Integration Of Council Employees Into Central Employment Register

20 May 2024 Kuwait

From the 1st to the 18th of this month, employees from the Council of Governorate Affairs and the General Secretariat of the Council were formally enlisted into the Central Employment Register administered by the Civil Service Commission.

Sources disclosed to Al-Anbaa newspaper that the transition of registrants to various ministries, institutions, and governmental bodies will occur seamlessly, guided by the five preferences indicated in their registration applications. This initiative aligns with Decree No. 24 of 2024, amending certain provisions of Decree No. 81 of 2014, which pertains to the Governorates system and abolishes the Supreme Council for Governorate Affairs.

While salaries will continue to be disbursed by the Civil Service Commission until their placement, employees are yet to be subjected to the attendance and departure fingerprint system enforced by the bureau.

Furthermore, sources emphasized that the ranking of job seekers in the registry will undergo revision following the inclusion of Council employees in the central employment roster, with updated rankings available on the bureau's website.

Regarding nomination timing and procedures, sources indicated a pending decision between two mechanisms. The existing method involves nominations subsequent to the bureau receiving job requisitions from governmental entities, a process initiated in the preceding month.

Conversely, the introduction of a new mechanism, detailed in Circular No. 4 of 2024, outlines a protocol wherein the bureau reviews organizational needs and submits them to the Civil Service Council for endorsement, tailored to each governmental agency's requirements. Upon approval, requisitions are integrated into the system, followed by filtration procedures.

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