UWAIT CITY, Feb 27: Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs for Financial and Administrative Affairs and the Acting Assistant Undersecretary for the Planning and Administrative Development Sector, Abdulaziz Al-Mutairi, said since the start of the work of the committee to ensure compliance with health requirements 17 employees and supervisors have been referred for investigation for not complying with health requirements.
Al-Mutairi said in a statement to the Al-Seyassah daily, the employees who are referred for the first time receive a warning, and if the violation is repeated, they will be punished and called on all employees to adhere to wearing masks and social distancing. He pointed out the Ministry is committed to honoring the decisions of the Council of Ministers and the Civil Service Bureau regarding determining the percentage of the number of workers in government workplaces, which must not exceed 30%, and for this the employees will be divided according to the need of work to ensure smooth functioning.
Al-Mutairi indicated the Administrative Affairs Department is working in full swing to finalize and enter the evaluations into the civil service system. He explained some evaluations will have to be presented to the Personnel Affairs Committee for approval before excellent work bonuses are disbursed. Al-Mutairi stressed the Ministry of Social Affairs is keen to complete the evaluation and excellent work procedures in line with the circulars that have been issued by the Civil Service Bureau, and it is always one of the first ministries to complete all procedures quickly
By Fares Al-Abdan Al-Seyassah Staff K