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Greek Civil Servants Transfer 1.5 Billion Euros Abroad

Greek authorities are to investigate 5,260 Greek civil employees for transferring almost 1.5 billion euros to foreign banks between 2010 and 2014. According to the...

PASOK Opposes Govt Plans for Changes in Public Sector Wages

Greek coalition government partner PASOK declared its opposition regarding the new pay structure in the public sector after the plan was leaked to the media. The party, which...

Administrative Reform Minister Against Mayors' Refusal to Evaluate Employees

Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis responded to statements made by 19 Greek mayors, who have insisted that they will not permit the review of work...

Troika Talks in Paris In Good Terms, Greece to Issue 7-year Bond

Government spokesperson Sofia Voultepsi confirmed earlier today that talks between the Greek delegation, headed by Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis, and the Troika representatives in...

Commitment of Layoffs in Public Sector Will Be Met

Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met today with Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis in order to discuss the reforms and dismissals, ahead of the Troika meeting in Paris...

Public Sector Employees Don't Know How to Use Computers

According to data released by Greek newspaper “Ta Nea”, public sector employees are computer illiterate. In fact, more than half (64%) admitted that they...

Coalition Government Agrees on Lay Offs in Public Sector

The Greek coalition government decided on Friday to proceed with 6,500 dismissals of public employees who have committed offenses or have been hired using falsified...

Samaras-Venizelos Meeting to Ease Government Tension

In a meeting between Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Government Vice President and PASOK leader, Evangelos Venizelos, the two men discussed pending issues. The controversial...

Tension in Government Over Public Employee Evaluation

Tension has arisen between Greek government cabinet members on the issue of the evaluation of 6,500 public employees that must be completed by the...

Public Employees React to Evaluation

Greek public employees' union federation ADEDY and other public-sector unions announced that they will have recourse to the Council of State, Greece 's Supreme Administrative...