The Administrative Reform Ministry on Thursday sent the draft presidential decree enacting the government's decisions for the 'labour reserve' measure to the Council of State for inspection, with a request that it be treated as urgent.
The decree outlines how broader state-sector organisations and companies are to compile their lists of 'surplus' staff, dividing them into charts based on category and job description so that they can later have the option of a transfer to other positions in the public sector or can be chosen for temporary or part-time jobs based on an order of priority.
Using these charts, ASEP will then draw up 'priority lists' of the individuals placed in the labour reserve based on their qualifications, experience, years of work at the present job, family situation and social criteria. Special priority will be given to people with disabilities, those caring for a husband or child with disabilities and cases where both spouses have been placed in the labour reserve.
The parties involved will have to provide proof of their qualifications, such as degrees etc, to the ASEP council for selecting public-sector staff.
These ASEP lists will then be combined, initially every three months and then every six months, and based on order of priority staff will qualify for transfers to 10 percent of public-sector permanent positions proclaimed each year, 30 percent of temporary positions and 100 percent of part-time positions.
Additional points will be received by employees with children, especially those with three-child families or four children or more (a right retained until children reach the age of 25).