The Civil Service Appeals Board (CSAB) has addressed 1026 complaints in the past month. Of which, 847 complaints were rejected, 123 complaints were confirmed, and another 42 complaints were archived. Also, eight complaints led to the re-announcement of the civil service positions, two complaints led to holding the recruitment exams for civil service positions anew, and four other complaints led to other various decisions.
Meanwhile, in the past one month, 962 complaints related to ministries and independent government agencies were registered with the CSAB. These complaints included: 814 complaints about not being shortlisted, 73 complaints about not convinced of the exam results, 22 complaints about illegal transfer, nine complaints about positions’ announcements, nine complaints about salary deductions, eight complaints about not being appointed, eight complaints about not being admitted in the exam, seven complaints about dismissals, five complaints about not convinced of the annual assessment results, three complaints about not getting transferred, two complaints about uncertainty over employment and another two complaints about lack of transparency in the exam process.