Ministry of Transport to Recruit Disabled and Ex-Convict Workers

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Ministry of Transport to Recruit Disabled and Ex-Convicts; Continuous workers will be recruited from the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure for those with disabilities and ex-convicts or injured in the fight against terrorism. In the information given by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, it was pointed out that the application procedures will take place between the dates of 16-20 December 2019, and it was emphasized that the application procedures will be made through İŞKUR.


While complaints about the lack of appointment of personnel with disabilities to public institutions and organizations are increasing day by day, the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure announced that it will recruit only 2 disabled workers, and brought reactions. In the announcement published on various announcement pages, “The Ministry's provincial organization will be recruited for 2 disabled and 1 ex-convicts or permanent workers who are injured in the fight against terrorism. announced the hiring conditions including Turkey Business Council, abolished the State Personnel Department and the Ministry of us between 16-20 December 2019 will be published on the website. The mentioned Labor recruitment will be made within the scope of the “Regulation on the Procedures and Principles to be Applied to the Recruitment of Workers to Public Institutions and Organizations” and “The Procedure and Principles to be Applied in the Recruitment of the Persons Injured in the Fight Against Terrorism as Workers”. since December 16, 2019 are required to apply to the relevant Turkey Business Association. " In the announcement, it was seen in the announcement that the 2-person disabled staff and 1-person ex-convict or terrorists who were injured in the fight against terrorism were not separated.

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