SOCIO-ECONOMIC APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT WITHIN MEXICAN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS

Abstract : The Unit of Human Resources Policy is a department of the Federal Government Ministry of Public Administration. It sets up and implements public policies on human resources for 282 institutions counting more than one million public employees. The unit is composed of a director of general offices and five general directors. In 2010, the unit suffered a severe downsizing, with a decrease in the number of employees from 128 to 88. Moreover, the remaining public servants were kept far from their duties, assigned to other areas of the ministry. This change had a widespread, negative impact, causing a lack of integration of the entire administrative and operational staff. It also resulted in a decrease in its attraction to the general public, resulting in a poor external image of the unit.
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Véronique Zardet, Raúl Arceo Alonzon, Martha Fernández Rubalcaba. SOCIO-ECONOMIC APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT WITHIN MEXICAN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS. Facilitating the Socio-Economic Approach to Management - Results of the first SEAM Conference in North America, IAP Age Publishing (USA), pp.28, 2014. ⟨hal-00984300⟩

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