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URN etd-0812111-211802
Author Tang-Yi Huang
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2010
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A study of the performance appraisal system of ROC’s civil servant:
A culture-historical perspective
Date of Defense 2011-07-26
Page Count 142
Keyword
  • Examination Yuan
  • civil servant
  • performance appraisal system
  • performance management
  • Abstract The civil servant are those who work for government by laws and get official salary. To improve the efficiency and honesty of the civil servant, the government should evaluate their performances and results, and conduct the following personnel affairs according to that. In order to improve the effect of the performance appraisal system, the Examination Yuan tried to revise the Law of Performance Appraisal of Civil Servant based on the modern management system. However, this caused dissenting view and objection from most of the civil servant.
      As a matter of fact, we already had the system of performance appraisal on officials since Tang-Yu dynasty and it kept changing and revising through dynasties. In spite the republic government closed the agelong emperor reigning system, the management of the huge bureaucrat body still inherit the way used before, not breaking down from this changing. Therefore, when the Examination Yuan, just considering the effect of performance appraisal, changed the performance appraisal system directly without thinking about the historical and cultural nature of existing way, it can’t avoid the questioning and opposing from the civil servant.
      Therefore, this study, from the viewpoint of the historical and cultural nature, researches the sameness and differences of performance appraisal system between current and ancient times, with which it further compares the outlook and method of performance management. In the final part, it discusses the meaning of the existence of performance appraisal system of the civil servant.
    Advisory Committee
  • Rhonda, Li-Fang Chou - chair
  • Shyhjer Chen - co-chair
  • Chin-Kang Jen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2011-08-12

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