U.S. Federal GS Civil Service Pay Systems and Its Enlightenment to P.R.C.
- Li Yongkang, Sun Weiyan, Bai Yang, Wang Xiaofen
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- Li Yongkang
Available Online August 2012.
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- U.S. Federal General Schedule(GS) Civil Services, Pay Systems, Legal System, Market-oriented, Flexible.
- As an extremely important part of civil service, the pay systems of civil servants provide basic life guarantee for civil servants. The method of literature and comparative analysis are adopted in this paper. Some viewpoints are put forward on U.S. federal General Schedule (GS) civil services pay systems. Firstly, they here have a wide scope, and include salary, allowances, bonuses, benefits, insurance; Secondly, their six characteristics are analyzed, including complete legal systems, rational position classification system, pay for performance, equity, flexible pay system, market-oriented; Thirdly, they supply six enlightenments to the pay systems reform of Chinese civil services below department or bureau level and non-leadership, including the acceleration of the pay systems legal construction, the improvement of the civil service position classification management system, the optimization of the civil services pay systems, the reform of the assessment methods of civil service, the introduction of flexible pay system, the establishment of market-oriented pay model. At last, it is concluded that a new road can be created to improve Chinese civil service pay system through absorbing the advanced experiments of other country according to Chinese actual situation.
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TY - CONF AU - Li Yongkang AU - Sun Weiyan AU - Bai Yang AU - Wang Xiaofen PY - 2012/08 DA - 2012/08 TI - U.S. Federal GS Civil Service Pay Systems and Its Enlightenment to P.R.C. BT - Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Public Management (ICPM-2012) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 70 EP - 78 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpm.2012.46 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpm.2012.46 ID - Yongkang2012/08 ER -