This study focuses on part-time work, one of the most attracting rules related to flexible working in public sector. We seek to find ways to link between part-time contingent public employees and replacement worker on childcare leave users in public sector in terms of four fitness levels: job type fitness, capability fitness, time divide fitness, divided accountability fitness.
The results of the study are as follows. First, both personnel staff and public servants sympathize the need of introducing and expanding part-time temporary public servants. At the same time, Most of them estimate it is impossible that part-time contingent public employees apply to all position. Second, there is an negative perception to using part-time contingent public employees at the managerial position. the possibility of utilizing part-time contingent public servants at the practitioner positions vary according to tasks done. Third, at the perspective of capability fitness level, jobs such as collecting simple information, administering documents and communicating customers show higher fitness level to part-time contingent public worker. Meantime, jobs like demanding the capability of preparing strategic alternative plan and the capability of coordinating relevant departments indicate lower fitness levels. Fourth, at the view of fitness levels in time divide, jobs of daily and patterned administration support and jobs of operating shift system are more relevant to part-time contingent public servants. But, jobs of handling time pressure business, requiring very frequent report, working regular overtime, and dealing project-based tasks are less relevant to part-time contingent public servants. Fifth, at the perspective of fitness level in divided accountability, jobs in focusing on professional behavior norms and values show lower fitness level to part-time contingent public employees. (The rest is omitted)
공공부문 시간제근무와 육아휴직에 따른 대체인력 활용과의 연계방안(The study on exploring the link between part-time work and replacement worker in public sector)
|Series Title; No||2012 연구보고서 / 23|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Employment
Social Development < Gender
|Holding||한국여성정책연구원; KDI 국제정책대학원|