What about the underprivileged who can't go online? Saudi Arabia releases labour questionnaire to 'improve working conditions'
The Labor Ministry said on Tuesday that it was collecting information from Saudi and expat workers about working atmosphere in the Kingdom and problems facing them at places of work, through a questionnaire.
Ateek Al-Ghamdi, adviser to Labor Minister Adel Fakeih for academic affairs, said the move was aimed at finding the difficulties and challenges being faced by workers.
“This questionnaire addresses all workers including foreigners and women and it aims at understanding their viewpoints on work-related issues,” he said.
The ministry has already sent the questionnaire’s link to more than 7,000 individuals working in different parts of the Kingdom.
Al-Ghamdi advised all workers to answers the questions mentioned in the questionnaire by logging on to the following link to help the ministry understand the requirements of workers in the Kingdom.
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