Written By: Fares Anam
Article Date: Aug 2, 2012 - 11:26:06 PM
Secretariat leadership of the capital is keen to address all the problems that hinder the procedures of making sanitation workers have fixed-term state employees have not yet been completed, said the Secretary of the capital, Abdel-Qader Ali Hilal on Sunday.
Hilal said during a meeting with representatives, supervisors, observers and managers of sanitation workers in the districts of the Secretariat of the capital that they are respected by all members of the community because they are doing national work and deserves all the praise and appreciation from everyone.
“The Ministry of Finance is currently issuing financial reinforcements to include them in the government payroll which is expected to finish its work during the next two days,” he said.
Hilal pointed out that the Secretariat had set up a special committee for complaints in coordination with the union of sanitation workers and the Office of the Civil Service and Finance to study the conditions of the workers who exceeded the legal age for employment or have health problems to deal with their situation.
Hilal stressed the need to work on the maintenance of available equipment and maintain it and to punish all those who will be found involved in destroying or disabling such equipment as they are a public property.
He called on all supervisors and managers of cleaning areas to put a sort of a geographical chart for the redistribution of cleaners to commensurate with the needs of each neighborhood and street in the capital during two days because they will be accountable in front of the community.
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