- Kuwait Times Extra
KUWAIT: Deputy Premier and Finance Minister Mustafa Al-Shamali plans to head a meeting at the Civil Service Commission to discuss subjects related to workers in the municipality, industry public authority, and some demands of workers in the health sector, reported Al- Anbaa. High ranking government sources said Shamali asked the Civil Service Commission to submit all what was done in regards to the unified salaries and promotions standards. The sources said the job description team finished the descriptions of all 2,400 jobs while nearly 9 technical teams agreed to choose the best strategic alternative for the general financial system for the salary structure which will be applied to nearly 270,000 employees. The sources said the alternative plan includes the cancellation of selective promotions and seniority, and adopt a unified standard for salaries and incentives to be implemented fairly and equally among those with the same specialty in all ministries and government establishments. The sources said a system that everyone can see was placed to measure the employees’ productivity through a points system, and no employee will be treated unjustly. The sources added Shamali said “we are in need of additional time to enable job description and evaluation teams to finish the remaining work in a way that will bring satisfaction and increase productivity”.
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