In the regional Cadastre agencies in Albania, a "reformation" of employees has started, from managers to field specialists. While Prime Minister Edi Rama, calling for additional employment in this institution, has repeated several times that: "Cadastre is a bank and it needs bankers and not bankers!"
But it seems that the director of the Cadastre, Kiara Haskaj, needs to be 'reformed', which suits Rama's term as "barista" best.
After suspending the annual permits for employees in the Directorate of the State Cadastre Agency in Tirana-North, Kiara Haskaj has also suspended the medical reports of the staff. She has requested the verification of medical reports with the argument that she has found an increase in reports of work incapacity in the last two months.
We do not doubt that there may be abuses for other people, but to ask for the suspension of medical reports is inhumane, since an employee who is really sick will be forced to go to work risking his health.
Meanwhile, sources for VoxNews say that the new director has also brought an uncomfortable work situation to the institution due to her temperament that only screams in the offices.
Kiara Haskaj, from a simple specialist at ASHK, was appointed director, after the departure of Mariglen Disha, who was elected mayor of Librazhd Municipality.