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Abu Dhabi Police busts car scam ring

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Unpaid hospital staff on labor strike in Saudi Arabia

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RIYADH: Majority of employees at Saad Specialist Hospital in Alkhobar, Saudi Arabia, has gone on strike to demand for their salaries, which has not been paid for the past three months.

An employee was quoted as saying by Arab News, the hospital administration has not paid their salaries for three months now, after stopping transportation and housing allowance since July 2015.

A nurse reportedly said all staff members, including administrators, went on strike. She pointed out that cleaning and security employees, who have low salaries, did not join the strikers because they were properly paid.

She was quoted as saying that the hospital’s management has not given any indication as to when they can expect payment or why salaries have not yet been paid.

The Labor and Social Development Ministry has so far been unable to resolve the issue, despite meeting with staff members several times, she added.

The strike began around three weeks ago, but gathered steam following the Eid holidays, said the news portal.

The hospital employs more than 4,000 people, 19 percent Saudis. The 15-year-old medical facility was considered one of the top hospitals in the region, attracting doctors from all over the world.

The hospital is a part of a conglomerate, which includes civil engineering, construction and real estate investment companies, reported Arab News.

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