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Employment and Workplace

GRSIA Set to Enforce Social Security Law Starting from January 3

28 Dec, 2022 08:03 AMQatar News Agency (QNA)Intended Audience
Citizen: Employee
Resident: Employee

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The General Retirement and Social Insurance Authority (GRSIA) is set to enforce the law No. 1 of 2022, by issuing the Social Security Law starting from Jan. 3, 2023, after it had submitted circulars to the employers both in the public and private sectors to finalize the training operations for their employees and update their systems in conformity with the new law.

Meanwhile, GRSIA has updated all its electronic and service systems, such as the electronic service portal dedicated to the employers and the electronic services portal for citizens, in addition to GRSIA's electronic application for smart phones; in conformity with the application of social security law, as well as developing the cyber systems and their infrastructure in pursuit of keeping pace with the cutting-edge security requirements.

GRSIA's revealed that the overwhelming majority of its employees and those affiliated with the hotline 183 of Government Communications Office have been enrolled in training and upgrading courses and workshops on the enforcement of social security law, based on a training plan, which were intended to introduce the citizens to the law through determining the methods of enforcing the law, sharing the information, employing the skills and technologies that will be utilized, in addition to getting familiarized with the updated concepts as GRSIA aims to upgrade the capabilities of its working cadres in the service of the community.

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