;A Study on the System of Public Servants Secondment
By LI, LU-SYUAN
Advisor: Dr. CHANG, TUNG-JUI
Graduate Institute: INSTITUTE OF LAW AND GOVERNMENT
Degree: MASTER OF LAWS
In the era of globalization, with the rapid development of economy and society, the government provision of public services the growing needs of the people, governments are also actively seeking to enhance administrative efficiency in order to increase the sense of the people′s trust in government, and in order to be able to flexibly due to business or government agency needs to be enforceable, they develop a lot of flexibility for public human resource management and utilization of the way.
Flexible management methods of public human are variety, covered the transfer, secondment, dispatch, part-time, shift dial, support, and so forth. What are the differences in these parties is human resource management or the law? What are the pros and cons of each? Such flexible management approach and what impact will the Public Service? Why and where disputes derived? This article is intended to be seconded system mainly due to a temporary change by such public servants serving agencies, but do not change the legal relationship between the flexible management of their way and their own bodies, through which a flexible management of personnel management more intense color behavior, flexible management features are analyzed and the legal issues arising from the dispute and want to lend out the above analysis and the use of official government employment elasticity of human manner, will produce what kind of malpractice in the course of its operation,? what the impact on personnel of public service right and merit of professional performance ? And to compare the secondment system with the European Union and the United States , looking to learn from the system, and to analyzed whether the amending suggestions are worthy of learing for Taiwan? Hereby will be discussed in this article.
Keywords: Human resource management, manpower flexibility management of public servants, secondment, transfer, dial-shift, part-time, merit of professional performance, Public service right.