Civil Service Minister hails standardisation of salaries

Muscat: Sheikh Khalid bin Omar Al Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, hailed the Royal directives of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, issued last month, on standardising the grades and salaries schedule for all civil sector employees with effect from January  1, 2014.

The appreciation came during his meeting at the Institution of  Public Administration with the directors general of the administrative and financial affairs, the directors of the financial affairs and the directors of HRD/Personnel of the governmental units that apply the Civil Service Law and its executive bylaw.

The aim of the meeting was to highlight the rules and regulations of the Annexure 2 of the said Royal Decree, related to transferring employees to the financial grades stipulated in the standard grades and salaries schedule.

The Minister of Civil Service said that His Majesty's promulgation of the royal decree that standardises grades and salaries emanates from the wise thinking of His Majesty who believes that the citizen is the core and the goal of the development process.

Sheikh Al Marhoon thanked the Minister of the Diwan of the Royal Court and Chairman of the Civil Service Council and the technical team led by the Diwan of the Royal Court as well as other respective agencies for their sincere efforts to enforce the Royal directives. Khalfan bin Nasser Al Wahaibi, director-general of Administrative Revision and Follow up at the Ministry of Civil Service made a presentation on the Royal orders and the mechanisms that will be used in transferring employees to the grades given in the standardised schedule.

He gave practical examples of how employees will be transferred to the new grades and the factors that will be taken into account in this process.

At the end of the meeting, the Minister of Civil Service urged all units to initiate transfer of their employees to the standard schedule as per the rules and regulations in this regard.


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