Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor will next week issue a decision to terminate the services of more than 50 expatriates who have exceeded 30 years of service in the public sector, reports Al-Rai daily quoting informed sources. They revealed that the services of these expatriates are being terminated based on the rules determined by the Civil Service Commission (CSC).
They explained that most of these expatriates were working as consultants or accountants in the public sector but the respective sectors will not be negatively affected after they leave due to the mechanism allotted to ensure the work continues normally. They added that these expatriates will work until March 2015 after which their services will be terminated.
The sources indicated that the process of terminating the services of expatriates working in the public sector will be followed by referring to retirement Kuwaiti employees who worked for more than 30 years in the public sector, adding that the process will start from mid-January 2015.
They added that these steps are taken based on the comprehensive reform plan prepared by Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and State Minister for Planning and Development Hind Al-Sabeeh with the aim of bringing in new and young employees into the ministries to improve the work performances.