The enhancement of civilian military employees system for improving the reserve forces management efficiency in Korean military

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37944/jams.v5i1.136

Keywords:

civilian military employees in reserve forces management, Act on the Management of Civilian Military Employees, multiple personnel rank systems, personnel management practice, job education and training program

Abstract

The importance of reserve forces is increasing owing to changes in the security environment, such as the promotion of Defense Reform 2.0 and a sharp decrease in military service resources, however, questions are raised as to whether the current system of reserve forces management civilian military employees has appropriate efficiency. As a result of the study, a plan to improve its efficiency was suggested that it is necessary to adjust reserve forces management civilian military employees in a series of multilevel class and to redesign the personnel management system. The measures proposed in the study are required to be promoted for the future trend of development of unit structure and manpower structure of reserve forces units, equity with general civilian military employees. In addition, it should be promoted by comprehensively considering the possibility of meeting the budget. In the follow-up study, if future research is conducted on the role of policy departments to optimize personnel management of reserve forces management civilian military employees and ways to form public consensus essential for system improvement, a comprehensive framework will be established.

Author Biography

Yonggu Kang, Korea National Defense University

* (First Author) Korea National Defense University, Researcher in charge at Reserve Forces Center, Doctor of Military Science and Art, [email protected], https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9032-1662

reserve forces management

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Published

2022-04-30

How to Cite

Kang, Y. (2022). The enhancement of civilian military employees system for improving the reserve forces management efficiency in Korean military. Journal of Advances in Military Studies, 5(1), 49-77. https://doi.org/10.37944/jams.v5i1.136