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CPC stresses human resources management

(Xinhua)

09:09, September 27, 2012

BEIJING, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- The General Office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has called for efforts to improve the Party's human resources management work and to create a large, high-quality talent pool for the country.

Party organizations should be the key leadership in human resources management, ensuring that the Party's relevant policies are completely implemented, the office said in a circular published Wednesday.

Efforts should be made to create an environment where capable people can stand out and their talents can be best utilized, the circular said.

The Party's management work in the human resources field should be focused on significant issues, including planning the talent development strategy, formulating and implementing major human resources policies, coordinating relevant forces in this regard and providing better services for talents, the circular said.

Furthermore, while managing human resources, Party organizations should act within their power limits and refrain from meddling in the work of other departments, the document said.

The circular also called on Party organizations to follow the objective laws for talent development in their work and respect the market's role in the optimization of human resources.

The circular called on government departments in charge of human resources and social security work to take an aggressive role in formulating human resources policies, building a service system for talents and fostering and promoting the human resources market.

Employers should follow relevant Party policies and pay attention to the construction, enrichment and use of their talent pools, the circular said.


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