Sunday, July 28, 2013

There is much love in your heart. Let it flow into your life.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

“Ang galing mo din no? Di mo pa ko binabato, tinamaan na ko sa yo.”

“SMILE! God is bigger than whatever is stressing you out...”

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Akala ko noon, dagat lang ang lumalalim. Pati din pala feelings ko sa ‘yo ganun din.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Sunday, July 21, 2013

5-day week in private sector from August

5-day week in private sector from August. Levy on expats counterproductive: Experts

Amr Abdulwahid
Okaz/Saudi Gazette


The private sector will officially have a five-day week from next month, according to a source in the Ministry of Labor.

Like their public sector counterparts, private sector employees will now also have a two-day weekend without the need to put in extra hours during their working days. The source said that the working time per week will not exceed 40 hours.

The off-days will be decided by employers, said the source, adding that the law does not compel them to specify the off-days as in the government sector.

The source said that the ministry will safeguard the employees' rights in case the employer wants them to come to work on off-days, provided the employees agree. In that case, the employees should be given overtime in line with the regulations. The Ministry of Labor took numerous steps to encourage the Saudi youth to join the private sector, most important of which are specifying the minimum salary as SR3,000, reduction of working hours, providing two off-days and demanding the companies to make an organizational structure to protect workers' rights.

Meanwhile, a specialized company that carried out study about the pros and cons of the imposition of SR2,400 levy on foreign workers said that it was counterproductive.

The experts came to the conclusion that the demerits of the levy outweigh its so called benefits, said Abdullah Al-Mobti, Chairman of the Saudi Council of Chambers (SCC).

The Council presented the report to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and the Supreme Economic Council (SEC).

Thursday, July 11, 2013

"When I saw you I was afraid to meet you. When I met you I was afraid to kiss you. When I kissed you I was afraid to love you. Now that I love you, I am afraid to lose you."

Burger King Weekend


Wednesday, July 03, 2013

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