Parliament of Zim restructures

The Zimbabwe Parliament will carry out a restructuring exercise of its staff and operations in the new year.

This was revealed by the Speaker of Parliament Honourable Advocate Jacob Mudenda at the long service awards ceremony held last Friday.

The restructuring is meant to streamline operations and ensure a proper job evaluation is carried out so that employees are remunerated accordingly.

“As Speaker, working together with fellow presiding officers, we want to implement the institutional, structural reforms guided by the Patterson System, where we need to do proper job evaluation, where we need to do proper job specification, where we need to do appropriate job descriptions and in tandem with that the remuneration scales will be decided accordingly.

Currently the structure is disadvantaging the majority of you,” he said.

Parliament will also adopt Artificial Intelligence as part of measures to improve the welfare of its workers

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