العمالة المنزلية اكبر موقع يخدم مكاتب الاستقدام ومكاتب الخدمات للتسويق عن الغير استقدام
Thousands of foreign women work as domestic servants in Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, these women are subject to discrimination and are not paid well. The report by the American Democratic Human Rights Commission (ADHRC) reveals that the Saudi system is highly biased and does not provide equal employment opportunities to non-citizen workers. It also shows that the work conditions are often abusive and that workers are frequently subjected to sexual harassment and gender-based harassment.
While the government is taking steps to protect Saudi workers, its current labor laws are still allowing migrant domestic workers to change jobs without their consent. However, this is not a complete solution. The new employment law in Saudi Arabia requires that employers attend two hearings and pay a penalty. There is no legal way to enforce the rights of migrant workers in Saudi Arabia. The new law does not ensure the safety of migrant workers.
Currently, Saudi women are unable to prove that they are being abused or exploited. They are often beaten, humiliated, and sexually assaulted by their employers. They are also unable to leave the country without the approval of their sponsors. Therefore, Saudi citizens will continue to abuse female domestic workers until it is too late. Even if the Saudi government enacts reforms and introduces new laws, these policies are likely to remain in place in the foreseeable future.
In addition to the above laws, Saudi women should have more freedom to choose the type of domestic employment they desire. There are many ways to find employment in Saudi Arabia, and a better solution is to hire more local workers. For instance, Saudi women should not be forced to perform domestic work for wealthy individuals. Instead, they should work in places where women are not employed. This will ensure that these women are not deprived of their rights.
There are many other laws that must be enforced in order to make domestic labor in Saudi Arabia more humane. Despite the fact that Saudi women do not have equal rights, they must be paid as a result of their job. Furthermore, they should be required to respect the employer’s privacy and confidentiality. For example, women must not violate the rights of the employer, or violate the dignity of his or her family.
The Saudi government is also not doing enough to protect women. Women must be free to claim their rights and not have to work illegally. They should be able to stay in the country, but they cannot prove that they were sexually assaulted or abused. If you want to work legally, you should be allowed to tell your employer that you are working illegally. If you are being abused or overworked, you can’t leave the country.