Promoting more responsible and dedicated civil service
Toward the realization of a fair society based on open, competitive, and balanced personnel policies
MOIS oversees personnel administration policy and promotes diversity and transparency in the recruitment process
In order to ensure good representation of the society in the civil service, various types of recruitment are conducted through open competition for career civil service, grade 5 (mid managerial level) recruitment for private sector experts, special recruitment for disabled persons, low income groups, as well as regional recruitment upon recommendation.
To make the civil service more competitive, capacity assessment, currently conducted for Director-Generals, will be implemented on Director-level civil servants. Also, mandatory quota for Director-level recruitment from the private sector will be introduced.
Promotion of the welfare of civil servants
Our Ministry coordinate various policies to ensure the welfare of civil servants.
Education and training programs for self-development (domestic and overseas training, cyber education, etc.)
Supporting work and life balance by creating a family-friendly working environment through expanded provision of childcare facilities and flexible working hours.
Programs and social activities for post-retirement.
Fostering a trustworthy civil service
Our Ministry administers personal asset registration for Director-level officials and disclosure of personal asset for senior officials (above Director-level).
Also, we take various measures to promote civil service ethics with inspections and monitoring on receiving bribes and strict reviews for post-public employment.