AROUND PROBLEMS OF THE EMPLOYMENT IN THE NATIONAL LABOUR INSPECTORATE
The increasing number of cases of social disapproval of the employment in public offices and institutions with a violation of the existing regulations, especially in the recent years, as well as appointing to the highest positions people whose qualifications are far from desirable, make one think why this is the case in a democratic state of law and what should be done to change it. It is clear that an adequate selection of personnel and implementation of statutory responsibilities depend on their strict compliance with pre-employment regulations. Due to the fact that ensuring equal access to employment is both a constitutional and Labour Code requirement, the regulations relating to qualification procedures should be subject to statutory standards. PIP (National Labour Inspectorate) legislator passed on standardization of these matters to the General Labour Inspector in a decree issued by him, which does not fit in the generally binding system of law. The decree on this subject published by GIP (General Labour Inspectorate) contains numerous inaccuracies resulting in the lack of reliability of recruitment. There is also a shortage of regulations ensuring the right selection for the highest positions in the inspection, which results in appointing to these positions people who do not always meet the desired criteria. In this situation a statutory regulation of the recruitment procedure is necessary for persons to be employed in PIP including management positions with the possibility of questioning the qualification procedure and having control over it. PIP as a supervision and control authority in the area of labor law subordinate to the Parliament should be a model for other employers. Otherwise, its credibility will cause a lot of reservations.
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