The Ministry of Electricity and Water intends to rectify the status of some experienced expatriate employees before the end of 2016, because it still needs their services, reports Arab Times daily quoting a reliable source.
The source confirmed this step is in line with the replacement policy of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) that is already enforced in all official bodies. He added the policy aims to reach satisfying rates of employees with certain specializations like legal researchers, accountants and administration.
According to the source, the CSC had earlier asked the concerned minister not to renew the contracts of expatriate employees except those who work under contracts of companies such as data entry operators, cleaning laborers and security guards.
On the experienced expatriate employees like legal consultants and main engineers, the source said a letter will be forwarded to the CSC detailing the job descriptions of these employees and determine the extent of the ministry’s need for their services.
Source: Arab Times