Adeleke starts Osun staff inspection

Adeleke starts Osun staff inspection

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Adeleke starts Osun staff inspection

Governor Adeleke, Osun state

Adeleke starts Osun staff inspection. Ademola Adeleke, Governor of Osun State, has announced plans to fill existing vacancies in the state’s education, health, and other sub-sectors.

Adeleke made the announcement at the start of personnel audits across the state public service, which began with his biometric capture, as well as that of the Deputy Governor and the Speaker of the House of Assembly.

According to a statement obtained in Osogbo on Saturday by the governor’s spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed, the data collection was preceded by a closed-door meeting with the state labor leadership where processes and procedures were firmed up to ensure the protection and fulfillment of the interests of all stakeholders.

The governor, who reiterated that the audit was not a witch hunt, promised the state workforce that the audit will increase the state government’s capacity to meet the requirements of workers, members of the public, and state leadership.

“I want to reassure workers and other stakeholders that the staff audit is not a witch hunt,” the statement said. Our administration prioritizes worker welfare on our governance agenda. As a result, we will not take any action that may harm both official and informal workers.

“The audit will accomplish several goals, including cleaning up the payroll system, validating the actual number of state employees, and identifying areas of vacancy across various sectors of the public sector.” We must validate our workforce’s data.

“We also need to confirm existing vacancies in the government.” I already issued an order to collect job openings for teachers and health care employees. The compilation is nearly finished. The end result will be what we term data-driven management of our public sector.

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