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|Title:||Management of human resources in public sector. Methods of evaluation, performance incentives and how they affect the effectiveness of employees.|
|Abstract:||This paper emphasizes on the significance of management of human resources in public sector and specifically the significance of methods of evaluation and performance incentives that motivate the employees and affect their effectiveness. There is a short historical reference of how the Human Resources Management has been progressed through the years and consequently there are analyzed the terms of effectiveness and evaluation of human resources. In addition there is a reference of motivation theories and techniques for the better perception of the theoretical background. Moreover the legislative framework that determine the evaluation and the motivation of the employees in the Greek public sector is presented. The method carried out in this work is quantitative primary research using a written questionnaire, which is listed in the Appendix. The questionnaire was completed by 90 employees of the Municipality of Pella and other public services within the geographical area of Pella. The first section includes demographic data of the sample such as gender, age, marital status, education level, staff position. The second section includes questions about the evaluation of employee performance and the third section questions about their motivation. Although the sample was small some trends were evident. Thus, through the analysis of the survey data, conclusions were drawn which show a negative attitude of employees towards evaluation in the way in which it is conducted at present. One of the reasons supplied is that they do not know the evaluation process in detail and are not satisfied with it. They consider that is important the education of evaluators, the discussion of the results of the evaluation and the use of them for their hierarchical progression. Sample participants seems to have positive attitude towards the evaluation of superiors by subordinates. In terms of motivation, particular emphasis is placed on training and on the possibility of personal development. Finally, an important motivation beyond the economical is the sense of self-esteem, the opportunity for them to help their fellow human beings and the security and permanence of work.|
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