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3 May 2016
Saudi Arabia’s Binladin Group is facing a backlash from its employees after reportedly deciding to sack over a quarter of its staff. …
For several weeks thousands of the company’s workers have been staging protests in Mecca and Jeddah, a city on the Red Sea coast, after their salaries have gone unpaid for months. The tension escalated last week after the local newspaper Al Watan cited a source as saying that the construction giant had terminated 50,000 people, most of them foreign workers, and issued them exit visas.
… In a separate incident Friday, a company official reportedly injured five construction workers with his car after they rushed to his vehicle to protest the withholding of their salaries.
An Al-Watan report Monday said the layoffs would be…
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