According to a Saudi newspaper, companies with capital of SR100 million and SR50 million will be able to recruit Indonesian domestic workers.
It will be different from what it was before to recruit Indonesian domestic workers. Al Youm newspaper quoted sources close to the recruitment offices as saying the companies will hire this labor on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis to serve customers.
It was estimated that these workers would earn between SR3,000 and SR4,000 per month.
Indonesian government sources said individuals cannot recruit domestic workers and their sponsorship cannot be transferred to customers.
Saudi Arabia and Indonesia signed a deal last week that allows Indonesian house workers to return to Saudi Arabia after an 11-year hiatus.