This information was reported by the People’s Committee of Binh Duong province to the Inspection Team of the Ministry of Home Affairs during a working session on the situation of civil servants and public employees resigning and quitting their jobs; the observance of public order and discipline by agencies, organizations and individuals in the performance of public duties.
According to a report by the People’s Committee of Binh Duong province, the whole province has more than 24,700 civil servants and public employees. However, from January 2022 to September 2023, 1,125 civil servants and public employees resigned or quit their jobs, including 70 people holding leadership positions.
Notably, many of these people hold important positions in the Provincial People’s Committee and Provincial People’s Council.
Also according to the report, the number of civil servants and public employees quitting their jobs is mainly in the education and health sectors.
Binh Duong Provincial People’s Committee said that the reason why officials quit their jobs is mainly due to streamlining the organization and streamlining staff.
In addition, due to high workload, officials and civil servants have to work outside of office hours, greatly affecting the quality of work and health. The salary policy does not meet the basic needs for themselves and their families, so civil servants and public employees are not motivated to stick with their jobs.
In addition, another reason is that officials have a fear of making mistakes and being held accountable in the process of handling work.
A representative of the Department of Home Affairs of Binh Duong province said that currently the province’s payroll is the lowest compared to other localities in the Southeast region, even less than Binh Phuoc and Tay Ninh (about 100 people compared to Binh Phuoc and 80 people). people compared to Tay Ninh), while Binh Duong’s workload is many times higher than other localities.
The low number of staff and high workload have put pressure on staff during the work process.
Talking to PV VietNamNet, a cadastral officer in Thuan An City said he was applying to quit his job after nearly 10 years with this position. One of the main reasons why this officer resigned was due to pressure at work and fear of making mistakes due to the many inadequacies in the legal document system.