The implementation of the civil service law and a future merit system : [presentation given February 29, 2012]

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dc.contributor.advisor Bowen, Brian
dc.contributor.advisor Tahiri, Edita Sinani-Lulaj, Majlinde 2012-03-07T22:11:26Z 2012-03-07T22:11:26Z 2012-03-07
dc.description.abstract This Capstone Project addresses the significant challenge of improving the Law on Civil Service (LCS) in Kosovo. It provides an analysis of the current state of the civil service and level of implementation of the LCS. The project analysis was based on surveys, published reports, and professional assessments. Job descriptions, classification of job positions, and performance evaluation, as important components of merit system are elaborated and highlighted. The LCS sets the rules for overall management, organization, rights, obligations, career progression and professional development of civil servants. With the 2010 enactment of the LCS there was a dramatic reduction of over 60 % of the total number of civil servants from the Government payroll list. This reduction was a direct result of the recategorization of civil service which excludes education, medical and uniformed personnel. Even though the number of civil servants has reduced, there remains roughly the same number of job titles on the payroll list ... This is one of a number of irregularities not appearing to comply with the LCS. This Capstone Project has five major recommendations: 1. There should be wide spread political support and courage for implementation of meritocracy in civil service. 2. There must be an accurate classification of job positions and therefore ensure a proper and accurate allocated budget. 3. It is essential to have a comprehensive review in job descriptions and reduction of job position titles. 4. Civil service career promotion and motivation should be based on revised evaluations and a clear merit based system. 5. Promoting through merit system. en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Chapter 1. Kosovo civil service background (problem background) -- Chapter 2. The current situation in Kosovo's civil service according to surveys -- Chapter 3. Civil service concepts--definition of civil service in Kosovo -- Chapter 4. Three important laws in overall structure of public administration -- Chapter 5. Important component for implementation of LCS -- Chapter 6. Comparative case studies -- Chapter 7. Conclusions and recommendations. en_US
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dc.subject Civil service--Kosovo (Republic) en_US
dc.subject Civil service--Ethics--Kosovo (Republic) en_US
dc.subject Civil service reform--Kosovo (Republic) en_US
dc.title The implementation of the civil service law and a future merit system : [presentation given February 29, 2012] en_US
dc.type Capstone Project en_US
dc.description.defense 2012-02-29 College of Applied Science and Technology en_US
dc.description.extent 70 p. : col. ill. + 1 PowerPoint presentation en_US
dc.description.department American University in Kosovo en_US
dc.description.approval 2012-02-29
dc.contributor.advisorChair Bowen, Brian

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