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China moves to reform personnel management in public institutions

(Xinhua)

08:16, November 25, 2011

BEIJING, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- China on Thursday started to solicit public input for a regulation that will change the way personnel management is conducted in the country's public institutions.

Posted on the official website of the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council, the draft regulation stresses efforts to streamline the recruitment and evaluation of personnel in public institutions in a more transparent and efficient manner.

According to the draft rules, posts in public institutions will be filled through open recruitment from the outside, while selection from the inside will be based on merit and competition.

The work of employees of public institutions will be evaluated according to surveys of those served by the employees, the draft said.

Promotions and raises for employees will be handed out according to the employees' moral standing, professional skills and work achievements, according to the draft.

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