Making the civil service more open and accessible to wider audience
To ensure globally competitive civil service, we continue to enhance and diversify the framework for attracting the best and most qualified candidates into the civil service. This means we expand our recruitment targets to experienced talented workers from the private sector.
Promoting exchanges with the private sector
Valuing the difference between public and private sectors, we encourage the civil service and the private sector to engage in greater exchanges to learn from each other's best practices and experiences.
Fostering experts for public service excellence
In order to build expertise and competencies among public officials, we adopt human resource planning aimed at ensuring job continuity and security in public office.
Recognizing the best of the best
To recognize and reward exceptional performance, we offer a variety of incentive schemes including special promotions and merit-based pay.
Balancing between work and life
Work-life balance improves not only the well-being of individuals but also enhances the productivity and effectiveness of the civil service. Hence, we are committed to take innovative approaches to HRM focused on providing a sound system for balancing work and life for the civil service members.
Supporting the life after retirement
With longer life expectancy, we understand the importance of ensuring the life after retirement of civil servants to be rewarding and comfortable by making use of their expertise.
With aging society as an inevitable and imminent phenomenon in Korean society, our priority is to reform the civil service pension system to ensure sustainability of the pension system and ease the burden on our future generations.