Haø Noäi’s of­fices to fire 4,300

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HAØ NOÄI — About 4,300 State white-col­lar em­ploy­ees of Haø Noäi will be laid off next year, ac­cord­ing to a de­ci­sion by the Haø Noäi’s Peo­ple’s Coun­cil. Fol­low­ing the move, the city will have a to­tal of 153,875 white-col­lar work­ers.

Traàn Huy Saùng, di­rec­tor of Haø Noäi’s De­part­ment of In­te­rior Af­fairs, said the move fol­lowed the task set for 2019 on the stream­lin­ing of Gov­ern­ment staff and of­fi­cers. The mea­sures are in ac­cor­dance with the Polit­buro’s Res­o­lu­tion No 39 (April 17, 2015) and Res­o­lu­tion of the 6th Plenum of 12th Na­tional Party Congress.

Pre­sent­ing a su­per­vi­sory re­port, Nguyeãn Hoaøi Nam, head of the Le­gal De­part­ment un­der Haø Noäi’s Peo­ple’s Coun­cil, said the mu­nic­i­pal Peo­ple’s Com­mit­tee has taken dras­tic mea­sures to ar­range em­ploy­ees’ roles ac­cord­ing to their abil­i­ties and re­spon­si­bil­i­ties.

In the first nine months of this year, 202 civil ser­vants lost their jobs, rais­ing the num­ber of em­ploy­ees re­moved from the city’s ad­min­is­tra­tive sys­tem since the be­gin­ning of 2015 to 761. The city authority has pi­loted the es­tab­lish­ment of an ur­ban con­struc­tion man­age­ment unit un­der the lead­er­ship of the dis­trict’s Peo­ple’s Com­mit­tee, merg­ing the pop­u­la­tion and fam­ily plan­ning cen­tres and health care cen­tre at the dis­trict level.

The Le­gal De­part­ment pro­posed the mu­nic­i­pal Peo­ple’s Com­mit­tee con­tinue its spe­cial mech­a­nism to sup­port those who lose their jobs un­der the city’s plan. It also di­rected agen­cies and lo­cal­i­ties to strictly fol­low the Peo­ple’s Coun­cil’s res­o­lu­tion, Nam said.

The re­cruit­ment plan should be based on ex­am­i­na­tions and be submitted to the com­mit­tee for ap­proval. Only those who take and pass an ap­pro­pri­ate civil ser­vice ex­am­i­na­tion are qual­i­fied for em­ploy­ment.

In Jan­uary of this year, the Gov­ern­ment is­sued a res­o­lu­tion (08/ NQ-CP) en­abling the im­ple­men­ta­tion of last year’s res­o­lu­tion call­ing for man­age­ment re­form in Gov­ern­ment of­fices to im­prove their qual­ity and op­er­a­tional ef­fi­ciency.

Min­istries, sec­tors and lo­cal­i­ties were asked to re­duce their num­bers of pub­lic per­son­nel.

The coun­try aims to cut pub­lic ser­vice in­sti­tu­tions by 10 per cent by 2021. The num­ber of in­sti­tu­tion will be re­duced by 5,792. Staff will also be cut by 10 per cent (about 205,000 peo­ple) from 2015 lev­els.

By 2025, the Gov­ern­ment hopes to trim pub­lic ser­vice in­sti­tu­tions by a fur­ther 10 per cent (about 5,200) and staff by an­other 10 per cent ( about 185,000 peo­ple).

The re­sults of the votes of con­fi­dence for 30 of­fi­cials in the HCM City Peo­ple’s Coun­cil were an­nounced yes­ter­day dur­ing the 12th ses­sion of the coun­cil.

Tröông Thò AÙnh, deputy chair­man of the coun­cil en­joyed the high­est rate of “high con­fi­dence” at 81 per cent sup­port.

Nguyeãn Thò Quyeát Taâm, chair­man of the coun­cil, earned about 77 per cent, fol­lowed by Nguyeãn Thaønh Phong, chair­man of the city’s Peo­ple’s Com­mit­tee, with over 70 per cent.

Both deputy chair­man of the city’s Peo­ple’s Com­mit­tee Nguyeãn Thò Thu and di­rec­tor of the Tourism De­part­ment Buøi Taù Hoaøng Vuõ re­ceived 18 low con­fi­dence votes.

Ac­cord­ing to Taâm, the con­fi­dence vote was con­ducted in a demo­cratic and se­ri­ous man­ner. — VNS

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