Reform of Local Personnel Administration System in 14 Southern Border Provinces in Thailand

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  • Paranee Srikaew

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14 border provinces of Thailand, Reform of local personnel administration system, local administrative organization

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This research has the following objectives: 1) to study the reform system of local personnel administration system in 14 southern border provinces of Thailand; 2) to study the factors affecting the local personnel administration system in 14 southern border provinces in Thailand; and 3) to propose guidelines for effective reform of local personnel administration system in 14 southern border provinces of Thailand. Qualitative research with in-depth research techniques was employed to collect data from group of 28 professional data providers, i.e., high-level executives of the Ministry of the Interior and directly related agencies, executives and assistants of the local administrative organization, governors, and deputy governors. In addition, a focus group was held with total of 10 persons, including experts on reform management of local personnel administration system for public services of the local administrative organization, high-level executives of the Ministry of the Interior and directly related agencies, executives and assistants of the local administrative organization, governors, and deputy governors.

            It was found that the development guidelines for effectiveness with regard to the reform of local personnel administration system in 14 southern border provinces of Thailand had five components as follows:

  1. Reform of recruitment system
  2. Reform of selection and retainment system
  3. Reform of public services of the local administrative organization
  4. Reform of local personnel administration system in Thailand
  5. Reform of management of the local administrative organization

            For the development guidelines for effectiveness with regard to the reform of local personnel administration system in 14 southern border provinces of Thailand to be useful in the application, the consideration on appropriateness with the set objectives and goals must be in line with the current and future situation in order to provide fairly for all relevant parties in a sustainable manner thereafter.   

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