BRA moves to finish soon
SECONDMENTS?TO?THE Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) should be completed today or by Monday.
Chief Personnel Officer Gail Atkins made the disclosure yesterday as she sought to clarify the situation of recent reversions of some public officers to their substantive posts after acting in higher posts. The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) had complained about the process.
In a release from the Government Information Service late yesterday evening, Atkins said the reversions had nothing to do with the BRA, but rather, promotions in the service.
She said that in addition to dealing with the BRA, the Personnel Administration Division was also involved in the retrenchment of public servants on March 31, as well as the appointment on promotion to three posts – 10 officers were appointed to the post of assistant personnel officer from among 72 people interviewed; 15 people were promoted from among 75 interviewed for the post of senior administrative officers; while 25 senior accountants were promoted out of 57 people interviewed.