Sci & Tech

Government Offers New Incentive to Knowledge-Based Firms’ Employees

To spur economic growth and employ the brightest cream of the crop, the government has begun the trial run of a scheme which allows key members of knowledge-based companies to spend their military services at such firms instead of military bases
Government Offers New Incentive to Knowledge-Based Firms’ EmployeesGovernment Offers New Incentive to Knowledge-Based Firms’ Employees
Human capital is the principal pillar of knowledge-based firms, and as Iran is striving to curb its reliance on oil industries through boosting knowledge-based companies, the government is moving ahead with a plan to provide employees of such enterprises

A trial run of a government project is being conducted as per an agreement introduced jointly by the Vice Presidential Office for Science and Technology and the office of the General Staff of the Armed Forces which enables skilled individuals working as key members of knowledge-based firms to spend their compulsory military service at their respective companies.
During a press conference titled Military Service Incentives for Knowledge-Based Company Employees held in Tehran on Sunday, Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari discussed the scheme in detail, reported ISNA.


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