Economist: Career slack is very large in the state and the abolition of the instituti
Economist: Career slack is very large in the state and the abolition of the institutions is not a solution
Counting an economist, the abolition of institutions, departments, companies and government or re Heldltha that he is not a solution "to cancel the job slack in it."
Dawood Al Zayer told all of Iraq [where] that "slack is located in the administrative departments and institutions is too large and needs to be restructured, but there is a problem is the presence of huge career staff."
He pointed out that "the human resources department of the State administration is wrong to not invest in human energy production here is a flaw."
Among Zayer "If we can convert idle bodies that do not work and Tsenzv state funds to operating according to its competence could be beyond human resources to better manage."
He noted economist that "the solution to these problems, state institutions is not resolved or canceled, but re-investment of human resources."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi had announced last September that the number of employees who earn salaries from the state is more than four million people, nearly 20 percent of the country's workforce by an estimated population of 36 million people.
He was Abadi since 11 last August Counting reform packages in the economic, financial and administrative area and included a comprehensive and immediate reduction in the number of protections for all state officials and the abolition of the posts of Vice President and Prime Minister immediately and remove all the top positions of the independent bodies, agents and Ministries and advisers and managers of two years of political and sectarian quotas , Feminine ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce expenses.