Arco Saudi Arabia signed 6 labor agreements worth 27 billion riyals with Turkey, Indonesia, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan aimed at recruiting half a million workers, both male and female, to meet the needs of the current market and future expansion.
These agreements came on the sidelines of previous official ministerial visits by Minister of Commerce and Information Minister-designate Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi, and Minister of Investment Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al-Faleh to these countries.
The agreements aim to reach 400,000 workers from Thailand and Indonesia by 2030, serving all business sectors in the Kingdom for all activities and professions, according to Al-Riyadh newspaper.
These agreements also aim to bring in 100,000 male and female workers from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan over the next seven years.
The agreements contribute to creating an attractive practical environment for local and international human resource companies to attract qualified human resources, whether in the professions of domestic workers or professions needed by business owners, thanks to the significant improvements made to many labor regulations, laws and legislation that guarantee all rights to everyone who works in the resource market. Saudi humanity, which has become comparable to and ahead of many countries in the world.
It is noteworthy that the human resources market in the Kingdom has recently witnessed a significant increase in demand after the Corona pandemic, as well as after the announcement of many huge projects related to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, and requires great efforts by human resource companies in providing specialized manpower in various fields.