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|Other Titles:||A Feasibility Study of Dispatched Workforce in Place of Contract Staff in the Government|
So, Bennis Wai-Yip;Lin, Hsueh-Hsiang
dispatched workforce;government contract staff;government human resources;flexibilization;Kaohsiung city government
|Issue Date:||2014-12-09 16:15:40 (UTC+8)|
This is to study the feasibility of standing application of dispatched workforce to the government agencies in Taiwan, replacing the current contract staff system. It is tested in terms of four dimensions: cost, performance, administrative and legal, and it is further tested by a case, Kaohsiung city government. The findings show that the application of dispatched workforce to the government agencies is basically feasible in the four dimensions and superior to the current contract staff system in a certain degree. It is feasible to take over the tasks of contract staff who are engaged in non-core and professional affairs in the government. However, there are some technical problems in legal and administrative dimensions in the application. Hence, it is suggested that a specific legislation and more administrative codes to be issued would be desirable to regulate the application in order to avoid problems caused by the new system. To crack down corrupt practices and to further test the new system, it is suggested: 1) the government should set up a specific and transparent selection system of dispatched work agency; 2) the government should test the dispatched workforce by juxtaposing it with the current contract staff system before it is decided whether the latter should be replaced.
|Relation:||公共事務評論, 8(2), 67-95.|
|Appears in Collections:||[公共行政學系] 期刊論文|
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