From today, 58 new administrative assistants are taking up service at the Venetian judicial offices selected thanks to the Memorandum of Understanding signed last 30 June in Venice by the Minister of Justice, Carlo Nordio, and by the president of the Veneto Region, Luca Zaia. The Ministry of Justice reports this in a note, explaining that, on the basis of this agreement, the first in Italy between the ministry and local authorities, to fill the staff shortage, via Arenula has drawn on the rankings of regional competitions to select administrative assistants available since immediately to take service. “Just seventy days after the signing of the Protocol with President Zaia – stated the Minister of Justice, Carlo Nordio – we managed, together with the Veneto region, to get the first administrative assistants into service. It is an important signal that demonstrates how the dialogue between the ministry and local authorities can generate valuable and efficient best practices that we are also replicating with other local institutions". "Our aim - added – is to make the most of public employment in judicial offices, making it possible for candidates to choose to work in local offices close to their residence". “It is a fact of common sense, which guarantees stability and continuity of work, in line with the program undertaken by the ministry,” she concluded.
The ministry explains that this is a pilot project that will be replicated shortly with other local authorities with the aim of speeding up the inclusion of workers in the courts, facilitated by the possibility of choosing offices close to one's residence. This model - concludes the note – allows us to provide timely responses to the age-old shortage of personnel, favoring the stability of the choice of candidates, incentivized to choose public employment without having to transfer their residence, with all the inconveniences and costs associated with this necessity. The use of regional rankings also represents a rapid and effective response, despite the much longer times involved in completing traditional competitions.