Lithuania will have fewer public servants, the selection will be centralized, their employer will be free to set salaries and reduce bonuses, however, they will have more days off and money for good performance, according to the reform initiated by the Interior Ministry that will still need approval from the government and the Seimas.
The public service in Lithuania is currently regulated by procedures approved 15 years ago. The ministry says that the past decade has brought significant changes to the regulation of selection and assessment of employees, however, new short...
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