Should Immigrant Domestic Workers receive training upon their arrival?

The question is not only if they should receive training, but that the content and quality of the training is developed in conjunction with laws that assure their safety and fair working conditions.

The Labor of Ministry in Saudi Arabia reported that 714,593 visas where issued for housekeepers coming to work for Saudi families in 2014, a number that has seen significant increase throughout the years. On this article by Arab News, Walaa Abdul Moneim Al-Ashari, psychology professor at Princess Noura University is quoted for addressing several issues that affect both ends, immigrant workers and Saudi families, suggesting that a training for house keepers should take place upon their arrival.

Training on arrival for maids suggested | Arab News.

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