Inspectors from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHF) have confirmed that dozens of management appointees in Hải Dương Province’s Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Department violated official recruitment and promotion regulations. — Photo thanhnien.vn
HẢI DƯƠNG — Inspectors from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHF) have confirmed that dozens of management appointees in Hải Dương Province’s Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Department violated official recruitment and promotion regulations.
This conclusion came after an urgent investigation ordered by Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc last November.
The total of 44 cadres promoted as deputies or heads of offices was found to be a disproportionate number compared to the total staff of 46 people.
The appointments were also found to not meet recruitment qualifications.
During the inspection, director of Hải Dương Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs relieved seven officials from the post of deputies of offices and moved an official to another position.
The number of managerial positions was cut down to 32 as of November 18, 2016.
Aside from the wrongdoings in official appointments, the department was also found signing a total of 17 labour contracts without proper procedures and personnel criteria.
Inspectors from the Ministry of Home Affairs have ordered People’s Committee of Hải Dương Province to cut down unnecessary managerial positions.
The recruitment and appointment of officials must be in compliance with the government policy of downsizing the number of public officials and staff, they said.
Inspectors urged the department to clarify the responsibility of all individuals and organisations involved in the case.
They also requested the department’s director to review criteria for executive appointments and to dismiss the appointment of unqualified or unworthy ones. -- VNS