BANDUNG-Since 2014 to 2017, the number of West Java Provincial Government State Civil Apparatus (ASN) which is subject to disciplinary sanctions continues to decline. This continues with the government's efforts to create a comfortable atmosphere in the offices.
West Java Provincial Secretary, Iwa Karniwa, said in 2014 there were 33 SCAs or civil servants exposed to disciplinary sanctions. While in 2015 the number is reduced to 19 SCA, in 2016 reduced again to 17 people.
Then from January to September 2017, there are only 9 civil servants who get disciplinary sanctions. When compared with the number of West Java Provincial Government of West Java which reached 12,634 people, the number of SCA that gets disciplinary sanction this year is very little.
He said, it happened with varying sanctions levels. Of the nine, one of whom suffered demotion for one year, six people suffered a three-year demotion, one was honored with dismissal, and another was dismissed.
"Every regional secretary in his / her region has an obligation to take action and develop an undisciplined SCA, and if the official does not evaluate and prosecute his undisciplined subordinates, the official will also be subject to sanctions," Iwa said at Gedung Sate on Monday (2 / 10).
Iwa said there is a very effective West Java Regional Secretariat as an intensive coordination and communication space in regulating SCA discipline. Through this forum, every secretary in each region is pressed to continue to improve the level of SCA discipline, in a number of ways.
The most important thing in improving discipline, he said, is to create a conducive and comfortable climate in the office, eliminating unfair competition, and making workers feel at home in the office. Thus, SCA can be more productive work. (Even)