29 September 2014, Saudi Gazette via Yahoo News

The head of the national committee for recruitment said relying on Indonesians is not enough to meet the huge demand for domestic workers in the Kingdom.

“Indonesian authorities are insisting on high salaries for domestic workers in addition to personal information of their would-be sponsors, and we have rejected these demands,” Saad Al-Baddah said.

He explained there is an abundance of trained Bengali domestic workers in addition to domestic workers from Nepal and India that can fulfill the Kingdom’s recruitment needs of the country, adding that a reasonable salary for such employees should not exceed SR1,200 a month, and recruitment fees should not be more than SR8,000.



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