[size=30]Finance Parliament: No standardization of salaries of employees will be increased the minimum grades and do not prejudice the Supreme[/size]August 5, 2019 8:50 AM Views:
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The parliamentary Finance Committee ruled on Sunday, the unification of salaries of employees to the different nature of the work and the seriousness of some ministries and departments.
"The aim of reviewing the employees' salaries is to lift the injustice of many of them and their justness, and to bring the disparities between the top and the bottom closer," said the committee's director Ahmed al-Saffar.
He added that "the rounding does not mean reducing the salaries of higher grades or higher salaries, but increasing the salaries of lower grades," explaining that "the committee is not the work of determining salaries, but its work to develop general standards that improve the reality of the employee."
Al-Saffar added that "the committee defined in the draft civil service law the standards and conditions that will be a general system, which is similar to the criteria of the retiree, such as calculating the service for each employee and the nature of the work done by the scientific name of him and his academic achievement and other criteria to be installed and determined by the And there can be no consolidation of salaries of employees because of the different nature of work in the ministries, especially as some of them are dangerous and long working hours.
The decision of the committee that "the law reached its final stage, and was lifted to vote, but the end of the Legislative Council was referred to without completion, which means postponement to the next legislative term."
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