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  • Treasury has issued a circular to all Secretaries to Ministries

 

The Treasury has approved the payment of bonus for employees of state-owned statutory bodies and fully state-owned companies for 2019, the Finance Ministry 
said yesterday. 

 

 The Treasury has issued a circular to all Secretaries to Ministries, Heads of fully State owned Companies and Chairmen of all State Owned Enterprises (SoEs) in this regard.  
The Ministry said that SoEs eligible to pay bonuses have been further advised to pay bonuses for 2019 to all staff based on the financial report of their financial year 2018, as given last year.  


The circular No: 03/2018 of the Department of Public Enterprises issued on 7th December 2018 is valid for this purpose.  


The bonus of 2019 will be subject to payment of all statutory payments made by the respective SoEs, even though if there is no board of directors appointed to any such SoE.  

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