Weather Forecast for Monday    Workshop on Real Estate Developments Sector Held    ACSAD Concludes Meetings in Cairo    Morocco and Iraq to the finals of Arab Futsal in Dammam on Tuesday    Saudi US Joint Exhibition on Photography Concludes in Tabuk    LuLu KSA unveils super digi-deals!    King Salman sends written message to King of Bahrain    Minister of Religious Affairs in Bangladesh Appreciates the Kingdom's Efforts in Serving Pilgrims    Saba Tawfik best player in WAFF Women's Futsal Championship Green team wins silver after losing to Iraq    Commander of Joint Forces Meets with Chief of Staff of Qatari Armed Forces    Madinah emir inspects preparations for pilgrims at Hajj terminal    Gareth Bale signs with MLS leaders Los Angeles FC    Saudi Stock Exchange Main Index Ends Trading Higher at 11,513 Points    Boris Johnson seeks to stay in power until the mid-2030s    Bangladesh marks opening of country's longest bridge    KAUST announces partnership with Ocean Aero for autonomous underwater vehicles    Saudi Arabia, Italy to hold Investment Forum on Monday    NCM expects rains in 4 regions this week    North Korea denounces US 'aggression' as it marks war anniversary    Saudi Exchange Announces its Intention to Launch Single Stock Futures Contracts on 04 July, 2022    Saudi Venture Capital Company Invests in First Venture Debt Fund    Monkeypox not presently a global public health emergency: WHO    Egypt to Host King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Award for Translation Ceremony Next October    Nearly five million students sit third-semester exams in Saudi Arabia    SOPC celebrates Olympic Day in Riyadh Sporting festival held at the Prince Faisal Olympic Complex    Iraqi Prime Minister Performs Umrah Rituals    Venice-based art exhibition sheds light on upcoming Saudi talents    Makkah Municipality offers animal sacrifices permitting service through Baladi platform    First Saudi-American Joint Exhibition of Photography held in Tabuk Region    Saudi Ambassador to Sudan Receives a Delegation of the Freedom and Change Forces "Reconciliation Group"    Gulf-US relations will rise on top of President Biden's forthcoming visit to Saudi Arabia, according to Saudi Press    Saudi Arabia announces investment opportunities in vaccines, vital medicines industry worth $3 billion    Saudi Taekwondo team wins 3 medals at Asian Championships    FIFA Accredits Saudi Football Association Among Expert Federations in VAR Tech    Blood transfusion at IMC for patient with complex condition qualifies him for surgery    Belgian blogger: Saudi Arabia is safer than America and Europe    Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are to split: US media    SFDA Extends Period for Submitting Requests for Compliance Forms for Food Transportation during Hajj    Jeddah is Set to Host the Finals of World Boxing in August, Organizers Announce    Saudi National Olympic Team Crowned AFC U23 Asian Cup    Samrat Prithviraj: Why did a Bollywood film on a popular Hindu king fail?    Saudi Film "The Journey" Wins Best Experimental Film at Dutch Septimius Awards    Saudi Council of Senior Scholars slams Indian ruling party leader's remarks against Prophet    Drug charges dropped against Shah Rukh Khan's son    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques addresses citizens and all Muslims on the occasion of the Holy month of Ramadan    Pilgrims Perform Dhuhr and Asr Prayers at Arafat Holy Site    Council of Senior Scholars: Muslim Brothers' Group Don't Represent Method of Islam, rather only Follows its Partisan Objectives, Violating our Graceful Religion    Eid Al-Adha Prayer Performed at the Grand Holy Mosque    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.



GOSI: SANED support for Saudis during period of unemployment
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 11 - 01 - 2021

RIYADH — The General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) has confirmed that the SANED program is one of the organization's programs that help to care for the Saudi employees and their families during the period of their unemployment due to circumstances beyond their control.
The program works to bridge the gap by providing a monthly source of income during the transitional period between the previous job and obtaining a new job.
The organization said, during its ongoing campaign aimed to enhance awareness about the benefits of SANED, that unemployed citizen must apply for SANED compensation within 90 days of leaving work.
Regarding the method of application, it clarified that an unemployed person can verify his eligibility through the GOSI's website, and if he is eligible, he can apply through his account in the GOSI online or the Taminaty application.
The organization said that the SANED compensation is paid at the rate of 60 percent of the average monthly wages subject to contribution for each month of the first three months and at 50 percent of this average for each month for months beyond that, and the maximum period for disbursement of compensation is 12 continuous or intermittent months for each time.
The beneficiary of SANED is entitled to compensation as of the first of the month following the date on which the eligibility conditions are met and the application is submitted.
SANED is one of the most important programs that contributed to supporting subscribers and private sector establishments during the period of the coronavirus pandemic.
It had a significant impact on mitigating the economic impacts of the pandemic on private sector enterprises, which helped prevent Saudi employees from losing their jobs.
During the pandemic period, the government had announced SANED compensation for a period of three months and this period was extended later.
Under the scheme, GOSI met 60 percent of the wages of Saudi employees working in the private sector. Employers were entitled to apply for the financial compensation for those Saudi workers whose names are registered with GOSI.
It is noteworthy that the current campaign comes as a continuation of the campaigns to raise awareness about the rights and benefits of its clients under the slogan "It is your right to know."


Clic here to read the story from its source.