The Prime Minister, Mr. Moataz Mousi, stressed the state's interest in employing graduates and young people and finding job opportunities for them through the development of a comprehensive and sustainable plan.
He announced the allocation of a meeting of the Council of Ministers to discuss the issue of employment of graduates and young people and to benefit from their productive capacities. This came during his field visit on Wednesday January 16, 2019 to the Ministry of Labor and Administrative Reform and Human Resources Development and its units accompanied by the Minister of the Council of Ministers and the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers.
The Prime Minister explained the political will to reform the civil service as the backbone and the main thrust of the state's policies. He pointed out the need to review the structures, adjust and define the job description to achieve a unified salary structure that eliminates wage disparities in the country. And the simplification of procedures and the use of information technology, stressing the importance of raising the efficiency of employees and the development of their skills through continuous training as well as work on institutional reform and control of job behavior and planting a spirit of discipline in the staff
The Prime Minister instructed the priorities to be determined, arranged and tightened to meet the demands of reforming the state organs. He also directed the Ministry of Labor to prepare an annual report on the civil service, which will be a reference for the improvement and development of the civil service
For his part,The Minister of Labor, Administrative Reform and Human Resources Development, Mr. Bahr Idriss Abu Qardeh, stressed the importance of reforming the civil service and developing the capabilities of human cadres to achieve development and renaissance in the country. He said that the Prime Minister's visit today to the ministry represents an opportunity to find the working environment