Civil ser­vants to be re­warded based on per­for­mance and ex­pe­ri­ence

The UB Post - - Politics -

Dur­ing its weekly Wed­nes­day meet­ing, Cab­i­net ap­proved a reg­u­la­tion that will give bonuses civil ser­vants based on their per­for­mance, ex­pe­ri­ence and other skills next year.

As the amended ver­sion of Law on Civil Ser­vice will en­ter into force on Jan­uary 1, Cab­i­net ap­proved the reg­u­la­tions to pro­vide civil ser­vants with ad­di­tional in­cen­tives for doc­tor’s de­gree, ex­pe­ri­ence, spe­cial skill, civil ser­vants work­ing in ru­ral ar­eas and im­prov­ing work­ing con­di­tions for health sec­tor’s work­ers.

Five per­cent of the monthly salary of those who served as civil ser­vants for six to 10 years, 10 per­cent for civil ser­vants work­ing for 11 to 15 years, 15 per­cent for civil ser­vants work­ing for 16 to 20 years, 20 per­cent for those serv­ing as civil ser­vants for 21 to 25 years, and 25 per­cent for ones work­ing for 26 years or more will be re­warded ac­cord­ing to the new law.

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