Dismissal of civil servants: how the government intends to “sanction those who do not do their job sufficiently” ?

Dismissal of civil servants: how the government intends to “sanction those who do not do their job sufficiently” ?

Le ministre entend sanctionner les insuffisances professionnelles MAXPPP – Alexis Sciard

Next fall, a bill to better sanction the professional inadequacies of civil servants should be presented to the Council of Ministers.

This Tuesday, April 9, the Minister of Transformation and Civil Service opened the debates on his bill concerning "the effectiveness of the public service". This should be presented to the Council of Ministers next fall. Stanislas Guerini therefore took the opportunity to raise the subject of dismissal in the public service.

"Are employers and managers sufficiently equipped to take into account professional inadequacy in the course of the career, directly assessed on the basis of the professional evaluation ? What possibility a graduated response ?" is written in the framework document presented this Tuesday to public service unions and employers, reveals Le Parisien.

"Sanction those who do not do their job sufficiently"

According to our colleagues, the project would focus on "professional inadequacy", and the sanctions which can range from a simple call to order to dismissal. The "dismissal of a civil servant for professional inadequacy", already exists in the Civil Service Code. However, the current texts are vague and therefore inapplicable : only thirteen dismissals for "professional inadequacy" took place in 2023, in the state civil service, which has 2.5& ;nbsp;millions of agents.

"There has been a culture of avoidance on these subjects for too long, comments Stanislas Guerini in the columns of Le Parisien. The latter intends "to evolve, modernize" the status of the civil service : " It is a deviation from the status of the civil service to consider that in the name of guaranteeing employment, we cannot separate ourselves from an agent who does not do his job . Justice is to reward agents who are committed and to sanction those who do not do their job sufficiently."

"The measures I am taking are not budgetary measures, but efficiency measures for our public services. And we cannot sweep these subjects under the rug", adds the minister who deplores a system "that remained stuck in the 1980s" . Yet, the absenteeism of civil servants would cost "8 billion d& ;rsquo;euros per year", according to Guérini.

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