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Labour & Employment Law in Saudi Arabia (Online Training) Training Course | HR Training Course

Labour & Employment Law in Saudi Arabia (Online Training)

Course Director
Natalie Jones | Course Director
Natalie Jones


Education Partners
PwC Legal (PWC) | Education Partner – Informa Middle East

Overview

Duration: Three sessions of 90 minutes with two 30-minute breaks
Timings: 10:30 to 16:00 GST

The labour market in Saudi Arabia is the largest and most heavily regulated in the region.

There are serious legal, regulatory, financial and reputational consequences for companies which fail to comply with their obligations under KSA law. This course will give attendees a thorough understanding of those obligations and the laws and regulations applicable to employment matters in the Kingdom, which is a prerequisite for all business owners, senior executives, managers, legal counsel and HR professionals handling or intending to handle employment matters and/or HR issues in Saudi Arabia.

Attendees will benefit from the extensive first-hand experience of our course trainers, who will provide attendees with practical solutions to common day-to-day employment issues arising in the Kingdom.

Who Should Attend

The course will be crucial for all business owners, senior executives, managers, legal counsel and HR professionals handling employment matters and/or HR issues in Saudi Arabia, or those intending on seeking employment in Saudi Arabia.

Benefits of Attending

  1. The application and scope of Royal Decree No. M/51 23 Sha'ban 1426 / 27 September 2005, as amended (the KSA Labour Law)
  2. An employee's minimum entitlements under the KSA Labour Law
  3. Saudisation
  4. Employment contracts and work regulations
  5. Handling disciplinaries and poor performance
  6. Termination of employment
  7. Issues arising on termination
  8. Proposed changes to the KSA Labour Law

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Labour & Employment Law in Saudi Arabia (Online Training)