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March 2, 2021

Foreign Ministry gives up confidentiality bonus

Foreign Affairs Ministry employees gave up their confidentiality bonus in exchange for a fixed amount of 15 per cent of their wage, following negotiations between diplomatic staff and Labour Ministry officials, according to daily ‘Ziua’. “We gave up the confidentiality bonus because this bonus was not accepted by the Labour Ministry,” members of the Foreign Ministry’s delegation were quoted as saying after Tuesday’s meeting. Following negotiations, it was also decided that four bonuses that are currently granted to Foreign Ministry staff, including the bonuses for speaking rare foreign languages, stability and for having a PhD, be included in their basic wage. Besides their salary, Foreign Ministry staff will receive a bonus for working in risky conditions and an amount of 15 per cent of their wage for those working with classified information, according to the same source.

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