15% of Bangladeshi female workers refuse to work after the probationary period


The owners of recruitment offices revealed that 15% of domestic workers in the Kingdom refused to work after the expiry of the trial period. From some employers, they pointed out that this situation led to the reluctance of some Saudi recruitment agencies to recruit from Bangladesh, and the accumulation of visas in the offices, demanding the need to put insurance on the worker to guarantee the employer his right in the event of her refusal to work or her escape, and the preparation of professional tests for the workers, Ibrahim Al-Majed said. Owner of a recruitment office: Some Bangladeshi workers refuse to work after being recruited and request to return, due to the randomness and poor organization of the offices in the exporting country, the large number of brokers and fraud, and the sending of untrained workers, which has led to an increase in the cost of recruitment for offices by 100% from the beginning of the opening of recruitment from Bangladesh so far And Al-Majed indicated that if the worker refuses to work during the trial period “3 months”, she will be deported and the recruitment cost will be returned to the employer, deducting from him the period of residence with him. After the trial period has passed, the office is not responsible for it or for compensating the employer, and Al-Majed demanded the necessity of putting insurance on the worker to guarantee the employer his right in the event of her refusal to work or her escape, and preparing professional tests for workers, and Bangladesh is considered the second most recruited country after the Philippines, and between Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, owner of a recruitment office, said that 15% of domestic workers from Bangladesh refuse to work after the expiry of the “3 months” trial period, which led to some employers turning to recruitment from other nationalities, and the refrainment of some Saudi recruitment offices from recruiting from Bangladesh, which led to a decline Its share in the Saudi market, according to estimates, the number of domestic workers has risen to 3.4 million recently, while the average salaries range between 800 to 1200 riyals, while at the level of companies, costs have risen to 47 thousand riyals annually.

8 Factors for Female Workers Refusal to Work:

Recruitment brokers in the exporting country

Poor organization in the exporting offices

Sending untrained workers

– language difference

– delayed salaries

Overcrowding of visas in offices

Employers turning to recruitment of other nationalities

– Suggestions for employment insurance and preparation of tests before coming.

The reality of Bangladeshi female workers in the Kingdom

15% refuse to work after the trial period has expired

30% decrease in recruitment from Bangladesh

800 thousand the number of Bangladeshi female workers in the Kingdom

17 thousand riyals, the cost of recruitment from Bangladesh

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