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Liviu Dragnea: Staff reductions might occur at level of central administration
01.04.2013, 13:05 | HR Careers Education | 1073 views

Deputy Prime Minister Liviu Dragnea, Minister of Public Administration said that the serious restructuring process started in the central administration might bring about some staff cuts in the ministries, as well.

“Staff cuts in the central administration might appear. In the local administration, a few years ago some personal standards were approved by law. However, there is no such thing in the central administration, every ministry was able to hire as many people as desired. Or, such a thing is not right. I told to all the ministers, to all my colleagues, to make this staff analysis (…). If they do not respond, we will come up with a Government Emergency Ordinance and tell them very clearly the reduction extent so they will be obliged to do it “, Dragnea said.


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