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CPC stresses human resources management (2)

(Xinhua)

09:09, September 27, 2012

Moreover, the circular urged deepening the reform of the official and cadre selection systems as well as the reform of the personnel system in the country's state-owned enterprises and government-sponsored institutions.

The circular also encouraged greater commitment to the country's social organizations and non-Communist forces in providing services for talents.

Moreover, to make innovations in human resources management, the circular urged the construction of a scientific decision-making mechanism in this field.

Decision-makers should listen to public opinion and expertise on major issues that matter to comprehensive economic and social development, and important human resources policies and measures should be in line with other relevant policies and measures, the circular said.

Work to promote talent development should be coordinated with economic and social development, and high-level and high-caliber personnel should be key in efforts to build talent pools, it said.

The circular further ordered more efforts supporting the building of talent pools in the country's rural, ethnic, remote and impoverished regions, adding that talented people should be encouraged to work in such regions.

Moreover, fostering domestic talent and recruiting overseas wisdom should both be promoted, the circular said.

People with different talents should be properly trained, evaluated and stimulated in accordance with their different characteristics to bring out their best.

The circular also encouraged the utilization of modern technological measures, such as the Internet and information technology, in human resources management.

In addition, the circular pledged more personnel investment, funding and preferential policies for human resources management work.

Society should provide an environment where the public respects and learns from capable people, where innovation will be encouraged and failure can be tolerated and where talents can be treated well and compete in a fair and transparent manner, the circular said.

The circular further vowed a favorable legal environment for talent development.


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