We can call the Saudi society the name of the youth society, as youth under the age of 30 constitute the largest proportion of the Kingdom's population. This makes them an essential basis for economic and societal transformation in all fields. The exceptional capabilities of young people and their constant ambition for positive change constitute a great force for the success of the Kingdom's Vision 2030. It is not surprising that young people (of both sexes) are more optimistic about the goals of Vision 2030 and are involved in its programs. Belief in visions and huge strategic projects always requires a deep understanding of their components, and building bridges of knowledge in their minute details, in a way that enhances confidence in their goals and those in charge of them.
Job incentives program for the non-profit sector
Among the efforts of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development in the workforce rehabilitation initiative; The "Job Incentives for the Non-Profit Sector" program comes to achieve a great integration between human resources goals and social development goals, as the program contributes to generating thousands of attractive qualitative jobs that maintain superior competencies and attract more of them to the non-profit sector, and then these competencies contribute – In turn - in empowering the sector and improving the work environment in it so that it becomes more capable of generating attractive qualitative jobs.
The Ministry was keen to launch the “Program for Job Incentives for the Non-Profit Sector” to contribute to achieving several strategic goals, the most important of which are:
Contribute to reducing unemployment and creating thousands of new job opportunities.
Deepening the impact of non-profit organizations, and raising the level of their contribution to the GDP from 0.6% to 5% in accordance with the objectives of the Kingdom's Vision 2030.
Increasing women's participation in the non-profit sector.
The Ministry carried out a comprehensive study to identify job incentives needed for the non-profit sector, and came up with a lengthy list of 39 incentives. Focus was placed on the top ten priority incentives. Accordingly, the "Program of Job Incentives for the Non-Profit Sector" was launched, with the aim of developing an applicable regulatory framework. These incentives can include some of these benefits:
- Flexible work incentive: Work flexibility arrangements in terms of place, time, days, and others.
- Competitive leave incentive: Competitive policies covering different types of work leave.
- Diversified Employment Contracts Catalyst: Providing several types of attractive employment contracts for different categories of employees, which take into account the nature of their relationship, which contributes to raising the level of job security and attracting distinguished talents.
- Motivator for performance appraisal and payment interview: Professional evaluation of employee performance, and its reflection with advantages and returns on the employee and the organization.
- Health insurance catalyst: Improving insurance and health care coverage, and providing competitive and attractive benefits.
- Pension Incentive: Provide multiple options for the pension system within the social insurance.
- Career Paths Catalyst and Professional Development: Designing career paths on professional bases to ensure professional development commensurate with job competencies, activating training programs for them, and organizing secondment and rotation of employees inside and outside the sector.
- Financing Facilities Incentive: Facilitating obtaining financing facilities from banks, including, for example, housing, car, personal financing, and others.
- Daycare Incentive: Providing appropriate support for daycare in the form of cash allowances, or directly within the organisations.
- Catalyst for improving the work environment and culture: Providing integrated solutions to improve the work environment and culture in non-profit organizations, taking into account the workplace, proper planning, policies and procedural guides, developing the level of transparency and accountability, measuring the social impact of the organization, and so on.
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Government employment system for young people
This system enables job seekers, who are Saudi citizens, to register their personal data, qualifications, and work experience, and attach the necessary documents. In addition to providing the electronic application service for vacancies that are announced by government agencies, and are compatible with their qualifications and specializations. After that, the data is automatically matched and verified, and then this data is passed through the automated filtering system, after which the nomination points for all applicants are displayed on the advertisement, along with their desires for jobs, in addition to the jobs for which they were nominated. This system includes two services, “Jadarah” and “Saed”, where the first targets holders of a bachelor’s degree or above, and the second service targets job seekers for supporting jobs.
Youth and Volunteer Work
The volunteer work is the feature of vital societies for its role in activating the powers of society and enriching the country with the achievements and hands of its sons. From this point, MHRSD supported the establishment of a Saudi initiative for volunteer work that provides a safe environment, which serves and regulates the relationship between the entities providing volunteer opportunities and volunteers in the Kingdom. Through the same, MHRSD aims to:
Easy access to the volunteer opportunities by the volunteers.
Obtain notifications regarding volunteer opportunities according to the volunteer's interests.
Monitor and document volunteering hours.
Provide specialized volunteer opportunities that have social and economic influence.
MHRSD established and activated departments for managing volunteer in NPOs, where such departments are competent with determining NPO's volunteer requirements, providing volunteer opportunities for them, attracting and employing volunteers according to their capabilities and NPO's requirements and providing opportunities. In addition, the department qualifies and trains the volunteers as per the task, monitors them during performance, honors them and publishes their achievements after undertaking volunteer work. This initiative also includes setting and standardizing regulations and manuals, enhancing concept of specialized volunteer to contribute to engaging those experienced and specialized in related organizations and in a manner that contributes to meet the requirements and enabling them more. This initiative also integrates with the training programs in Human Resources Development Fund "HRDF" to empower the volunteers.
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