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고용정책 다변화 추진과제별 공공기관의 인력관리 현황과 방향(Human resource management in public institutions: Social responsibilities and emerging issues)

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  • 고용정책 다변화 추진과제별 공공기관의 인력관리 현황과 방향(Human resource management in public institutions: Social responsibilities and emerging issues)
  • 박한준; 라영재; 조윤직
  • 한국조세연구원


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Title 고용정책 다변화 추진과제별 공공기관의 인력관리 현황과 방향(Human resource management in public institutions: Social responsibilities and emerging issues)
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Author(Korean)

박한준; 라영재; 조윤직

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서울:한국조세연구원

Date 2012-12
Pages 227
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Holding 한국조세연구원

Abstract

While the repeated global financial and economic crisis increased the uncertainty of business environment, the labor market continued to tighten and the unemployment has become the most serious social problem. To create more jobs for youth and improve working conditions for female workers, the Korean government has recently pressed public institutions to adopt three major initiatives: internship, high school graduate recruitment, and flexible workplace.
This paper examined how such initiatives have been introduced and measured how public institution workers perceived the utility and limitation of each initiative. The policy implications identified in this study can be summarized as follows.
First, the intern workforce often placed complaints about the difficulties of translation into a full-time position. Since the size of new recruits is limited, the translation into a full-timer is hardly possible to public institution interns. In addition, the irregularities of task assignments also caused complaints and conflicts in their performance evaluation. These indicated that public institutions have recruited and managed the youth interns without any personnel planning. (The rest omitted)