The Ministry of Public Service and Human Resource Development, has prepared a draft proclamation which allows civil servants to get annual salary increment on the basis of their performance.
The new proclamation helps to properly implement the Job Evaluation and Grading (JEG) reform, Alemaw Mengist, State Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development, told FBC Friday.
The amendment is required because a study confirmed that there are gaps in the existing proclamation, he said.
The draft proclamation incorporated a set of regulations which compel in service civil servants and new employees to have certificate of competence, including work ethics and psychology, he said.
The new national jobs evaluation and grading system, which will be prepared based on the decision of the Council of Ministers, is aimed at creating productive civil servants, the State Minister said.
According to Alemaw, 10 years have passed since the current Federal Civil Servants' Proclamation No. 515/99 was prepared.