HCMC mulls personnel issues

Ho Chi Minh City needs to improve its policies for nurturing civil servants and human resources, Ho Duc Viet, Politburo member, Central Party Committee Secretary, and head of the Central Organization Commission, has said.

Mr. Ho Duc Viet,  Politburo member, Central Party Committee Secretary, and head of the Party Central Organization Commission

He was speaking at a meeting on December 11 with city Party Committee Secretary Le Thanh Hai and other committee members to review the city’s implementation of “the strategy on civil servant development in the country’s era of industrialization and modernization” in the last 10 years.

Appreciating the city’s achievements, Mr. Viet said it should continue to enhance the capabilities of its civil servants.

The requirements for each position should be spelled out while recruitment should be made more competitive, he said. He also urged the members to draft policies to attract talent.

He agreed with them that training courses needed to be organized annually for personnel managers to keep them abreast new concepts and enhance their knowledge.

He greenlighted a proposal that all districts should have one more Party deputy secretary to assist the secretary with personnel issues.

He also announced the Politburo's decision on appointing Ms. Huynh Thi Nhan, 56, as Deputy Secretary of the city Party Committee, in charge of building and organizing Party units.

By Tuan Son – Translated by Vinh Tho

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