Bulgaria -Cabinet imposes ban on bonuses for state servants -June 13, 2012

The council of ministers has banned all bonuses for employees of the state administration. Instead, a yearly evaluation system will be instated to increase wages for well performing civil servants. The ban comes after the direction of a national agency was forced to resign in a bonus related scandal and Prime Minister Borisov ordered all ministers and other high level officials to return all bonuses they received over the last years.

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