BANJA LUKA – A significant number of 60 workers employed in the public city company “Aquana” in Banja Luka are not qualified for the jobs they are engaged in, which critics consider one of the reasons that contributed to the financial dubiousness in which this company is located.
As of today, the names of all employees in the city companies, institutions and establishments of Banja Luka are available to the public, and when it comes to this company, it is visible that workers whose education has nothing to do with what they do are employed in certain jobs.
For example, the head of the procurement, sales and marketing department is a football coach by profession.
A catering technician was hired as an accountant, and the cashier ended up as a chemical technician.
The business secretary employed in the General Affairs Service is a history and geography teacher who acquired his title at the Faculty of Philosophy in Banja Luka.
Also, as can be seen from the published lists, some workers were retrained for certain jobs. For example, the chef is a graduate economist, while an engineer of organization and management was engaged in ticket sales.
We remind you that due to financial problems, the workers are late in the payment of several salaries, and recently the Tax Administration of the Republic of Srpska blocked the accounts of “Aquana” due to debts.
The director of the company, Vedran Mitrović, recently resigned, emphasizing that he did it under the pressure and threats of the mayor, which Draško Stanivuković denied.
The City Administration of Banja Luka said that the practice of transparent work will continue.
„In addition to employee data, spending data will be released soon public money, so that citizens know how and what their money is spent on. We note that technical matters, when it comes to this data, will be supplemented and corrected in the coming period, so that citizens have the simplest possible insight into this data.“, Said the City Administration.
CAPITAL: Dejan Tovilović
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