U. Khusainov

On Selecting State Service Employees

2016. No. 3. P. 139–147 [issue contents]
The paper shows the relevance of personnel policy for state to develop democratic reforms on the exampleof the Republic of Uzbekistan. The analysis concerns the preparation of the employees for stateservice in western countries, identifies the features of common trends across the world as to selectingand appointing state service employees, examines the state service legislation and practice of the developedcountries such as the UK. Germany, Spain, the US and Japan, identifies two majour westernapproaches to preparing state service staff — Anglo-Saxon and French. The paper shows that the principleof competitive choice is typical of democratic countries. The countries establish specialized state bodies dealing with the selection of candidates for state civil service. The legal status of such bodies isrelatively independent within the state body system. Such measures promote to unbiased selection ofstate service personnel. The results of the research show that 1) most states the choice of state serviceemployees is performed and controlled by independent bodies; 2) during training management staffshould acquire not only theoretical background but practical skills; 3)to select highly qualified and perspectivestaff, it is recommended to establish independent competition commissions; 4) the mechanismof selecting personnel should include the criteria of moral, ethical and patriotic aptitude; 5) educationalorganizations should have educational programs targeting the preparation of specialists to operate theactivity of staff and establish the practice of employment after completing such a course.
Citation: Khusainov U. (2016) Nekotorye voprosy otbora kadrov na gosudarstvennuyu sluzhbu [On Selecting State Service Employees]. Pravo. Zhurnal Vysshey shkoly ekonomiki, no 3, pp. 139-147 (in Russian)
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