The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 24
Page No. 5880 - 5884

The Recruitment System for Civil Servants from the Perspective of Developing Organizational Capacity in Regional Government

Authors : Dikson Junus, Haedar Akib, Suratman and Heri Tahir

Abstract: This study aims to identify the process and the implementation of the recruitment system for Indonesian civil officials including the planning, position description and recruitment and selection systems. The factors affecting the process and implementation of the recruitment system for government civil servants in the local personnel (BKD) and education and training agency (DIKLAT) of the Gorontalo’s Regional government in Indonesia were studied. The research used the qualitative approach and the data were analyzed using a method called interactive model analysis. The results showed that in the planning process, proper steps in the system of position description, recruitment and the selection of indonesian civil officials have already been implemented according to the national regulations. However, at the level of regional government, appropriate procedures in the recruitment process for government civil servants have not been properly implemented. There is need for harmonization between the strategic policy and the implementation of policy. The main factors affecting the recruitment system were the economic factors associated with the Regional Government’s budget position and the various factors related to the political will of the head of the regional government.

How to cite this article:

Dikson Junus, Haedar Akib, Suratman and Heri Tahir, 2016. The Recruitment System for Civil Servants from the Perspective of Developing Organizational Capacity in Regional Government. The Social Sciences, 11: 5880-5884.

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