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Sunday, 18 June 2017

Saudi to transfer employees from troubled Oger construction firm | Reuters

Saudi to transfer employees from troubled Oger construction firm | Reuters:

"Employees of troubled construction company Saudi Oger will be moved to other firms, the Saudi labor ministry said, amid unconfirmed reports that workers there will be laid off from July 31. The ministry said there were 1,200 Saudis among a total of around 8,000 workers at the company, which is owned by the family of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri and has built many huge infrastructure projects in the kingdom, from universities and roads to airports and hospitals. It said it planned to move some 600 Saudi employees to other facilities and would continue to look for jobs for the remaining Saudis working there. It was also working with Saudi Oger to transfer around 6,000 foreign workers to other firms."



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