Preparation Of Open-Ended Contracts For Half A Million Pre-Employment Employees

date 2017/07/30 views 439 comments 0

icon-writer R. Mellah /*/ English Version: Med.B.

The Government of Prime Minister Abdelmajid Tebboune has addressed the file related to the status adjustment of those employees under pre-employment contracts in various formats, whether under the Ministry of Labor and Employment and Social Security or the Ministry of National Solidarity and Family, by deciding to extend the contracts of about half a million employees until the 31st of December of this year, to avoid their mass dismissal.

The latter are thus expected to benefit, early next year, from open-ended contracts, notably for those employees recruited in the framework of the "Anem" formula.

The head of the National Network for Pre-Employment and Social Affairs, Mohamed Boulsina on Sunday told “Echorouk” that the contracts for more than half a million employees under the various forms of integration of the Ministry of National Solidarity will expire during the current quarter of this year (July, August, September).

 In view of the correspondence and reports submitted to the services of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Labor and Social Security, the relevant authorities, in order to avoid the collective dismissal of thousands of employees, decided to extend the employment contracts until December 31st, he added.

The source, who described the decision to extend contracts under the instructions of Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune as a “positive step”, indicated that it is expected that this category of employees would benefit from open-ended  contracts, after the expiry of the extension period set for 31 December 2017.

This salutary decision, he said, has led to the abolition of the principle of dealing with contracts with limited duration at the level of public institutions, with renewal of the employment mechanism.

Our interlocutor added that the extension decision issued by the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security under instructions from PM Tebboune also concerned staff members under contracts of the professional integration assistance system (DAIP) and the (PID), including university degree holders, Graduates of institutes, those of vocational training centers, national institutes specialized in vocational training and institutes of vocational education.

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