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KUWAIT CITY, April 5: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has addressed government agencies with the terms and conditions for disbursing end-of-service benefits to non-Kuwaiti employees, based on numerous requests received from the authorities concerning the disbursement of end-of-service benefits, reports Al-Anba daily. The conditions and controls include a copy of the end-of-service gratuity form issued by the integrated systems, a clearance issued by the Ministry of Interior’s Department of Sentences Enforcement for those cases for which the end-of-service gratuity is required to be paid, and a clearance issued by the Ministry of Electricity and Water and Ministry of Communications.
Other requirements include a copy of the contract concluded for the case for which disbursement is required, a copy of the decision issued for the termination of the service, evidence of career progression, and details of the comprehensive monthly rewards, provided that it includes all the increments granted during the service. All financial and functional data must be entered on CSC’s integrated systems.