolvency law regime has been governed by two regulations, the earliest dating back to 1930.
Dentons
The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) is the local body responsible for investigating violations of the Combating Bribery Law (CBL) and referring such violations for prosecution.
Dentons
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MOL) is discussing a potential new employment system for Saudi employees named "Flexible Work" (Flexible Work).
Clyde & Co
Managing employee performance is a key concern for every employer.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Understanding employment law in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is important for any business operating in, or seeking to enter, the Saudi market.
Clyde & Co
On 25 of Thul Hija 1437 (Hijra calendar), the Council of Ministers passed Resolution Numbers 551 and 552 which became effective on 30 of Thul Hija and 1 of Muharram respectively.
Clyde & Co
Five years from the introduction of the Nitiqat system, the Ministry of Labour has announced the implementation of 'weighted Nitiqat' which is designed to promote quality employment for Saudi nationals.
Dentons
New regulations were also issued by the Minister of Labour this year and became effective on 1 January 2016.
Dentons
As was described in our September 2015 KSA Update, the Saudi Arabian authorities recently made the decision to further liberalize the wholesale and retail trade sector.
Dentons
The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), which is an affiliate of the Ministry of Labor (MOL), has proposed a new system to reward companies who meet the Saudization requirements with incentives.
Dentons
Saudi Arabia seeks to draw investors to help reduce its reliance on oil exports and aims to facilitate foreign companies' investment in its market.
Dentons
The Saudi Arabian Labor Law provides that employees shall be entitled to 21 days of paid leave annually, to be increased to 25 days upon completion of five years of service with the employer.
Dentons
The MoCI warned practitioners of real estate valuation from carrying on their profession without obtaining a temporary membership from the Saudi Authority for Accredited Valuers (the Authority) authorizing them to do so.
Dentons
Earlier this year, the Council of Ministers and the Shoura Council approved the adoption of a new Companies Law that would completely replace the existing Regulations for Companies.
Dentons
Under Saudi Arabian law, the employment relationship between employer and employee is governed comprehensively by the Labor and Workmen's Law (the Labor Law).
Dentons
Under Saudi Arabian law, the employment relationship between employer and employee is governed comprehensively by the Labor and Workmen's Law (the Labor Law).
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