Cabinet exempts small enterprises from worker fees for three years
The Saudi Cabinet approved on Tuesday exempting small enterprises, which employ at least nine workers including the business owner from paying workers' fees under certain conditions, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The exemption will apply to two expats in the enterprise, if the business owner is registered in the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI). The exemption will also apply to four expats if one of the workers at the enterprise and its business owner are Saudi citizens and are registered in GOSI system.
The decision will be valid for three years, and will apply to four expats maximum in all cases.