SDG8: DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Saudi Arabia has enacted robust labor laws to safeguard the rights and interests of employees, both Saudi citizens and international workers. The labor laws are designed to ensure fair and just treatment, promoting a conducive work environment. The key aspects of the labor law in Saudi Arabia include regulations on working hours, leaves, wages, termination procedures, and workplace safety.
Majmaah University, as a prominent institution in the Kingdom, adheres to and upholds the labor laws, fostering a workplace environment that prioritizes the well-being and rights of its employees. The university recognizes the significance of fair employment practices in maintaining a motivated and productive workforce.
The labor law in Saudi Arabia stipulates standard working hours, overtime regulations, and provisions for annual leave, sick leave, and other types of authorized absences. These regulations are crucial in ensuring a work-life balance for employees, promoting their physical and mental well-being.
Wage protection is another fundamental aspect of labor law, with regulations in place to ensure timely payment of salaries and benefits. This not only guarantees financial security for employees but also contributes to their job satisfaction and commitment.
In terms of termination procedures, the labor law outlines the legal requirements and procedures for ending employment contracts, safeguarding the rights of both employers and employees. The law emphasizes due process and fairness in handling termination cases.
Workplace safety is a paramount concern addressed by the labor law, with strict regulations in place to ensure a safe and healthy working environment. Majmaah University complies with these regulations, implementing safety measures and protocols to protect the well-being of its employees.
For international employees working at Majmaah University, the institution follows all relevant regulations pertaining to their employment rights, including visa sponsorship, residence permits, and adherence to international labor standards. The university strives to create an inclusive and diverse environment, fostering cultural exchange and collaboration among its workforce.
Majmaah University's commitment to its employees goes beyond legal compliance. The university promotes professional development, offers training opportunities, and encourages a supportive and collaborative work culture. By aligning with the principles of the labor law, Majmaah University contributes to creating a positive and equitable work environment for its diverse workforce.
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Under the guidance of His Excellency the Dean of the College of Science and Human Studies in Ghat, Dr. Omar bin Muhammad Al-Omar, and the follow-up of His Excellency the Vice Dean for Development and Quality, Dr. Ali bin Abdul Karim Al-Saawi, the College honored the distinguished employees in the College for the first semester, where His Excellency the Dean of the College handed over certificates of excellence to those who obtained high evaluation grades, namely:
From the Student Section:
- Mr. Fahad Al-Madas - Mr. Obaid Al-Sulaimi
From the female section:
- A. Batla Al-Adhedan
In conclusion, His Excellency the Dean of the College praised the good efforts of the winning employees and urged them to continue excellence and giving.
* Follow up the requests of the Deanship employees and its procedures
* Editing and printing letters belonging to the employees of the Deanship
* Save all decisions issued by the Deanship administration in its own files and follow up on their implementation
* Save and retrieve all documents for the employees of the Deanship
* Making statistics and statements about the employees of the Deanship
* Editing the leave decisions of all employees of the Deanship and raising the direct after the leave
* Carrying out the work assigned to him by the Director of the Deanship.