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The inauguration ceremony of third Minister of the Ministry of Personnel Management Kim Pan-suk was held on July 12,2017
Foster more experts We create an environment where public officials can work in one position for a long time to enhance their expertise. ...
Make the civil service more open and accessible To encourage change in public service and improve its competitiveness ...
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Open Public Call for the Position of International Officer for the Ministry of Personnel Management, South Korea
The Government of the Republic of Korea (Ministry of Personnel Management) is announcing this public call to fill the position of International cooperation officer for the Ministry of Personnel Management, South Korea, and encourages talented professionals to apply.
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Policies implemented to ensure work-family balance of public officials
Policies implemented to ensure work-family balance of public officials (Mar. 13, 2017)
The Ministry of Personnel Management on March 13 revised State Public Officials Service Regulations to promote the culture of ensuring work-family balance of civil servants.
The revised Regulations limit pregnant public officials from working in night-time and holidays and introduce childcare leaves granted to look after under-aged children. Male public officials are also encouraged to take childbirth leaves and allowed to use certain working hours for childcare.
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President Moon meets with U.S. Senate subcommittee
President Moon Jae-in holds talks with a delegation from the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs, at Cheong Wa Dae on Aug. 21. By Sohn JiAe Photos = Cheong Wa Dae ...2017-08-22
President Moon meets with Korean, Japanese lawmakers
President Moon Jae-in (fourth from left) meets with Korean and Japanese members of the Japan–Korea Parliamentarians' Union, at Cheong Wa Dae on Aug. 21. By Yoon Sojung Photos = Cheong Wa Dae ...2017-08-22