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بحث عن The Saudization Program and Its Impact on the Vision of the Kingdom 2030

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Subject Page no.
List of tables  
Structure of the Research  
Significance of Research  
Research Problem  
hypotheses  of the Research  
Research Methodology  
Population of the Research  
Data collection  
Data analysis  
Chapter I: Literature Review  
1-1 Asrar Mohammed (2012) Challenges to the application of Labour Saudization in the private sector organizations in Saudi Arabia  
2-1 Mohammed Abdullah Al-Hwan (2013) study towards finding a proposed model for Labour Saudization in the Saudi private sector  
3-1 Dr. Saad bin Marzouq Al-Otaibi (2015) discusses the challenges of managing Saudization in the third millennium.  
4-1 Study: Asad Ahmed Asad (2017) Field study in the Labour Saudization in the public and private sectors in Abu Dhabi.  
Chapter Two: Theoretical Framework  
The concept of labour Saudization  
Challenges and difficulties of Labour Saudization  
Legal compliance  
The justification of Saudization and Saudization  
Saudization rates of Saudi nationals in the private sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  
Increase the number of graduates of education and training systems  
 Increase the number of Foreign workers  
4.2.4 Increased population growth  
Chapter Three: Vision 2030 and the program of Labour Saudization  
Plan to implement the Saudization Program in accordance with Vision 2030  
Challenges to the implementation of the Saudization Plan according to Vision 2030  
 jobs need to Saudization by 100%  
Labour Saudization in the control sector by 100%  
Chapter Four: Research Findings and Recommendations  
Findings of the Research  


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  2. Management of research, solving the problem of excess national labor through a gradual program of Labour saudization. Riyadh: Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1993.
  3. Management of research and studies, a guide to activities, professions and labour s in which work is limited to Saudis and gradual resaudization of national employment. Second edition; Riyadh: Council of Power Employment, 2002.
  4. Peaceful, on. Strategic Human Resources Management. Cairo: Dar Ghraib for printing and publishing, without a date.
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  6. Tiger, Saud bin Mohammed. The position of the private sector of Saudi employment. Riyadh: King Saud University – Research Center, 1993.
  7. Periodicals:
  8. Ryan, Adel Ryan Mohamed, “Challenges to the Resaudization of National Labor for Expatriate Labor in the Omani Private Sector – A Field Study”, Journal of Administration No. 75 (1998).
  9. Shmeiri, Ahmed bin Abdul Rahman. Al-Dakhilullah, Khalid bin Abdullah, “Factors Affecting the Employment of University Graduates in the Saudi Private Sector”, Journal of Gulf and Arabian Studies No. 108 (January 2003).
  10. Abdullah, Mu’taz Sayid Al-Tuwaijri, Mohammed bin Abdul Mohsen, “The Saudis’ Orientation towards Labour saudization and its Relation to Self-Esteem and Motives for Achievement”, Annals and Social Sciences No. 172 (2000, 2001).
  11. Websites:
  12. Al-Riyadh Newspaper. The Saudi Award winners summarize their experiences in a booklet.

  1. Chalabi, Maggiore. Saudization and expatriate labor. 24/7/2003….-44/namaa2.asp

  1. Human Resources Development Fund. Voting. 2/9/2003…l.asp?pollid=

  1. International Labor Organization, World of Action No. 46-45 May 2003.

http: www.ilo. org / public / Arabic / regg … 6 / article8.html


  1. Ministry of Economy and Planning, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  1. Youssef, Hisham. Challenges on the road to Saudization