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Public sector evaluation and hirings in the spotlight
As Greek politics gradually winds down for the mid-August break, the country’s lenders are likely to have their attention on a couple of potentially important developments ahead of the third review, which is due to begin in the autumn.
Reports suggest that the government’s repeated efforts to conduct an evaluation of civil servants has failed. The deadline for the third attempt has passed and only a minority of public sector workers have been assessed.
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