Thoughts about the Recruitment Tests in the Planned Settlement of Demobilized Military Officers Based on the Theory of Justice of John Rawls
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- settlement of demobilized military officers, recruitment tests, Rawls Theory of Justice, strategy.
The recruitment tests in the planned settlement of demobilized military officers will be researched in this paper. The method of questionnaire is adopted. Based on the questionnaire results and the perspective of John Rawls' Theory of Justice, some problems on recruitment tests of settlement plan are analyzed, including the recruitment standards are not orderly enough; lax supervision in entering? the settlement system; the information is not open enough; methods and contents of the tests need improving; the examiner team is not qualified enough; too many restrictions in settlement places. Then this paper will put forward strategies how to improve the recruitment tests in the settlement of demobilized military officers. That is, to set up a unified standard of the recruitment tests gradually; to stick to the principle that "whoever can not enter without tests?; to publicize relevant information in a deeper way; to enrich the testing methods and contents; to make further efforts in establishing qualified examiner team and to eliminate restrictions on locations of settlement gradually. At last, it is concluded that the settlement of demobilized military officers will be well settled with strong measures.
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TY - CONF AU - Xue Bo AU - Xue Yan AU - Li Yongkang PY - 2012/08 DA - 2012/08 TI - Thoughts about the Recruitment Tests in the Planned Settlement of Demobilized Military Officers Based on the Theory of Justice of John Rawls BT - Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Public Management (ICPM 2012) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 148 EP - 155 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpm.2012.45 DO - 10.2991/icpm.2012.45 ID - Bo2012/08 ER -