NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A “minor delay” in monthly payments to participants in the Public Service Professional Engagement Program (PSPEP) will be resolved by “end of day tomorrow, April 4, 2023,” according to a statement from press of the Ministry of Public Service.
“Due to delays in submissions to the Ministry of Civil Service, these payments could not be released on March 31, 2023,” the statement said. “This caused a payment delay of three to four days. Our payroll officers work diligently to make all overdue payments with minimal delay. »
The civil service ministry said its aim was to make such delays a thing of the “past”.
“PSPEP participants are valued members of the public service workforce. We can assure all concerned that high priority is given to efficient payment processing,” the ministry said.
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