In this blog, we have been continuously writing about the rights of expatriates in Saudi Arabia. Today, we will be writing about the rights of the employers in Saudi Arabia.
Termination without Notice Period: In continuance of our previous article, “Resignation without Notice Period” we are writing this article regarding the situations when an employer can terminate his employees without giving any notice period, indemnity, any kind of payment including End of Service Benefits.
01-The worker assaults employer or any representative of the employer including supervisors and managers, during work or by reason of work – Article 80 (1) of Saudi Labor Law.
02-The worker fails to perform his essential obligations arising from the work, does not obey legitimate orders or deliberately fails to observe the instruction related to the safety of other employees and work – Article 80 (2) of Saudi Labor Law. Recommended: SR 25,000 fine if you are not wearing safety equipment in Saudi Arabia
03-The employee commits misconduct or an act of infringement or dishonesty which affects his integrity – Article 80 (3) of Saudi Labor Law.
04-The employee commits a deliberate default with an intention to cause material loss to the employer, provided that the employer reports such default to appropriate authorities within 24 hours of such default – Article 80 (4) of Saudi Labor Law.
05-The employee is involved in “forgery of documents” – Article 80 (5) of Saudi Labor Law. Recommended: Trading Visas & Forgery of Documents
07-If the worker is absent from work for more than 30 days without any valid reason in one year or for more than 15 consecutive days provided that the employer has sent him written warnings after 20 days in the first case and after 10 days in the later case – Article 80 (7) of Saudi Labor Law.
08-The worker takes advantage of his work for personal benefits or to illegitimately earn personal profits – Article 80 (8) of Saudi Labor Law
09-The worker discloses work-related, industrial or commercial secrets to someone who is not authorized to receive such information – Article 80 (9) of Saudi Labor Law