Loophole threat to Civil Service jobs in counties
03 August 2012, 10:37
Nairobi - Civil servants’ jobs might be in danger due to the lack of laws to guide transition to the new county administration after elections next year, The Standard reports.
Public servants are in danger of losing their jobs and neither the Public Service Commission (PSC) nor the new County Transition Authority (CTA) will be able to shield them.
Hiring of staff for counties will be the responsibility of the Counties Public Service Board (CPSB) operating under the governors, while the PSC will remain in charge of recruitment of personnel for the National Government.
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