MARIGOT: Following the publication by the Territorial Audit Office (CTC) of the observation report on the accounts and management of the budget of the Territorial Fund for School Works, the President and the Director of the CTOS, Pascale Laborde and Bryan Kenroy, held a press conference to present the decisions taken by the Board of Directors.
The most important decisions were taken at the level of human resources, whose “management” was described as “difficult” by the CTC. Today, the CTOS has 213 agents, all functions included, and three years ago, it had some 280. In accordance with the CTC’s recommendations, the new board of directors has frozen new recruitments and has not replaced retiring staff.
In its report, the CTC denounces this “persistent overstaffing” which has weighed on personnel costs, which have increased by 15% over three years, “i.e., an annual expense of 1.3 million euros more in 2017 than in 2014.
The decrease in staff numbers has allowed CTOS to regularize the payment of allowances and other bonuses due to regular agents. “1.6 million euros was to be paid and we still have 450,000 euros to pay,” says the director.
In addition, CTOS installed a CAP, a joint administrative commission, in February of this year. Job descriptions were drawn up for all staff in September of this year. “The draft organizational chart and the social balance sheet will be presented to the technical committee in mid-December 2022,” the president announced.
The next task of the CTOS will be the reconstitution of the careers of the personnel.