Friday, July 1, 2022

civil service

Go ahead and use English, Abang Johari tells Sarawak civil servants

Premier Abang Johari Openg says the Sarawak constitution allows for both English and Malay to be used in official matters.

UK PM Johnson targets civil service to cut government costs

Johnson is trying to find ways to cut costs at a time when millions of people in Britain are struggling with increasing food and fuel bills, targeting a workforce that has increased to help navigate Brexit and the Covid-19 outbreak.

Tough job market in 2021 to see more fresh grads turning to civil service?

While the starting pay might be low, other factors such as job security, allowances and benefits help make a career in the civil service an attractive option.

In new memoir, Mahathir tells of ‘millionaire civil servants’, thesis-like manifesto

He says his biggest problems upon his return to Putrajaya included the state of finances and the rot in the civil service.

Chief sec assures no disruption to civil service after PM steps down

Mohd Zuki Ali says the civil service is committed to ensuring the smooth delivery of services, even during challenging times.

‘King of Absentees’ accused of not turning up for work at hospital for 15 years

He was reportedly paid €538,000 (RM2,666,000) over the years he is now thought to have been comfortably at home.

Lawyer moots ‘cooling-off period’ before ex-govt officials return to industry they once headed

This is already the practice in many countries as part of good governance and anti-corruption measures.

Rosmah seen as PM’s fierce wife, ex-aide tells court

But Rizal Mansor says he regarded the negative descriptions of Rosmah Mansor at the time as inaccurate and rumours intended to paint her in a bad light among civil servants.

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