Beauty Salons Centers Committee discusses the challenges of the sector with the "Human Resources and Social Development" branch and the Eastern Passports
Asharqia Chamber, represented by the beauty salons Centers Committee, organized the expanded meeting for the sector, which hosted officials from the branch of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development and the Eastern Region Passports to talk about the challenges facing the sector’s employees and the appropriate solutions to them.
Muhammad Al-Atrash, Assistant Director-General for the Human Resources Sector at the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development branch, said during the recent meeting at the Chamber’s headquarters that the business sector always responds to the updates approved by the Ministry, praising the sector’s positivity in implementing decisions that contribute to the modernization and organization of the concerns sector. To be free from randomness and irregularities.
Al-Atrash clarified that the women's business sector is distinguished by its initiative in addressing any violations that may arise and distort the working mechanism in the sector, pointing out that the ministry's branch stands side by side with all institutions that suffer from any obstacles to address them with logical solutions.
For his part, Colonel Mualla Al-Otaibi, Director of the Information Technology Department and the official spokesperson for Al-Sharqiya Passports, said that citizens and residents have a great role to play in supporting the efforts of the competent security services in limiting violators of the residency, work and border security regulations by adhering to them and not operating, harboring, transporting violators or covering them up. He called for cooperation with the security services in reporting violators to contribute to maintaining the security and stability of the country.
Al-Otaibi pointed to the need to unite to eliminate patterns of commercial cover-up, referring to the advantages announced by the state, may God protect him, for the beneficiaries of the corrective period for violators of the anti-cover-up system before the date of February 16, 2022.
For her part, the chairperson of the committee, Shuaa Al-Duhailan, explained the importance of the cosmetic sector and its impact on the development wheel of the national economy, noting that this sector constitutes 70 percent of women’s investments in the Kingdom, stressing that there are concerns that pose a threat to the establishments by causing damage to the potentials of the national economy, indicating that the meeting was It is very purposeful, especially in the matter of developing appropriate solutions to the many problems that the sector suffers from.