Study on Relationship Between Individual Work Value and Work Performance of Civil Servants-Based on the Research in China

Bin WANG, Lei HUANG

Abstract


Civil servants are the key power to government’s development and social demands. However, present large amount of researches on public HR management mainly study from macro fields such as policy, education and team setup, the study of civil servants’ inner factors and outer work performance is comparatively much less, while the demonstrative study is the least. This paper proposes research hypothesis of civil servants’ work value and work performance on the basis of literature review; with the design of questionnaire, statistics analysis and research, finds the influencing factors and reasons why individual work value affects work performance; gets the specific influencing degree the parameters affect work performance. On the basis of demonstrative study, this paper proposes applicable methods and suggestions for civil servants’ work value on individual work performance management in administration departments, suggestions especially for HR management, screening and selection, stimulating, training and development.

Key words: Civil servant; Work value; Work performance


Keywords


Civil servant; Work value; Work performance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720130902.5110

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