The Saudi labor ministry and the Public Transport Authority issued a memorandum of understanding to localize labor in the car transportation services Careem and Uber.
This aims to provide 200,000 job opportunities for Saudis in the next three years and provide part-time and full-time jobs, the ministry said in a statement.
The memorandum also stipulated training and contracting programs with specialized parties.
Uber says growth strong as it gives a peek at earningsUber on Friday provided a glimpse at its earnings, saying it is growing strong while working to overhaul company culture at the scandal-dented ... Technology
Uber smartphone apps provisionally banned in ItalyAn Italian court on Friday banned the use of smartphone apps for the ride-hailing group Uber, saying they contribute to traditional taxis facing ... Technology
Uber suspends use of self-driving cars after crashUber has grounded its fleet of self-driving cars pending an investigation into the crash of an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona, a spokesperson for ... Technology
New ad by Uber Egypt on mothers-in-law sparks online reactionsA message on a new billboard by Uber Egypt stirred mixed reactions on social media for suggesting that the transportation app can relieve spouses from ... Variety