The Management of Senior Civil Servants in Korea Finance and Economy


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The Management of Senior Civil Servants in Korea


Finance and Economy

  • Finance and Economy

  • Education and Human Resources Development

  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

  • National Defense

  • Culture and Tourism

  • Commerce, Industry and Energy

  • Health and Welfare

  • Labor

  • Maritime Affairs and Fisheries



The Civil Service Commission & The Ministry of Government Administration & Home Affairs

  • The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is a central agency to formulate personnel policy of the administration

  • Composed of a chairperson and 4 commissioners

  • * Established in May 24, 1999



Career vs. Non-career civil service

  • Career vs. Non-career civil service

  • - 1.7% of all civil servants are non-career

  • services (as of December 31, 2001)

  • Merit system vs. Spoils system

  • Rank system vs. Job classification system

  • - Generalist vs. Specialist

  • Closed system vs. Open system



Career Service

  • Career Service

    • General Service: Grade1-9, 18 OG, 75 Series
    • Specific Service: Judges, Prosecutors, Police, Educational,Diplomatic, Military Service, etc.
    • Technical Service: simple, technical work (Grade 1-10)
  • Non-Career Service

    • Political Service: Ministers, Vice-ministers, elected officials
    • Excepted Service: No permanent job status; personal secretaries, etc.
    • Contracted Service: professionals, scientists…..


Total Number of Civil Servants 868,120

  • Total Number of Civil Servants 868,120

  • Total Population: 45,985,289 (in 2000) 53 : 1



Total:548,003 as of December 31, 2001

  • Total:548,003 as of December 31, 2001

  • * Core workforce  General Service (90,610)





Open/Competitive Entrance Examination

  • Open/Competitive Entrance Examination

    • Exam for Grade 5 (Senior Civil Service Exam)
    • Exam for Grade 7
    • Exam for Grade 9 (Entry Level Exam)
  • Non-competitive selection examination

    • To prevent a backdoor entrance by political or personal patronage, the National Civil Service Act prescribes twelve cases in which non-competitive recruitment and selection is allowed.




Promotion to Grades 4-8

  • Promotion to Grades 4-8

    • Performance evaluation(50%)
    • Seniority(length of service) (30%)
    • Training results(20%)
    • - Eligibility list for each class (same grade, same
    • occupational series) is compiled twice a year
    • Promotion to Grade 5
    • - Examination may be required in some ministries
  • Promotion to G3(DG) or Higher

    • Screened and recommended by the Promotion Review Committee/the Civil Service Commission
    • Performance, Abilities and Seniority










Financial Sector

  • Financial Sector

    • put an end to governmental control and enhance autonomy of financial institutions
    • 5 banks closed and 9 merged to larger ones ; 1 sold to foreign investors, 16 out of 30 merchant banks to be shut down
  • Labor Market

    • Labor, Management, Government - Tripartite Committee
    • established (reform through democratic consensus)
    • provide liquidity in the labor market through introduction of lay off and work dispatch system
    • expand social safety net
  • Corporate Sector

    • revamp corporate governance
    • major conglomerates to restructure and swap business lines and to stop financial cross-guarantees among subsidiaries






Job Posting

  • Vacant positions are posted publicly: media and government homepages(www.csc.go.kr)

  • Any eligible candidates are encouraged to apply for the posted position.

  • Applicants are screened and interviewed by the selection committee.

  • The best qualified person will be selected.



Other Reform Measures

  • Introduction of 360 degree evaluation

  • - Most agencies use it for various purposes

  • Promotion of Personnel Exchanges:

  • - Central agency to central agency

  • - National government to local authorities

  • - Local authorities to local authorities

  • - Public sector to private sector

  • Employment of foreign experts by contract in the field of education, scientific research, etc.



PRP (I): Annual Merit Incremental Program

  • PRP (I): Annual Merit Incremental Program

  • - Application : Director General and

  • Higher (Grades 1~3)

  • - Components of pay

    • fixed pay portion: minimum and maximum range for each grade, the amount of the pay for incumbents is calculated by their base monthly salary, quarterly bonus, and other allowances
    • variable pay portion: 4 categories of pay rate is decided by performance appraisal based on MBO
    • Performance pay rate:
      • Excellent: S grade(top 10%)  8% of performance standard amount in each grade
      • Outstanding: A grade(30%)  5%
      • Normal: B grade(50%)  3%
      • Unsatisfactory: C grade(10%)  0%


PRP (II): Performance Bonus Program

  • PRP (II): Performance Bonus Program

  • - Application : Director(grade 3 or 4) level and lower

  • - Form of payment : a lump-sum bonus

  • - Bonus amount

  • Bonuses are calculated by multiplying standard

  • basic salary by the performance bonus rate

  • - Performance Bonus Rate:

    • Excellent (top 10%)  110% of standard basic salary
    • Outstanding (30%)  80%
    • Normal (50%)  40%
    • Unsatisfactory(10%) 0%


New Agenda: Senior Management Motive to Reform

  • Financial Crisis & IMF Bailout in 1997

  • Low World Competitiveness

  • High Rigidity (Closed System)

  • Lack of Leadership on the Top

  • Lack of Competency & Responsiveness

  • Necessity of Cultural Change: life-long job security and lack of performance management



Number of Senior Civil Servants

  • Grade 1: Assistant Minister Level: 201

  • Grade 2: Direct-General Level: 545

  • Grade 3: Direct-General Level: 514

  • HAVE ALREADY OPENED UP 20 PERCENT FOR OPEN COMPETITION

  • Excludes positions in the Office of the President, the Office of the Prime Minister, the National Intelligence Service, the Board of Audit and Inspection

  • Excludes positions of the Specific Service (military, police, fire service, and prosecutors) and fixed term positions



Number of Positions for Open Competition

  • 142 positions as of September 18, 2003

  • Filled 124 positions: 72: 28

    • 89 positions (71.8%) by internal recruitment
    • 35 positions (28.2%) by external recruitment (30 from the private sector; and 5 from other government agencies)


The “Average” OPS Characteristics

  • Age: 50 years old

  • Education: master’s degree (46%)

    • Doctoral degree (30%)
  • Employment: Career civil servants (62%)

    • Contact-based employment: 38%
  • Period of Employment: 2.1 years

  • (a term of no more than 5 years)

  • Gender: Male dominated

    • Women: only 4 persons (3.3%)


Positive Effects of OPS

  • - openness & responsiveness

  • - competition: global competitiveness

  • - stimulation (cultural change):

  • build up a performance culture

  • - improvement of expertise:

  • self-directed learning

  • capacity building



Problems

  • Could not recruit the best of the best: lack of attraction in terms of pay, benefits, and job security

  • Possibility of Political Influence

  • Low Representation of Women

  • Fragmented HRM System: needs more comprehensive system for executives



Korean Government’s Plan to Establish the SES/SCS

  • 2001: The Civil Service Commission considered to establish it, but failed to pursue

  • 2003: Establishment of the SES/SCS was included in the “HRM Reform Roadmap”  Became part of HRM reform agendas

  • President Roh (2003-2008) supports HRM reform



Current Situation: Too Fragmented

  • The management of senior civil servants has been improved in the last few years, but still fragmented and under-developed

  • The Civil Service Commission reviews their recruitment and promotion

  • Each ministry lacks autonomous personnel authority

  • MOGAHA handles MBO: Their pays are determined on the basis of the appraisal result of the management-by-objective (MBO)

  • CSC deals with PRP: This year’s annual pay =

  • previous year’s annual pay + performance-related pay +/- this year’s adjustment pay



Motives of Further Changes

  • Inbreeding: internally promoted workforce; lack of nation-wide perspective; lack of competitiveness

  • Fragmented management

  • Lack of strategic & systematic HRD

  • Poor performance management

  • Weak reward system

  • Needs to “make the managers manage!”

  • (to be “Change Agents!)



Issues for Further Development

  • Scope of Senior Management?

    • - Director-General or Higher or
    • - Director or Higher
  • * Whether to include: prosecutors,

  • policemen, and diplomats

  • Competencies: need to develop a new framework (personal qualities, leadership qualities & management competencies?)

  • Separate system from the mid- and lower-level civil servants?



Issues for Further Development—continued

  • Recruitment?

  • - by selection committees

  • - by assessment centers

  • - by entrance competitions

  • Appointment? Job Security?

  • - career

  • - renewable term

  • Performance Appraisal and Pay Scheme?

  • - performance plan or agreement

  • - performance-related remuneration pay

  • Training (management & leadership development)?



Issues for Further Development—continued

  • The role of CSC: integrated management of senior civil servants?

  • Personnel Autonomy:

  • Each Minister’s Interest vs.

  • Integration of the CSC

  • Mobility vs. Expertise

  • Potential Monopolization of Elites

  • Particularly from the Economy-Related

  • Ministries

  • Effects of the Spoils System



Implementation Plan

  • Minimization of Political Influence & Internal Resistance

  • Improvement of Performance Management and Provision of HRD Opportunities for SES/SCS Candidates

  • Devolution of Personnel Authority to Each Ministry: Deregulation of Personnel Authority for the Minister and the Establishment of HRM Department in the Ministry

  • Development of HRM Infrastructure: Job Analysis, Development of Competency Model, and Diversification of Recruitments…



Time Schedule

  • 2003: Launched a Research Project for Establishment of SES/SCS

  • 2003: Launched a Target Group’s Job Analysis of the Central Government

  • Early 2004: Development of the Basic Plan for Establishment of SES/SCS

  • Early 2004: Policy Hearing for the Establishment of SEC/SCS

  • Late 2004 or Early 2005: Revision of the National Civil Service Act



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