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Labor and Social Development" revokes the licenses of three recruitment offices and stops the services of 52 other offices

Publication date: 21 September 2022 - 25 Safar 1444
"العمل والتنمية الاجتماعية" تلغي تراخيص 3 مكاتب استقدام وتوقف خدمات 52 مكتباً آخراً

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development abolished the licensing of 3 recruitment offices for violations of the rules of recruitment. They also withdrew their bank guarantees if they failed to pay their obligations to customers. In addition, the services provided to them by the Ministry and related parties were suspended. Recruitment, to commit a number of irregularities. In this context, the official spokesman of the Ministry, Khaled Abaakhal, confirmed that these decisions are an extension of ongoing decisions against violators from the offices and recruitment companies. In the last two years, 29 importation offices have been revoked and the license of an importing company has been revoked. The bank guarantee has been withdrawn from 14 The rights of customers, as a result of several offenses, including: granting third parties the right to use the license directly or indirectly, and the inability or failure of the Office to pay its contractual obligations with its customers. The Spokesman pointed to the ministry's keenness to follow up the work of the recruitment offices and companies and to stand in the field on their sites to verify their compliance with the regulations and to monitor irregularities and fines, in order to achieve compliance and stability of the recruitment market and free of violations, On the quality of services provided to customers. In order to safeguard the rights of clients, ensure justice and enforce regulations and penalize violators, Abaalikh called on all clients to report any irregularities or problems encountered in recruitment through the official channels of communication, whether through the Call Center for Customer Service (19911) Or through branches of labor offices spread throughout the Kingdom.

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