Maids for Saudi Arabia at Diamond Roses International
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Maids for Saudi Arabia at Diamond Roses International

Licenced by Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development.
Licence Number: E22110001

Working abroad can be a life-changing experience, and we want to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable time. Contact us today and let us take care of your wellbeing while you explore the world!

We are looking for maids to work in the Middle East.

You have to have the following qualities:
1. Ability to work in a different home environment with a different cultural practice
2. Positive attitude towards work
3. Can adjust easily to new work loads
4. Mentally stable
5. Can adjust to new food varieties
6. Can work under different types of home masters

Desired Qualifications
1. Physically fit
2. Age: 21 – 35
3. Weight: 75kg and below
4. No health complications

1. Passports
2. National ID
3. Copies of National ID for the Biological parents
4. National ID photocopy of Next of Kin

Salary per month: 900,000 Uganda Shillings

Medical examination is now free

Certificate of good conduct are free of charge.

If you do not have a passport, you can process it and come to us or we can guide and support you to get one. It will cost you 250,000 Uganda Shillings for an ordinary passport or UGX 400,000 Uganda Shillings for an express passport. Ordinaty passport takes about 1 Month while express takes 5 days.

If you are ready with your passport, come early morning at 8:00 a.m sharp to work on your medical examination for free. Make an appointment on 0773966860 before you come so that we can include you on the programme.

Application Procedure
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Or Call us on 0773966860 0r 0753298980

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Deadline: No Deadline

The new agreements between Uganda and Saudi Arabia that protects Uganda Domestic Workers - 30th March 2023

On Thursday, 30th 2023, the Minister for Gender and Labour, Betty Amongi said after protracted negotiations both governments agreed to come up with a better Domestic Workers deal in Saudi Arabia, that will among others protect the rights of Ugandan workers in Saudi Arabia.

“In the new agreement, both parties are now obligated to establish a mechanism to deliberately resolve any emerging issues on the welfare and rights of domestic workers. It means the Kingdom of Saudi Arabi will put in place a mechanism either a committee or taskforce that will liaise with Ugandan counterparts to ensure if there is any emerging issue related to right of domestic workers they can meet and resolve it,”Amongi said.
In December last year, the Ugandan government suspended the bilateral Domestic Workers agreement with Saudi Arabia over the continuous mistreatment and torture of Ugandan migrant workers.

The agreement had been signed in 2017 but there have been several complaints of violation of the rights of Ugandan migrant workers, especially domestic workers.
Many of them have since been reported to have committed suicide over the mistreatment.
Standard contract

Previously, each employer in Saudi Arabia had their own employment contract handed over to the Ugandan migrant workers but according to Minister Amongi, this has been revised to provide for a standard contract.

“We now have a standard contract and nobody can come up with their own contract. We have agreed on terms and conditions in the standardized employment contract and each domestic worker leaving Uganda must have signed this contract because it provides mechanism to protect their rights,”Amongi said.

She noted that as part of the standard contract, employers will no longer be allowed to carry out any deductions from the salaries of their employees as has been before.
“Article 3(9) says that both parties are to take legal measures against employers and recruitment agencies for any violation of laws, rules and regulations in either country.”
“Government of Saudi will ensure employers respect the terms and conditions of the employment contracts

Renewing contracts
Ugandan domestic workers are given two-year contracts in Saudi Arabia that are renewable on expiry.

However, there has not been any clear provision in the agreement on how the contract can be renewed and, on many occasions,, employers have been forcing the Ugandan domestic workers to stay in the gulf country even without renewing their contracts.

This has seen many of the Ugandan girls raise alarm for being held hostage in Saudi Arabia.
According to the new agreement signed between the Ugandan government and its counterparts from Saudi Arabia, renewing of any contract for migrant workers will not be mandatory and will involve both governments.

“An employee wishing to renew contract must inform Saudi and Uganda recruitment companies and seek approval of the embassy in Riyadh. This provision is mandatory. The Ugandan migrant worker must first report either by phone to the Ugandan company that recruited her to say she wants to return home or continue working .The company will consent and then one in Saudi will also consent before the embassy in Riyadh approves.”
According to the minister, this will help the embassy inform parents of relatives of the Ugandan migrant worker in case of renewal of the contract.

Transfer of employees
One of the key issues previously raised has been Ugandan migrant workers who have been forced to work in areas not specified in their contracts.

It would happen that if a Ugandan girl is recruited to work as a maid at a home, she would later be forced to go work at another home .

Many girls have complained of being exploited in this arrangement.
However, in the new agreement, this will no longer be allowed.

“An employer wishing to transfer services of any employee to another employer is now obligated to obtain consent of the domestic worker and inform Ugandan and Saudi recruitment agency before the girl is sent to another person. If you employ a Ugandan, you can no longer transfer the domestic worker to another person without her consent and without notification of Ugandan person that recruited and sent them to Saudi,”Amongi said.

According to the minister, the Saudi government is tasked to ensure the provisions of the new agreement are followed but noted that both countries will put in place a joint technical committee for monitoring the implementation.

At the same time, the Saudi Arabian online recruitment system (MUSANED) will be integrated with Uganda’s External Employment Management System EEMIS to strengthen migration data management, monitoring of migrant workers as well as eliminate manual clearance of migrant workers.

“Now the Ugandan government and the recruitment company will be notified before the contract is renewed and will know the whereabouts of the Ugandan employee. Previously, when the contracts expired, some of the Ugandan girls were forced to either renew or working forcefully against their will. This way we will be able to monitor them.”
Job Info
Job Category: Jobs Abroad
Job Type: Full-time
Deadline of this Job: No Deadline
Duty Station: Abroad
Posted: 30-03-2023
No of Jobs: 150
Start Publishing: 31-03-2023
Stop Publishing (Put date of 2030): 31-03-2065
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