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What are the cases that deprive an employee of promotion in the Civil Service Law?

Promotions are one of the incentives and rights stipulated in the Civil Service Law 81 of 2016 and its executive regulations for employees in the state’s administrative apparatus. Therefore, the law set conditions for promotions so that those who deserve them from among the employees can obtain them. Therefore, the law has established barriers that prevent the employee from being promoted.

Does secondment prevent employee promotion?

The law stipulates that the seconded employee, whether internally or externally, is not entitled to be promoted.

What will be the situation after the end of the loan?

The employee is entitled to promotion after the end of the secondment or upon his return from it.

 Does leave affect the employee's promotion?

The Civil Service Law stipulates that the employee is not entitled to promotion if the employee gets a leave without pay until after the leave is completed and he returns to work again.

 Are there exceptions regarding vacations?

The law stipulates that there are two cases of leave during which the employee is entitled to obtain promotion, which is sick leave or childcare leave for women.

Do penalties deprive a public employee from promotion?

- Penalties are among the barriers to promotion for an employee in the state’s administrative apparatus, and if the employee falls on the employee’s penalty of wage deduction for a period of more than 10 days, or a more severe penalty than that, before the penalty imposed on him is erased.

 Are there cases that prevent the employee from being promoted, such as prosecution or suspension from work?

- According to the Civil Service Law, which is if the employee is referred to a disciplinary or criminal trial or is suspended from work for the length of the referral period, or the suspension is not permissible in this case, the promotion of the employee may not be delayed for more than two years.