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    Attar calls for a new scale of salaries for public sector employees

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    Post by Rocky Sun Nov 24, 2019 4:08 am

    [size=36]Attar calls for a new scale of salaries for public sector employees[/size]

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    Baghdad - Mawazine News
    A member of the National Business Council Ghadeer al-Attar, Sunday, the Iraqi government to put a new scale of salaries of public sector employees.
    Al-Attar said in a press release, Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the salary scale in place is commensurate with the living and economic situation 20 years ago," indicating that "there is a significant increase in supply and demand, which must be adjusted salary scale career."
    He pointed out, "the importance of implementing a new program of salary scale in order to make greater use of the segment of government employees to avoid increasing poverty and not to control the difficulty of life costs."
    And Attar, that "the current salary scale is harmful to the middle class, stressing that" the adjustment of salaries helps to promote the economy of the country. "


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    [size=18]A member of the National Business Council Ghadir al-Attar, on Sunday, the Iraqi government to put a new scale of salaries of public sector employees, indicating that the current salary scale is harmful to the middle class.


    Al-Attar said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it that "the salary scale in place is commensurate with the living and economic situation 20 years ago," indicating that "there is a significant increase in supply and demand, which must be adjusted salary scale career."






     
    Al Attar pointed out to the importance of implementing a new salary scale program in order to benefit more from the civil servants' segment in order to avoid increasing poverty and not controlling the difficulty of living costs.
    And Attar that "the current salary scale is harmful to the middle class," stressing that "the adjustment of salaries helps to promote the economy of the country."


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