Monday, 14 March 2011

Better rules for hiring Indonesian Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia

New rules for hiring Indonesian migrant workers, including domestic workers, have come into effect. These rules include some that are stronger than even International laws call for, such as a full address and map of the empolyers' house and a family card detailing the number of people in the family, it also includes letter of good conduct from the police and a list of those people they have previously employed. UFDWR also likes that the employers must make a written statement saying that they will treat the workers properly according to their human rights.

For details see news articles:

New Indonesian Rules on Domestics Irk Saudis

Work Agreement between Indonesian Migrant Workers and Saudi Arabia Becomes Effective

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