Riyadh — MHRSD, The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development announced five conditions the employer must abide by to cancel reports of worker absence.
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The ministry also added that the employer is allowed to cancel the report of a worker’s absence report. Registered by one of his sponsored persons only after 20 days of submitting the report.
The five conditions for canceling reports of worker absence by the employer are as follows:
- The establishment must be committed to paying the work permits.
- Client’s facility status should not be “Not Existing.”
- The expatriate must not have a request to prove a malicious report pending with the labor office.
Among the conditions of the cancelation is:
- The expatriate must not have more than one previous report against him during the past two years.
- The expatriate isn’t already in the custody of the deportation departments.
The ministry clarified that the employer must attach a request certified by the Chamber of Commerce to cancel the report.
Additionally, the employer is obligated to pay for the renewal of the expatriate’s residence (Iqama) after canceling the report from his register.