Manpower: The Civil Service agrees to continue disbursing labor support during recruitment

The Deputy Director-General of the Public Authority for Manpower for National Manpower Affairs, Abdullah Al-Mutatah, announced the approval of the Civil Service Commission to continue disbursing labor support during recruitment..join Our Telegram group to know the latest news https://t.me/kuwaitoffering

In a statement, he said: “In the interest of the authority to implement the state’s vision aimed at increasing the rate of employment of the national workforce in the private sector by urging and motivating citizens to join non-governmental agencies, and overcoming the obstacles facing their career path, the authority has submitted a number of proposals with the aim of Encouraging citizens to join non-governmental organizations.

He pointed out that among those proposals was the proposal to continue disbursing national labor support to employers and workers in non-governmental agencies in the event of joining compulsory or reserve military service, as Article (9) of Cabinet Resolution No. 391 of 2001 (in its current text) included cases of stopping the disbursement of support About the professions and craftsmen and workers in non-governmental organizations, including joining the mandatory or reserve military service, which prompted the commission to suggest continuing support for the recruits for their great work and national duty..join Our Telegram group to know the latest news https://t.me/kuwaitoffering

He pointed out that the authority coordinated this proposal with the National Military Service Authority, then the authority submitted the proposal to the Civil Service Council. Once the service council approved the proposal, the authority submitted it to the Fatwa and Legislation Department to review the draft decision and empty it into the appropriate legal formulation in preparation for submitting it to the honorable Council of Ministers for approval and setting Implementation site.

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