Schools sign contracts with teachers for 3,000..and “Al-Ajami” payroll support for a year

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“Previously” reviews the percentages required to localize the private education sector during the first stage


The CEO of Al-Kifah Educational Company, Noura Al-Ajmi, confirmed that the Saudization of jobs in the private education sector, which was approved by the Ministry of Human Resources starting this year, and set a minimum salary ceiling of five thousand riyals, has actually entered into force, explaining that the employee will receive government support for the first year at 2500 riyals, in addition to On the school’s salary, so that the total salary he receives is not less than 5,000 riyals.

Al-Ajmi confirmed in an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel that government support will stop the following year, and the entire salary will be paid by the schools themselves.

Regarding the schools that signed with three thousand teachers this year, Al-Ajmi indicated that the matter is legal, but on the other hand, it will be reflected in the Nitaqat program and Saudization decisions; Because he did not comply with the order issued by the human resources for the minimum wage.

In its first phase, the decision is expected to create a need of up to 8,000 jobs, which will be filled by Saudi males and females who are graduates of universities and colleges, while in three years it will create more than 28,000 new jobs.

The Ministry of Human Resources has set a minimum wage of no less than 5,000 riyals in a 12-month subsidized contract. It indicated that those whose salaries are less than this number will not be counted in the Emiratisation program.

In turn, “Previously” reviews the percentages required to localize the private education sector during the first stage, which came as follows: private education professions for girls 90%, private education professions for boys 60%, international private education professions for girls 80%, and international private education professions for boys 80% .

The Ministry of Human Resources has set the penalties and legal measures that it will take in the event that the facility does not comply with the required Emiratisation percentage, pointing out that the document of the facility incentive program to localize jobs “Nitaqat” approved by Ministerial Resolution No. 4040 to stop the services “change of profession – transfer of services – recruitment,” including Ministerial Resolution No. 1/1/2425 dated 3/6/1434 for the automatically targeted professions of the facility, and to stop the service of renewing work licenses based on what was stated in the Labor Law in Article thirty-five, which permitted refraining from renewing work licenses for the facility in the event that the criteria for Emiratisation are violated In addition to the penalties stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto.

According to the text contained in Article 11 of the Executive Regulations of the Labor Law, if any of the tasks of those nationalized professions are assigned to a non-Saudi worker, directly or indirectly, under any other job title; Penalties for settlement violations stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto, will be applied. Because no matter how different job titles are, the professional description of performing the tasks is the main factor in judging the existence of a violation or not.

At the end of Ramadan, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued a ministerial decision to settle educational jobs in private public education facilities in private schools and international schools for boys and girls “first stage” according to a number of specializations, and in several stages, to be applied Specific rates over three years. The decision aims to increase the percentage of Emiratization in private schools in all disciplines.

The decision is expected to provide 28,000 educational jobs for the sons and daughters of the country in private and international education over the next three years. This decision is in line with the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development’s plan to resettle, increase opportunities for Saudi men and women to participate in the labor market, and support the gross domestic product.

Schools sign contracts with teachers for 3,000… and “Al-Ajami” will support salaries for one year only

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The CEO of Al-Kifah Educational Company, Noura Al-Ajmi, confirmed that the Saudization of jobs in the private education sector approved by the Ministry of Human Resources starting this year, and set a minimum salary ceiling of five thousand riyals, has actually entered into force, explaining that the employee will receive government support for the first year at 2500 riyals, in addition to On the school’s salary, so that the total salary he receives is not less than 5,000 riyals.

Al-Ajmi confirmed in an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel that government support will stop the following year, and the entire salary will be paid by the schools themselves.

Regarding the schools that signed with three thousand teachers this year, Al-Ajmi indicated that the matter is legal, but on the other hand, it will be reflected in the Nitaqat program and Saudization decisions; Because he did not comply with the order issued by the human resources for the minimum wage.

In its first phase, the decision is expected to create a need of up to 8,000 jobs, which will be filled by Saudi males and females who are graduates of universities and colleges, while in three years it will create more than 28,000 new jobs.

The Ministry of Human Resources has set a minimum wage of no less than 5,000 riyals in a 12-month subsidized contract. It indicated that those whose salaries are less than this number will not be counted in the Emiratisation program.

In turn, “Previously” reviews the percentages required to localize the private education sector during the first stage, which came as follows: private education professions for girls 90%, private education professions for boys 60%, international private education professions for girls 80%, and international private education professions for boys 80% .

The Ministry of Human Resources has set the penalties and the legal procedures that it will take in the event that the facility does not comply with the required Emiratisation percentage, pointing out that the document of the facility incentive program to localize jobs “Nitaqat” approved by Ministerial Resolution No. Ministerial Resolution No. 1/1/2425 dated 3/6/1434 for the automatically targeted professions of the facility, and to stop the service of renewing work licenses based on what was stated in the Labor Law in Article thirty-five, which permitted refraining from renewing work licenses for the facility in the event that the criteria for Emiratisation are violated In addition to the penalties stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto.

According to the text contained in Article 11 of the Executive Regulations of the Labor Law, if any of the tasks of those nationalized professions are assigned to a non-Saudi worker, directly or indirectly, under any other job title; Penalties for settlement violations stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto, will be applied. Because no matter how different job titles are, the professional description of the tasks is the main factor in judging the existence of a violation or not.

At the end of Ramadan, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued a ministerial decision to settle educational jobs in private public education facilities in private schools and international schools for boys and girls “first stage” according to a number of specializations, and in several stages, to be applied Specific rates over three years. The decision aims to increase the percentage of Emiratization in private schools in all disciplines.

The decision is expected to provide 28,000 educational jobs for the sons and daughters of the country in private and international education over the next three years. This decision is in line with the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development’s plan to nationalize, increase opportunities for Saudi men and women to participate in the labor market, and support the gross domestic product.

September 17, 2021 – Safar 10, 1443

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“Previously” reviews the percentages required to localize the private education sector during the first stage

The CEO of Al-Kifah Educational Company, Noura Al-Ajmi, confirmed that the Saudization of jobs in the private education sector, which was approved by the Ministry of Human Resources starting this year, and set a minimum salary ceiling of five thousand riyals, has actually entered into force, explaining that the employee will receive government support for the first year at 2500 riyals, in addition to On the school’s salary, so that the total salary he receives is not less than 5,000 riyals.

Al-Ajmi confirmed in an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel that government support will stop the following year, and the entire salary will be paid by the schools themselves.

Regarding the schools that signed with three thousand teachers this year, Al-Ajmi indicated that the matter is legal, but on the other hand, it will be reflected in the Nitaqat program and Saudization decisions; Because he did not comply with the order issued by the human resources for the minimum wage.

In its first phase, the decision is expected to create a need of up to 8,000 jobs, which will be filled by Saudi males and females who are graduates of universities and colleges, while in three years it will create more than 28,000 new jobs.

The Ministry of Human Resources has set a minimum wage of no less than 5,000 riyals in a 12-month subsidized contract. It indicated that those whose salaries are less than this number will not be counted in the Emiratisation program.

In turn, “Previously” reviews the percentages required to localize the private education sector during the first stage, which came as follows: private education professions for girls 90%, private education professions for boys 60%, international private education professions for girls 80%, and international private education professions for boys 80% .

The Ministry of Human Resources has set the penalties and legal measures that it will take in the event that the facility does not comply with the required Emiratisation percentage, pointing out that the document of the facility incentive program to localize jobs “Nitaqat” approved by Ministerial Resolution No. 4040 to stop the services “change of profession – transfer of services – recruitment,” including Ministerial Resolution No. 1/1/2425 dated 3/6/1434 for the automatically targeted professions of the facility, and to stop the service of renewing work licenses based on what was stated in the Labor Law in Article thirty-five, which permitted refraining from renewing work licenses for the facility in the event that the criteria for Emiratisation are violated In addition to the penalties stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto.

According to the text contained in Article 11 of the Executive Regulations of the Labor Law, if any of the tasks of those nationalized professions are assigned to a non-Saudi worker, directly or indirectly, under any other job title; The penalties for settlement violations stipulated in Ministerial Resolution No. 178743 dated 27/9/1440 AH, and any amendments thereto, will be applied. Because no matter how different job titles are, the professional description of performing the tasks is the main factor in judging the existence of a violation or not.

At the end of Ramadan, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued a ministerial decision to settle educational jobs in private public education facilities in private schools and international schools for boys and girls “first stage” according to a number of specializations, and in several stages, to be applied Specific rates over three years. The decision aims to increase the percentage of Emiratization in private schools in all disciplines.

The decision is expected to provide 28,000 educational jobs for the sons and daughters of the country in private and international education over the next three years. This decision is in line with the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development’s plan to nationalize, increase opportunities for Saudi men and women to participate in the labor market, and support the gross domestic product.





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