We have discussed a very important topic in this document; Sending staff to Saudi Arabia. In the theoretical context, we looked at the issue of secondment and concluded that secondment made it possible to exchange experiences between different public bodies and the private sector so that the services offered by the public sector could make the desired distinction. The public and private sectors have grown sharply and many employees have gained wonderful experience, whether in medicine, university teaching, training or other administrative fields. The paper also addressed the current situation of the detection system in Saudi Arabia, the analysis of the current situation and the identification of weaknesses and strengths in the current regulations. Finally, the document developed a proposal to activate the secondment of staff to the public or private sector. On the basis of the above, the lack of current rules on the secondment of public staff to private institutions, regional or international organisations or public organisations with a particular career is highlighted. The various State bodies, such as ministries and public bodies subject to the rules and laws of the civil service, do not benefit from qualified human resources in public institutions through the secondment system. In addition, government agencies cannot benefit from private sector personnel, although they send their services for temporary periods. In the United Arab Emirates, the labour market has remained relatively stable, with employers regaining confidence in the local market and in their growth prospects.
Although the rules adopted in 2016 and 2017 mainly focused on Emiratisation, discussions took place on a new labour law covering areas of employment relations that are currently not covered, such as data protection, international and local posting of workers, discrimination and harassment, pensions and health care, the appointment of workers` representatives, a minimum wage and redundancies. For this reason, the importance of sending staff to the local and international levels is evident, as secondment allows seconded staff to diversify their experience. Secondment to state services provides exceptional experience and well-trained experienced human resources. In addition, countries that send the services of their personnel to foreign governments or international or regional organizations gain a universal reputation and position. In addition, secondment offers seconded staff the opportunity to acquire new experience and skills that enrich their management and management experience, skills and methods. It should be noted that the document concluded that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia had adopted a regulation concerning the secondment of personnel, both within and outside Saudi Arabia, by allowing public sector employees to be seconded to certain public, regional or international bodies. However, within the Kingdom, it is not permissible to disintegrate from public sector personnel, with the exception of some government agencies with a specific private system, which deprives several government agencies of taking advantage of the unique experience of some government agencies. In addition, I will propose new rules allowing the private sector to dismantle its staff to government authorities. .