The Minister of Labor Eng. Ahmed Al Rajhi has announced that all private companies operating in Saudi Arabia must have a dress code for both men and women.
After the amendment of Article 38 of Saudi Arabia, it has become mandatory for all private companies to have a dress code.
Article 38 of Saudi Labor Law requires the companies to stipulate penalties for the violation of the dress code.
Moreover, private companies have also been instructed to display these requirements separately in a visible place on their premises or any other means that enable employees to know about them.
For example, they can publish the dress code requirements on the notice boards fixed on the employee entrance.
م. الراجحي يصدر قرارًا وزاريًا لتنظيم زي العاملين في المنشآت. pic.twitter.com/kNnXSoYQ5A
— وزارة الموارد البشرية والتنمية الاجتماعية (@HRSD_SA) September 10, 2020