Taking its endeavors to enhance employee welfare to a new level, Bahri, a global leader in transport and logistics, has actually revealed a new cost-of- living allocation to its staff. The action comes close on the heels of a current Royal Order that stipulates a month-to-month settlement of allocations to public industry staff members to enable them to deal with the increase of products and solutions in the Kingdom complying with the government's new financial reforms aimed at achieving its objectives described in the Saudi Vision 2030.
Effective January 2018, the Bahri employees operating in the Kingdom will certainly obtain a regular monthly cost-of- living allowance over the next twelve months.
" As a company that champions social and economic goals of the Kingdom, Bahri is dedicated to sustaining various initiatives of the government, and the new cost-of- living allowance is an all-natural response to the royal directive, which is aimed at softening the influence of financial reforms in the nation. Understanding and addressingthe requirements of our labor force are paramount to us, and, by doing so, we are contributing towards the general empowerment of the Saudi society. We are solid in our resolve to support the Kingdom in attaining its strategic economic objectives and boosting its pre-eminent setting in the region and globally," said Eng. Abdullah Aldubaikhi, Chief Executive Officer of Bahri.
It deserves mentioning that a variety of private sector firms took the lead and issued the allowance for their workers to express their loyalty and support to the Royal Order.