Saudi Arabia to fine firms that fail to provide health insurance

Pedro Gonçalves
Saudi Arabia to fine firms that fail to provide health insurance

Saudi authorities have warned companies in the kingdom to ensure that they provide health insurance to all their employees to avoid facing penalties. The Council of Cooperative Health Insurance (CCHI) announced  new punitive measures, including halting of computer services and fines, against the companies who do not comply. Yasir Al-Maarik, spokesman of CCHI, added that the services for the firms that fail to provide health insurance to Saudi and non-Saudi employees and their family mem...

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