Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Commission (HRC) has presented new guidelines for expat domestic workers, saudi media announced yesterday.
“HRC has presented new related legally binding, financial related and wellbeing rights for the household laborers in Saudi Arabia,” the commission said on Twitter.
The rights commission clarified that it was “not allowed” to utilize maids/house workers in work that “undermines their wellbeing, security or poise.”
HRC affirmed that the residential laborers were qualified for “end-of-service benefits”, focusing on that they were additionally qualified for a “week by week rest day” and giving “paid debilitated leave for one month every year”.
As per official information, there were 2.5 million residential laborers in Saudi Arabia toward the finish of the second quarter of 2018.