As we all know, even if working for the public services usually pays less, it is, in fact, more secure and gives the officials more guarantees against job cuts, especially when it comes to firing. However, this doesn’t mean they are immune to it, and sometimes an official gets fired.
What are the reasons for which job cuts can be done ?
When the official is a trainee
A trainee may be fired for :
- A confirmed lack of professionalism, which means that he (or she) is not able to fulfill the task corresponding to his job.
- If he has finished at least half of his training, and if he is not a holder in another part.
- For disciplinary mistake.
- For a certain inability to complete his training after the sick leave he gets. (It does not matter if the leave is paid or not).
When the official is a holder
Whatever his job is, a holder official may be fired for :
- A lack of professional skills.
- After 3 refusals of 3 jobs steaming out of an availability.
In the public services, an official may also be fired :
- In case of professional reorientation, after refusing 3 jobs when he is available.
- In case of non-justified refusal of one or many jobs after along sick leave.
In the territorial public services, the official can be fired for :
- When the official asks, after a detachment of a functional job when his collectivity does not have a vacant post corresponding to his grade.
In the health care services, an official can be fired if he does not ask to be signed as available after 6 months.