The Government on June 9 issued a Decree prescribing principles, grounds, order, procedures, criteria and competence for annual evaluation and classification of cadres, civil servants and public employees.
Under Decree No. 56/2015/ND-CP, the criteria for evaluation and classification of cadres, civil servants and public employees are of four levels, including: (1) excellent accomplishment of duties; (2) good accomplishment of duties; (3) accomplishment of duties with limited capability (for cadres and civil servants) and accomplishment of duties (for public employees); (4) non-accomplishment of duties.
Civil servants will be considered failing to accomplish duties if being disciplined for showing authoritarian or bureaucratic behaviors, harassing citizens or commiting corruption acts__Photo: VNA
Accordingly, in order to be considered having excellently accomplished duties, cadres must not only be diligent, enterprising and willingly accountable during the implementation of assigned duties, and successfully fulfill irregular duties, but also come up with specific initiatives and solutions to help increase operational effectiveness of related agencies and organizations.
Meanwhile, civil servants and public employees must effectively accomplish ahead-of-time their assigned duties prescribed in annual working plans or contracts, and have at least one scientific work applied to the performance of such duties.
Cadres will be considered failing to accomplish their duties if being disciplined for disunity occurring in agencies or organizations which they are in charge of, or having accomplished under 70 percent of their duties prescribed in annual programs or plans.
Besides, civil servants who are disciplined for showing authoritarian or bureaucratic behaviors, harassing citizens, wasting public property, or committing corruption acts will be classified as failing to accomplish duties.
Public employees will also be considered failing to accomplish duties if they can fulfill under 70 percent of their duties prescribed in signed working contracts, or violate the code of conduct and professional ethics, or harass citizens and are disciplined for such behaviors.
This Decree will take effect on August 1, 2015.-