The Nationalist Party today launched a series of proposals to incentivise efficiency in public sector work, recognise experience, and motivate works to invest in their careers.
The proposals are aimed at improving the working conditions of workers in the public sector, while ensuring that they lead to a better quality of life. This incluces, among others, the opportunity to grow in their career and improve their working conditions.
In a news conference on Friday, addressed by MPs Karl Gouder and Joe Ellis and general election candidate Ivan Castillo, the PN promised that as a new alternative government, it will ensure that conditions of public sector employees improve wherever possible, while ensuring a quality service for all citizens.
The proposals announced by the Nationalist Party are:
“These proposals,” the party said, “clearly show how committed a new Nationalist Government is to, in its first few months, implement a change for employees in the public sector by guaranteeing stability and a better quality of work.”
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