What is changing in public recruitment

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By Dimitris Katsaganis

The “puzzle” of the new recruitment regime in the State is institutionally completed, after the presentation of the new unified “qualification – branch list” by the Minister of Interior, Mr. Makis Voridis.

The new qualification – branch list defines the categories, branches and specialties, the formal qualifications, main, additional or auxiliary, appointment or recruitment to positions of each branch and specialty of their permanent or private law employment staff and determines the process of matching the existing branches and specialties of the public bodies with the new branches and specialties of the new Presidential Decree.

A part of the revised Presidential Decree is the drastic reduction of the existing branches and specialties (more than 2,700 branches and specialties are codified in 550, a reduction approaching 80%), with the aim, among other things, of simplifying the conduct of the Single Written Competition.

It also provides for the abolition of obsolete branches and the creation of new modern branches and specialties, with the aim of upgrading the quality of public services provided by employees of higher education and vocational training.

In addition, the complete and systematic mapping and institutional mapping of the qualifications for appointment or recruitment by branch and specialty (accepted titles, licenses to practice the profession, etc.) is progressing. Furthermore, among other things, the possibility for bodies to set up branches with “photographic” appointment qualifications is now abolished. From now on, the Public Sector Human Resources Committee will have the responsibility, at central level, to monitor the needs of public bodies in new branches and specialties and will submit an annual report to the Minister of Interior on the need to amend or supplement the Presidential Decree, suggestion of the competent organizational units of the Ministry of Interior.

It should also be noted that uniform treatment and the elimination of discrimination between permanent and indefinite-term employees (IDAX) are promoted, by the award of a branch and a specialty to all regular staff, regardless of employment relationship. Finally, the existing branches of the serving employees are assigned to the new branches and specialties.

According to circles of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Capital.gr, the new qualification-branch list in the Public Sector will help ASEP in shaping the terms of the first Panhellenic Competition for the new permanent positions in the Ministries and their various supervised bodies next Autumn.

The same sources state that through the new qualification-branch register and the Panhellenic Recruitment Competition, the first basic part of the new staffing cycle in the Public Sector is “buttoned”.

The other part is about mobility. The first round of mobility is over. From the beginning of June until the end of August of this year, the Ministries, their supervised bodies and the Local Government Organizations (Local Authorities) will be able to submit their requests for recruitment to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Towards the end of September, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will formulate the final proposal for the recruitments of 2023, which will be approved by the cabinet in October, ending with the Annual Recruitment Planning. At the same time, from October, the mobility cycle will “run”.

Source: Capital

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