Prayitno, EkoBudi (1900) Evaluating Promotion Policy for Non-Permanent Employees to be Civil Servants: A case of Temanggung, Indonesia. Magister thesis, Universitas Brawijaya.

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This study is designed to describe and analyze implementation of Government Regulation Number 48 Year 2005 on Promotion of Non-Permanent Employee to be Civil Servant in Temanggung Regency, Indonesia. regulation was issued to appreciate dedication of non-permanent employees who have worked for government organizations at least one year in December 1, 2005. promotion process had been implemented since 2005-2009 and it was prioritized for teachers, paramedics, agricultural extensions, and technical staffs. This research employs qualitative method. For data collection, researcher conducted field work and used multiple sources. In this respect, in dept interview was conducted and various data in forms of documents, regulations, etc. were collected. research results show that implementation of Government Regulation Number 48 Year 2005 generated several problems both in Local and central government such as dichotomy definition of non-permanent employee into first and second categories of non-permanent employees. first category had guarantee to be promoted to be civil servant but not for second one. In case of Temanggung, up to now, all of second category could not be promoted to be civil servant. Based on analysis, it can be concluded that Government Regulation Number 48 Year 2005 was not consistent with Act Number 8 Year 1974 on Public Personnel Principles. In addition, implementation of Regulation Number 48 Year 2005 caused several negative impacts such as huge number of civil servant and becoming additional budget burden for government. Referring to its inconsistence and negative impacts raised, researcher pointed out that it is no chance for such Government Regulation to be fur r implemented. Based on empirical findings, researcher provides recommendations such as: in terms of recruitment of civil servant, Indonesian Government should apply principles of good governance and merit as well as avoid political interest. Moreover, in order to recruit qualified civil servants, government has to arrange demand of civil servants based on job analysis, organization needs, and financial ability.

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Item Type: Thesis (Magister)
Identification Number: TES/650.14/PRA/e/041205653
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 650 Management and auxiliary services > 650.1 Personal success in business
Depositing User: Endro Setyobudi
URI: http://repository.ub.ac.id/id/eprint/159124
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