Establishments who delays paying wages are violating law
The establishments who delay in paying wages are violating the law, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MHRSD) confirmed.
MHRSD through its second account on Twitter (@HRSD_Care), which takes care of beneficiaries, has called on citizens to submit a complaint about violations of the labor law via its unified app.
The ministry has made the clarification in response to an inquiry of citizens in regard to delaying monthly salaries that might reach the 10th day of the month, wondering about the inspection tours of those establishments.
It has stated earlier that the month of January of each year is considered the date for self-evaluation of the establishment.
MHRSD stressed the necessity of self-evaluation, due to its important role in helping establishments to identify their compliance with the ministry’s regulations and rules, and to self-correct mistakes and errors.
The self-evaluation is also considered a requirement for benefiting from the MHRSD's e-services.
The ministry has called on all the giant, large and medium-sized establishments to register in the self-evaluation program, and complete the evaluation online through its website.
Establishments will not be imposed with any financial penalties in the self-evaluation stage if the results were not good.