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Bahrain records 60 administrative complaints

MANAMA, November 16, 2014

Bahrain’s Civil Service Bureau (CSB) yesterday announced that it has registered 60 administrative complaints related to training, annual appraisal, disbursement of incentives and awards in the public sector.

It said the complaints were registered during 10 visits conducted by its team, according to administrative audit director Shaikha Rana bint Abdulrahman Al Khalifa, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.

She said the directorate conducted 15 audit field visits to government entities from January to August, three ad hoc visits and one to follow up a subject previously audited.

They made 12 administrative observations related to training programmes and scholarships, organisational structures and job descriptions, application of organisational performance system (quality) and annual appraisal, Shaikha Rana said.

She said the directorate received 60 complaints through hotline, fax, post and email and 21 were found to be genuine and 18 were processed, and the remaining are being processed. – TradeArabia News Service




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