This study is to examine the receptivity of public servants to public personnel reform based on the comparative study of public personnel reform and government reform. It is said that government reform is highly related with public personnel reform.
As for the meaning of receptivity of public servants to
public personnel reform, public servants should adapt to the government reform and public personnel reform and incorporate them into the agency's operations. without support of public servants, public personnel reform including government reform cannot be achieved.
For this report, the receptivity of public personnel reform can be measured as expectation of changing public service resulting from public personnel reform. This kind of measurement intended to avoid bias that the respondent will give the answer what survey planner exactly expects.
Correlation and regression analysis was employed to conduct this study using 360 samples collected by random sampling method. First of all, receptivity to public personnel reform and job satisfaction was examined. Job satisfaction was divided into external satisfaction and internal satisfaction.
Empirical results of this report show that internal satisfaction is positively related with receptivity to public personnel reform. the relationship among receptivity to government reform, job satisfaction, and receptivity to public personnel reform is also investigated. Receptivity to government reform
is composed of two factors: passive receptivity and active receptivity. Passive receptivity to government is positively associated with job satisfaction and receptivity to public personnel reform. Regarding public service motivation (PSM) and receptivity to public service reform, attraction to public policy making and commitment to the public interest, compassion are positively associated with receptivity to public personnel reform. finally, the factors influencing the success of public personnel reform are examined using regression analysis. The following factors such as job satisfaction,
receptivity to public service reform, public service motivation, and receptivity to government reform turn out to be statistically significant.
Based on empirical results of this study, there are a couple of policy implications. In terms of empirical results, success of public personnel reform is dependent upon supports of public servants called receptivity of public personnel reform. This means that success of public personnel reform require
their support. Supports of public servants can be enhanced through public service motivation (PSM) and job satisfaction.
Reducing resistance of public personnel reform require enhanced public service motivation and job satisfaction, causing to fomulate positive response to public personnel reform. To obtain supports of public servants through PSM and job satisfaction need to strengthen education and training.
주요국가의 인사제도개혁 비교 분석(A comparative study for personnel reform of developed state: focusing on receptivity of public servants)
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서울 : 한국행정연구원
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Government and Law < Public Administration|