The latest situation in the arrangement of contracted staff: Has it passed the parliament? Who will cover the contracted personnel?


The regulation, which will employ more than 500 thousand contracted personnel, has been prepared. The latest situation in the regulation that nurses, research assistants, teachers and religious officials are waiting for is curious. Contracted personnel included in the scope will be able to optionally transfer to the staff. The rights of those who do not want to join the staff will be protected personally until the end of their duties. Well, has the contracted staff arrangement passed the parliament? Who will cover the contracted personnel?

Speaking at the Cabinet Meeting on the implementation of the contracted staff arrangement, President Erdoğan stated that they will ensure that the legal arrangement in the contracted staff is put into practice by submitting it to the Parliament as soon as possible. A new statement regarding the arrangement has come.
AK Party Group Deputy Chairman Muhammet Emin Akbaşoğlu recently made statements regarding the agenda. Pointing to the month of January regarding the staff arrangement, Akbaşoğlu said, “After 1 month at the latest, we will implement the legal work on the recruitment of contracted personnel and the solution of the situation of our EYT brothers.”
The condition of having worked in this status for 3 years will be sought for the transition of contracted employees, including local administrations, to the staff. In addition, there will be a candidate civil service period of 1 year. Therefore, the transition from contract to staff will take place at the end of a period of 3 plus 1 year. Those who have already completed 3 years of contracts will be able to immediately switch to the candidate civil service. Those who have not yet completed this period will have the same right at the end of 3 years.
The scope of the contract staff arrangement was expanded. The Minister of Labor and Social Security, Vedat Bilgin, announced that they included 50-D research assistants and contracted Ministry of Culture artists.

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