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Civil Service Bureau clarifies recruitment procedures in public sector

TDT | Manama                                                   

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Responding to a parliamentary inquiry from MP Maryam Hassan Al Sayegh, the Civil Service Bureau has provided a comprehensive clarification on the regulations governing recruitment procedures in the public sector.

Emphasizing a commitment to adherence to existing laws and executive regulations, the Bureau highlighted the pivotal role of the Civil Service Law in shaping the recruitment landscape.

Article 7 of the Civil Service Law, encapsulated in Decree-Law No. 48 of 2010 and its subsequent amendments, stands as a cornerstone in guiding employment matters within government entities.

The legislation, in conjunction with the civil service regulations, intricately regulates the filling of vacant positions through various modes, including permanent, temporary, part-time, or contractual employment.

The executive regulations, as delineated in the decision of the Prime Minister No. 51 of 2012 and its subsequent amendments, play a crucial role in defining the rules and regulations governing different types of employment.

Article 6 of these regulations, in particular, provides a comprehensive framework for understanding the intricacies of the aforementioned employment categories.

The Bureau clarified that temporary employment serves specific purposes, including covering urgent needs arising from employee leave, assisting in the implementation of targeted programs or urgent projects, or for other justifiable reasons approved by the Civil Service Bureau.

This nuanced approach ensures flexibility while maintaining the necessary rigor in the recruitment process.

Meticulous attention

This detailed response from the Civil Service Bureau underscores the meticulous attention given to recruitment procedures, aligning them with broader public policies, strategies, and goals.

The transparency in these regulations not only fosters accountability but also ensures a fair and efficient system for government employees, the Parliament was informed.