DIS denies agents contracts breach

400 employees are accusing the DIS of failing to fast track their progression since 2007
400 employees are accusing the DIS of failing to fast track their progression since 2007

The Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) has denied any breach of contract of its employees over the current loggerheads resulting from an alleged lack of progression.

In a response to a lawsuit filed by over 400 employees who are accusing the DIS of failing to fast track their progression since 2007, the intelligence agency has defended its decision.

It based its defence not to fast track progression of the said employees on grounds that there was no contract breach and that progression is not automatic nor an entitlement. “We deny that there was a contract breach as promotion in the public sector is based on certain factors. Promotion is not automatic nor an entitlement,” the DIS insisted.

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