According to sources cited by Okaz newspaper, the first of the new penalties in the list is labeled as number 64, which is the violation of enabling non-Saudi workers to directly work through electronic sharing platforms.

The penalty for this offense is set at a fine of 20,000 Saudi riyals and varies based on the number of workers involved. Additionally, violation number 65 is classified as not adhering to the approved mechanism set by the ministry to verify that the worker is not working under someone else’s name through electronic sharing platforms. The penalty for this offense is a fine of 10,000 Saudi riyals and varies based on the number of workers.

Furthermore, violation number 66 on the penalties list includes non-compliance of electronic sharing platforms and operating establishments in sharing the required data with the ministry according to the specified mechanism, or sharing incomplete data. The penalty for this offense is a fine of 50,000 Saudi riyals and varies based on the number of workers.

As for violation number 67, it pertains to sharing incorrect data of workers with the ministry by electronic sharing platforms and operating establishments, in contradiction to the ministry’s specified mechanism. The penalty for this offense is a fine of 5,000 Saudi riyals and varies based on the number of workers involved.